Testing periods are a time to find all the bugs and glitches in a video game before it launches -- or, at least, the goal is to catch as many of them as possible.
Yes, I know you'd probably do other stuff with a time machine, but just assume this particular time machine will only allow you to go back and change things about an MMO because its creators were extremely monofocused, okay?
I think I've been pretty up-front in saying I don't like class restrictions. Dungeons and Dragons gave them up a long time ago now, and I frankly think it was the right call.
I'll admit it -- I have a thing for collecting plushes.
Some of us love spreadsheets, and we may even use them to keep track of their World of Warcraft characters.
World of Warcraft has a lot of tier sets.
Some days are just rough.
Shadowlands season 4 arrived this week, and with it Fated raids across all difficulties.
Shadowlands Season 4 starts this week, and while it's going to be the shortest season of the expansion, the World of Warcraft development team is using it to experiment.
Do you ever find yourself thinking, "I love the fantasy for this class, but I don't like playing it?" Or, perhaps, it's the other way around: Is there a class that you love to play, but you don't really connect with lore-wise?