A StarCraft MMO? A Diablo RTS? What Blizzard franchises would you like to see in other genres?
Would you play a Diablo-themed RTS, with big armies of demons attacking various settlements around the globe and hero units like Nephalem, Angels, Demons, and so on?
What makes a video game trailer truly stand out to you?
Several of my coworkers were talking about video game trailers, and the 2019 BlizzCon reveal of Diablo 4 came up.
Why do you think Blizzard hasn’t gotten back into the TTRPG space?
Back in the late 1990s/early 2000s, Blizzard had several TTRPG products out -- from licensed Diablo properties from Wizards of the Coast themselves to the Warcraft/ World of Warcraft Roleplaying Game.
The RTS genre doesn’t need a renaissance so much as it needs a revolution
I've been hearing about the return of real time strategy games for years and years now.
When should a franchise end? Should there always be a chance for more?
I am ridiculously happy that there's a new Mass Effect game coming.
What is the most important aspect of Blizzard’s individual franchises?
What makes a Diablo game that, and not just a Warcraft game?
What sort of game would you like to see in the StarCraft universe?
It's been more than a year since Blizzard announced that they were no longer developing new content for StarCraft 2.
How would you feel if Hearthstone began incorporating other Blizzard games?
Once I heard that Magi: The Gathering was including a Forgotten Realms D&D pack, my first thought was I'd like a sandwich. I was hungry.
How do you know when you love a game?
The central question of this post may seem on the surface to be kind of silly, but it isn't -- because every game is different, and so is every person who plays games.
What Blizzard game would you most like to see on consoles?
I've been thinking about how Diablo 2: Resurrected will be on practically every console, and how that's pretty awesome, but it also has me feeling greedy.