Let's say a genie gives you one wish and then specifies that you have to use it to pick one Blizzard game to get the remaster treatment.
In a move that will likely upset no one but quite possibly cause a lot of people to go, "Huh?
If you're a fan of Blizzard's music (and I don't know how it's possible to play their games and not be a fan) then this is some pretty sad news.
Right now, it's fair to say that there isn't a single Blizzard game that doesn't at the least contain a strong multiplayer component.
The rumor mill is swirling with speculation about Blizzard's next game, which new job postings suggest is a first person shooter.
If Blizzard were a person, it would have been able to vote since 2009 and able to drink since 2011 (in its home state of California.) At 25, the company is a juggernaut -- Legion is the most popular World of Warcraft expansion in years, Overwatch debuted to huge acclaim, and Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls was one of the most popular expansions to a major RPG ever released.
BlizzCon is coming up next week and with it, the Diablo 20th anniversary, which got me thinking.
Blizzard Entertainment has just announced they will be sunsetting the Battle.net brand in favor of simply Blizzard.
Chris Metzen, Senior Vice President of Story and Franchise Development at Blizzard, announced his retirement on Monday and it turns out it was effective today.
Who would have thought a website would be so divisive?
Chung Ng, better known as World of Warcraft Community Manager Rygarius, has confirmed on Twitter that this week is his last with Blizzard Entertainment.
Blizzard and Facebook, a match made in social media heaven?
Micky Neilson has been writing for Blizzard for 22 years, but today he announced in his newsletter that he's leaving the company.
One of my favorite parts of hearing Blizzard speak at BlizzCon and various conventions is seeing just how passionate they are about the games they make and the jobs they have.
In an interview last week, Blizzard's execs talked about the company's possible future in mobile games — and though they say any plans are a long way off, why not start speculating now?
I'm having one of those weeks where I'm obsessed with a particular piece of music -- this time, it's the soundtrack from Auchindoun, which contains all the sweeping parts of the login screen track along with a lot of eerie chanting.