WoW Classic is bringing back lots of types of nostalgia for lots of different people.
It’s still sometimes hard to wrap my head around the fact that the original World of Warcraft zones were in the game for a much shorter time than their post-Cataclysm counterparts have been.
We've heard rumors about a Diablo series for Netflix or some other streaming service since last year, but one thing we haven't heard yet is anything more than rumors.
We've talked a lot about WoW Classic here, but there's one question that I find myself coming back to again and again.
It's no secret that gamers tend to have a long backlog of games that will, in all likelihood, never be finished.
I have to admit now, if I do play WoW Classic a lot, I know that I'm looking forward to running some dungeons like Stratholme and Dire Maul, but I'm not looking forward to others, like Sunken Temple and Sunken Temple.
There are a lot of achievements I'm proud of, whether they evoke personal accomplishments or overcoming difficulties with my team.
Back in the day, Blizzard did a series of pen-and-paper RPG tie-ins.
Yesterday, Blizzard opened up the ability to create a character -- and thus reserve a name -- on WoW Classic servers.
The Eternal Palace is full of colorful characters and creatures.