Nine years ago, we saw the end of what everyone considers "Vanilla" World of Warcraft. Three years after the successful launch of World of Warcraft, Blizzard finally stepped in and released something that we all knew was inevitably going to happen—an expansion. Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness got the Beyond the Dark Portal expansion, Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos got The Frozen Throne expansion, and StarCraft got the Brood War expansion over the years; it would make sense that Blizzard's multi-million dollar journey into the massively multiplayer online role-playing game scene would have one as well. Little did we know that we'd be venturing into the Dark Portal one more time.
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You don't need that tin can do you? How about this crutch? You're not even injured! And come on, what's up with all these cheese wheels? Surely you're not going to eat all of those. There are a ton of games out there that are all about the loot, but "loot" can be a flexible term. There are quite a few games that have players digging through container after container and finding simple cloth or destroyed books with the occasional items that are actually valuable or purposeful. Nonetheless, when videogames have taught us to think that we just might need everything we come across, it's hard to resist temptation to just grab everything we see in every box.
Hurry and watch this 40-second-long teaser for the upcoming Warcraft film before Legendary ganks it.
Murkidan the Demon Hunter Murloc and all kinds of new goodies are inbound for World of Warcraft from BlizzCon 2015, the holidays and the Legion expansion.
Blizzard has announced its next expansion for Azeroth. It's time to welcome the Demon Hunters to World of Warcraft: Legion.
Blizzard has confirmed it will soon unveil the sixth expansion for World of Warcraft, and some Internet sleuths may have already figured it out.
Watch this Warcraft movie footage before Legendary gives it the King Terenas treatment.
After eight long months of debate, Blizzard Entertainment is finally going to let the champions of World of Warcraft fly their mounts in Draenor.
Blizzard Entertainment has banned over 100,000 users for using automated bots to play World of Warcraft for them, sending a clear message that cheating will not be condoned in Azeroth.
After a record-breaking resurgence of players for the release of Warlords of Draenor, World of Warcraft subscriptions heavily dropped last quarter.