If you've been around World of Warcraft for a while, one thing you've experienced by now is the giddy rush when various sites like Wowhead, MMO-Champion and others get their hands on a new PTR build or the latest alpha/beta files and go to work teasing out what's in those files.
In today's Queue I'm going to deep dive into three questions that I think are interesting and I have some unique perspectives on.
Patch 8.2’s Customizable Pocket-Sized Computational Device could give trinkets new life and more options
In patch 8.2 we're getting a new piece of gear, one that's supposed to give players control over how they play.
Patch 8.2 will see us enter two big new world zones with world quests and storylines leading up to a raid and a mega-dungeon respectively -- the Naga stronghold of Nazjatar surrounding Azshara's Eternal Palace, and the Mechagnome fortress of Mechagon.
You may never notice this tiny change to World of Warcraft, but it could fundamentally change the community
When WoW's patch 8.2 was released on the PTR, dataminers found something distressing: most of the descriptive filenames in the game's database have been removed.
Update: This was post was written for our supporters, but now it's available for everyone.
Overwatch’s Jeff Kaplan promises long-awaited features and possibly big shifts to the competitive scene
Overwatch will enter its third year as Blizzard's multiplayer shooter next month.
There are a lot of characters on the Heroes of the Storm roster.
As I finish writing this at around eight in the morning, I find myself utterly unable to come up with a unique or clever way to introduce the day’s column. Today, cleverness is DIY.
Okay, so you're finally going to play Diablo 3.