World of Warcraft transmog collectors can get the Tabard of Frost for free through Amazon Prime Gaming.
Amazon Prime is loving the views for its Wheel of Time series, and the future for this streaming service seems to be focusing more on genre shows like the upcoming Lord of the Rings series and — to me at least more interestingly — possibly a Mass Effect series as well.
Amazon Prime’s Invincible, based on Robert Kirkman’s comic, is visceral storytelling — sometimes literally
I've long believed that you can recognize when a story is well told -- when it has elements of real quality, when it is crafted in an effective and even powerful way -- and not necessarily like that story.
Whether you're impatiently waiting for Netflix to release Stranger Things' third season or simply for next Halloween, you should fill the break with the Costume Quest animated series on Amazon.
A new Lord of the Rings show has been in development for Amazon Prime, but new teasers could take it in an unexpected direction.
If you're a Heroes of the Storm player with Twitch Prime (which comes packaged with Amazon Prime), you're in for a treat: by linking your Twitch account to your Battle.net account, you'll received some free goodies over the next few months.
If you're deep in the thick of things with Kobolds and Catacombs there's another new way to get your hands on a couple of card packs -- sign up for Twitch Prime.
Around BlizzCon time, it can be pretty easy to overlook or forget a piece of information here and there.
With everything going on in the world of Blizzard, it might be easy to forget that the gaming company has been slowly doling out free stuff to Twitch/Amazon Prime users.
If you play Hearthstone you may be interested to discover that starting today, you can participate in Oktoberbrawl, and by doing so contribute to whether the forces of the Light or the Void end up victorious.