Okay, so this one goes back a ways.
It's become synonymous with Blizzard, but have you ever really thought about how that big Orc statue at Blizzard Entertainment got there?
I've sort of given up on Diablo 4 any time soon.
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.