The subtitle to this post could just be and why is it Arcane because Arcane is one of, if not the, best video game tie-in stories I've ever seen Yes, even better than The Last Guardian, my previous favorite. The Last Guardian is one of the best novels ever set in a game world, which may not be a surprise as it features characters like Medivh and Khadgar and is written by Jeff Grubb, longtime AD&D designer and author of the Azure Bonds tie-in novel, which introduced Dragonbait the Saurial and yes I admit it I loved that book because it made dinosaur people canon in D&D.
Ruined King demonstrates how Riot is looking forward and taking chances Blizzard should have years ago
Ruined King: A League of Legends Story is a single-player, turn-based RPG, made by the folks at Airship Syndicate and published by Riot Forge.
"I loved Arcane, but I would never play League of Legends." That particular opinion is one that I've heard a bunch of times recently -- apparently, it resonates with lots of us.
This weekend sees the premiere of the first 3 episodes of Arcane, an nine-episode animated series on Netflix taking place in the world of League of Legends.
Ahh, a Mage.
Last week Blizzard released the three part Alleria and Turalyon audio drama, A Thousand Years of War.
The practice of magic is something that's always been in place in Warcraft.
The Legion class preview for Mages is now live and is a bit different than the earlier Priest and Hunter previews.