World of Warcraft Legion was mostly about...
Yesterday, Blizzard had held its much-anticipated (and once-delayed) Shadowlands stream event.
When I think about World of Warcraft and the unfolding lore of the game, one of the things I love is when a character or place comes back or a quest or raid references something older in the game.
I've been pretty up front about not enjoying playing a Night Elf in World of Warcraft since the events of Battle for Azeroth, and I went so far as to level a Lightforged Draenei to take over as my main come Shadowlands.
World of Warcraft has seen a very high number of changes to its classes and specializations over the years.
Food in video games can be something where you're eating to gain important stats, regain lost health, or because you're in a survival game and if you don't eat your character will literally die.
During these quarantine times (quarantimes?) it's possible that some of you out there have been spending more time than usual playing the games you invest the most time in.
The home haircut has become something of a badge of honor in the current environment.
I don't know what the World Quest situation will be in Shadowlands, but right now in World of Warcraft they're simultaneously one of my favorite systems and also the one that ends up “meh” the fastest.
Mobile games are a touchy subject.