Warcraft 3: Reforged developers talked to us about The Culling and how WoW affected the remaster process
“BlizzCon is over, and everything is worse now.” – Unknown Horse Prophet
That’s as clever an intro as I can think of right now. Let’s Queue.
A group interview answered a lot of my questions about Diablo Immortal — and drastically increased my excitement for it
By this time tomorrow, I will be in (or at least very close to) California. Even if the sum total of BlizzCon announcements this year are shrug-worthy, this is still the trip I look forward to every year — from the moment it ends right up until the next one. For those of you watching at home, I encourage you to make A Thing out of it with your fellow Queuemans. Grab popcorn/unhealthy food, drink of choice, and just spend the whole time chatting and enjoying the fact that you can nerd out with friends. For those of you attending in person… I hope to see you soon!
Now, let’s Queue.
How would you feel about World of Warcraft’s faction conflict continuing for several more expansions?
I’m absolutely biased — because Halloween is the best holiday ever — but I think this may have been my favorite Splatfest so far. It was Team Trick versus Team Treat in an extra-long, 48-hour fight for domination. Naturally, I chose Team Trick because, well… have you met me?! On top of a fun theme and awesome ink colors (orange vs. purple), Nintendo also recently allowed players to download spooky masks. Totally free, and you got four of ’em to make this Splatfest even spookier than it already was.
All of the above said, Team Treat won (barely), and the Shifty Station this time was cool but the gimmick made for some frustrating choke points, so… Ah, who am I kidding? It was still awesome. I love October!
Oh, right. Queue time.
Blizzard is already running damage control on Diablo hype, so we probably shouldn’t expect Diablo 4 at BlizzCon
Happy Tuesday! I hope the world is treating you all well and the Old Gods are smiling at you with at least one of their mouths.