Update: This post was originally published for our supporters, but now it's available for everyone.
WoW Classic is officially launching August 27th at midnight GMT (6 p.m.
People who are interested in WoW Classic tend to be really interested in it, and as a result, will grab on to any information that seems to indicate that we'll be getting an alpha or beta test for it soon.
Before World of Warcraft, there was EverQuest, and one of the best sites for keeping track of items and quests in that game was named Allakhazam.
I know that for a lot of players, WoW Classic isn't going to be a nostalgia trip simply because they never saw classic WoW in the first place.
WoW Classic may be a loving recreation of the good old days in WoW, but at least one modern convenience will be available at its onset: loot trading.
World of Warcraft launched in North America and Australia on November 23, 2004.
Let's be honest: There's been a lot of negativity about Blizzard and about WoW these past six months.
I remember with absolutely vivid clarity the first time I used Thottbot, all the way back in 2004.
This post was originally published for our supporters, but now it's available for everyone.