Blizzard Watch Podcast
This week, we discuss the union that Activision Blizzard subsidiary Raven Software is trying to form as well as the new survival game that Blizzard is working on which will be based on a brand new IP.
This week we discuss the surprise announcement by Microsoft to buy Activision Blizzard, what it could mean for World of Warcraft, and how it could affect embattled ABK CEO Bobby Kotick.
This week, we discuss our favorite pop culture references in WoW, the short-lived Shards of Domination feature, and how we would like to see a Void vs.
This week we discuss what we would like to see from Blizzard and gaming in general in 2022.
This week we look back at the major stories we covered in 2021 on the podcast from the Activision Blizzard lawsuit and unionization push to the WoW Shadowlands content patches to the continuing development of Diablo 3, 4, as well as Diablo Immortal to the future of our site as we explore tabletop roleplaying games and other off-topic content under our Tavern Watch brand.
This week we discuss the announcement of the Diablo 4 Paragon Board, Diablo 2: Resurrected's Patch 2.4 update, and the current state of the real time strategy (RTS) genre of games.
This week we discuss the extension of Legion Timewalking and tweaks to the Mage Tower challenges.
This week, we discuss the 11th anniversary of the Cataclysm expansion, Diablo 3 Season 25, Hearthstone's Fractured In Alterac Valley expansion, the return of the Mage Tower in WoW, and have a larger discussion about the best games in the last 10 years.
This week, we discuss the quick clearing of Molten Core in WoW Classic's Season of Mastery, the ending of Diablo 3's Season 24, and reactions to Hearthstone's Top 2 Tavern Brawl.
It's WoW's 17th birthday, and we talk about some of our favorite memories from the game — mostly involving wild raid night antics from the early days of Warcraft.