Even though everyone is getting excited about Shadowlands patch 9.1.5, we're still looking at a few more months of running around Korthia doing daily quests and killing rares -- which is great!
In Tuesday's Queue column Dutrimi asked an excellent question: "What terrible secret do you hold about gaming?" My standard answer to this question when it's posed to me is that for all my time spent gaming, I'm way more mediocre at it than I should be, typically due to a combination of my impatience and lack of discipline to get better.
With The Wild Beyond the Witchlight in the rearview mirror, it's time to start looking forward to Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, due out in three weeks.
If you been hanging around here lately, you know that Diablo II: Resurrected came out two weeks ago and the critical reviews are largely favorable.
Hearthstone Mercenaries arrives in two weeks, and while we now have more information about what the game mode is going to be about, there's still some lingering questions about the monetization model for this ostensibly free-to-play mode.
The Wild Beyond the Witchlight is the latest adventure for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition to be published by Wizards of the Coast, and if you're a fan of tales set in a faerie realm then this one is for you.
On Thursday Planet Zoo announced that their latest expansion pack featuring North American animals will be arriving on October 4th, and front and center in the announcement was the beaver.
While our heroes in Shadowlands wait to learn more of the Jailer's plans, the citizens of Azeroth (and Theotar) continue to celebrate their annual festivities, with the Harvest Festival recently completed and Brewfest in full swing.
Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is coming, which means it's time for the next wave of Timewalking dungeons to arrive, with Legion being the latest expansion to receive the nostalgia treatment.
Shadowlands patch 9.1 added a good number of rares to Korthia and the Maw, but like the daily quests they're not all created equal.