When it comes to video games set in the sci-fi sea of darkness, it’s not always a central character that takes the spotlight of these interstellar ventures, but more than a few characters have stepped up through the ranks and made a name for themselves in gaming history.
Blizzard's name is an aptly-chosen one; this titanic game company is famous for its glacial development pace. New Blizzard projects usually have lengthy gaps between them, with release dates rarely getting mentioned until the product is finished and ready to ship. While it can be frustrating for fans to have to wait interminably long, this relaxed speed brings with it a creative atmosphere and quality games— as Shigeru Miyamoto so famously said, "A delayed game is eventually good. A bad game is bad forever." Overwatch marks the newest entry in the Blizzard library (and their first all-new intellectual property in over a decade), so let's take a moment to go back through the brightest points in the history of these legendary game-makers to better understand why their newest game garners such eager anticipation.
The PC game gurus at Blizzard are considering the idea of a new, real-time strategy entry of the Warcraft series after StarCraft II is complete.
Blizzard Entertainment is bringing back its big annual convention, BlizzCon, to Anaheim, CA this November. Read on to learn about when you can get your tickets.
Blizzard has announced the final expansion of the StarCraft II, Legacy of the Void.
The empress of the Zerg, Kerrigan, looks like she was pulled straight out of a Starcraft 2 cinematic with this amazing and detailed statue.
Let's start off this first Monday in Autumn with a wholly original cosplay concept. If you're a fan of both the Diablo and StarCraft series, then you'll want to see the Protoss Wizard in today's Cosplay of the Day!