On the second day of Christmas, Diablo gave to me… 22 Nights of Terror.
One Tuesday morning late October 2015, I fired up my PS4 and logged in to Destiny with the intention of grabbing bounties, perusing the vendors for any interesting rolls on weapons and armor, and maybe hopping in to a strike or two or mess around in Patrol.
The concept of evergreen content is one that is a little tricky to explain when discussing an MMO like World of Warcraft, but in it's simplest form it's content that never really stops being relevant.
The Feast of Winter Veil event is already live on World of Warcraft, and as is tradition, we're waiting to open our presents under the tree in Ironforge or Orgrimmar.
Heroes of the Storm has hosted holiday events five years running now, releasing seasonal skins, mounts, and more.
Brewfest has received quite a few updates this year with a bunch of new cosmetic rewards -- but what are updates without some bugs to go along with them?
There's a brand new Hearthstone toy for the Midsummer Fire Festival, so I bet you're wondering what the quickest way to get it is.
In my family, it's a holiday tradition to get together on Boxing Day. We get comfy, preferably in some new jammies, eat a few different warm soups, and play with all the cool loot Santa gave us. This year, it seems like a good time to share all the holiday traditions, new and old, Blizzard brought to us this holiday season.
Overwatch has begun teasing a new holiday event set to begin December 13.