There are many ways that social anxiety can manifest itself within our favorite games.
I've done it a few times, switching my main in World of Warcraft.
In the excitement of the Hearhstone Ashes of Outland release, the Tavern Pass may have gotten overlooked.
Blizzard surprised us all this week by announcing changes to Corruption and Echoes of Ny'alotha, as well as to how quickly you could level up your Legendary Cloak, and then almost immediately hotfixing some of those changes live.
Sometimes, our favorite game company releases a game in a genre they've never explored before.
To this day, I love the moment in Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls where you discover that the King of Westmarch has been deposed and murdered by one of his noblemen during the Reaper invasion of the city.
Warcraft 3: Reforged did not work out the way Blizzard had wanted.
With each World of Warcraft expansion, there are stages the game goes through, from the mystery of what will be until the time it launches.
I keep thinking about how brilliant the swerve was in Warcraft 3 when it comes to the story of the Horde.