Grab your PlayStation controller and your LEGO Tallneck -- we're about to get another form of Aloy on our screens.
"I loved Arcane, but I would never play League of Legends." That particular opinion is one that I've heard a bunch of times recently -- apparently, it resonates with lots of us.
Blizzard has said in the past that the name of their game studio is "Blizzard Entertainment" and not "Blizzard Games" because they see themselves as not just making games, but creating franchises that can cross into different kinds of media.
We're probably getting a Diablo anime on Netflix, something we at Blizzard Watch have been thinking about for years now.
I have never played a single The Witcher game, although I am old enough to remember that the game comes from some guys trying to make a Neverwinter Nights module based on the books.
We've heard rumors about a Diablo series for Netflix or some other streaming service since last year, but one thing we haven't heard yet is anything more than rumors.
We have talked about the topic of a Diablo series of some kind making its way to Netflix or another streaming service before.
It's hard not to be extra critical of Stranger Things season three in the age of franchise films, better horror media, and Netflix's own republish of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Off-Topic: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 2 focuses on the characters we love in new ways
The latest season of Netflix's She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is half the length of the first.
Last year, speculation was rife that we were going to get a Diablo Netflix series, perhaps a Castlevania style animated show.