A forever game is one in where players make tangible progress, find new experiences, and face new challenges all without ever actually finishing the game.
World of Warcraft's graphics have come a long way since the early days of the game.
Diablo 4’s cosmetic’s shop has had a constant parade of new sets since launch, most sets have been based on metal, broken relics, skins, bones, or scales of creatures with have seen around Sanctuary.
Microsoft recently announced that Diablo 4 is coming to the Xbox Game Pass in 2024, which will put the game in front of a wider audience.
Cooking in World of Warcraft may have the single longest collection of recipes in any profession.
Over the last year or so, a lot of WoW's holiday events have seen smaller or larger revamps; while Winter Veil added a few new rewards as it always does, and Noblegarden offered a big basket of eggs for your dragonriding mount, it wasn't until the most recent Love is in the Air that we saw an entirely new festival area, revamped daily quests, and a heaping helping of new rewards.
These days I try to cast a wide net when it comes to finding inspiration for D&D and other gaming endeavors.
World of Warcraft Classic Season of Discovery Phase 2 has been out for a full week now, and while not everyone may have been clearing Gnomeregan immediately, there are still new runes and items to discover, and other new activities to try out.
There aren't a lot of game franchises with fan bases as dedicated as the Diablo player base was come Diablo 4 launch day in 2023.
I’m not sure what game I’ll get around to buying next.