There's no secret that one of the appeals in Diablo 4 is loot, but as much as we all love that little hit of dopamine from the orange pillar of light and sound from a legendary drop, sometimes all the game seems to want to award you is ten thousand shoes when all you need is a knife.
Playing World of Warcraft, I am often struck by how ludicrous it can seem when a piece of gear shows up more often than you'd expect.
Video games provide us a lot -- they act as areas where we discover community over love of a mutual game, they provide us memorable experiences and stories, teach us lessons, and influence our habits.
Everyone has a piece of loot they set their sights on.
Like many in our community, I've been playing World of Warcraft on and off since vanilla (okay, late vanilla).
Does World of Warcraft need to bring back Master Looter?
About a year and a half ago, I wrote a post about the Great Vault and how it doesn't work as bad luck protection.
While playing on my Monk the other day, I saw another leather-wearing player rocking some really nice-looking pants.
In Battle for Azeroth, the loot flowed like water.
Okay, complete disclosure here -- I loved how easy it was to gear up by the end of Battle for Azeroth.