It feels like there's a bit of confusion in the World of Warcraft community about what is and isn't acceptable as feedback or criticism about the game, versus what is or isn't considered a targeted harassment campaign.
I think I realized when Jeff Hamilton posted this to Twitter that a lot of people would misunderstand it.
Look, it's 2021, and some of those older RPG restrictions just don't hold up anymore.
What's old is new again as more and more game studios dive into their past catalogs for their next big hits.
The Burning Crusade had so many dungeons and raids that coming up with a list of the expansion's best (and worst) encounters was practically impossible.
I've written on this subject before, of course -- back in 2015, for example, and boy howdy that was six years ago -- but seeing Reddit user cptshooter put together a timeline of every WoW expansion going back to vanilla showing when each patch dropped shows us that in Shadowlands we're likely going to be sitting through one of the longer gaps between major patches in World of Warcraft history.
Multiplayer sessions of Diablo 3 are a grand old time, but sometimes, you want to go it alone for smashing loot piñatas.
In November of 2014, Warlords of Draenor introduced us to a new aspect of World of Warcraft: the Mission Table.
Let's start with a question -- what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of those beautiful Diablo 4 demos from BlizzCon 2019 and clips from BlizzConline?
As I was reading the card reveals for the upcoming Hearthstone expansion, Forged in the Barrens, I stumbled across this super intriguing background for a new Draenei Priestess called Xyrella: On the Night of Falling Stars, Xyrella had a vision of a shattered Naaru.