Last time, we talked about the story of Diablo 3 up until the hero who had come to New Tristram managed to destroy the Skeleton King and find the Fallen Star.
If you were given complete creative control of a Blizzard property, which would it be, and what would you do?
Seriously, if I had a genie ready to give me three wishes, the first two would be for perfect health and immortality for myself and my wife, and likely vast wealth or superpowers (depending on if the genie would grant superpowers -- I have a whole wish thing mapped out just in case).
There are always multiple ways to respond to any piece of news.
With Diablo Immortal on the horizon, we're going to get a look at the big gap of 20 or so years between the end of Diablo 2 and the start of Diablo 3.
With the announcement of patch 8.1: Tides of Vengeance, WoW players just got a deluge of information in regards to upcoming content.
I don't remember how old I was the first time I played Warcraft: Orcs & Humans.
With BlizzCon coming up, I have two very contrary ideas in mind.
It’s official! Diablo 3 is coming to Nintendo Switch this year, with a Ganondorf outfit and other exclusive cosmetics
Update: The Diablo Twitter account has confirmed this, so it's really real now!
Wisdom does not mean infallibility.
The lore of the Diablo franchise has gotten deeper and more involved with every new game, expanding from the small town of Tristram and the catacombs beneath the cathedral there to a globe-spanning adventure that led to Hell itself and finally in Diablo 3 we went to the Heavens and Pandemonium in turn. We've seen nightmarish monsters, Baal's army overwhelm the Barbarians and the destruction of the Worldstone, the siege of the Crystal Arch and the Nephalem stand triumphant against a former Archangel with the power of all seven Evils in its grasp.