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World of Warcraft Gold Soon to Mean Something

Long ago, I was a World of Warcraft player, back even before the days of the Lich King. I had a level 44 dwarf hunter, I believe it was, who went by the name of Glongg, and roamed the fields...

Does Final Fantasy XIV Have the Key to MMO Longevity?

For those out there who play “Final Fantasy XIV,” there's something exciting coming up. It recently started up, and will be running until February 16. Known as “Valentione's Day,” it's a parallel of the real-life Valentine's Day event set for...

Blizzard Demonstrates Customer Service Edge With 10-Year Premium

It's hard to believe that World of Warcraft has only recently cleared the 10 year mark of existence with little in the way of upgrades graphically. A whole generation of consoles has come and gone in that time, and for...

World of Warcraft's Warlords of Draenor Issues Prove Customer Service's Value

While there has been much speculation of the World of Warcraft of late, with some believing that it's only a matter of time before this long-lived game finally goes the way of the dodo and others believing that those people...

BlizzCon Brings StarCraft 2 & Hearthstone Add-Ons, Plus A Whole New Game

Wrapping up last week was a bit of a surprise as this year's BlizzCon came and left some new trailers in its wake. While not as big a deal as, say, E3, Gamescom or the Tokyo Game Show, BlizzCon often...

The Reports of the World of Warcraft's Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Exciting news from Azeroth today, folks...apparently, the recent massive losses of subscribers were not in fact the beginning of the end for the venerable old MMORPG, but rather a temporary lull. Indeed, there have been a rise of subscribers in...

Titan's Death Leaves Questions About Blizzard's Plans

It was a dark day for massively multiplayer online (MMO) gamers out there when the news landed that Blizzard was poised to pull the plug on science fiction MMO title "Titan," a game that had been in the making for...

Sunset in Azeroth Redux: A Price Hike For U.K. Players

When I first heard about this particular news item, I genuinely gulped. Really, I swallowed hard. This was a strategy that smacked of desperation at its worst. Though I soon got the idea that this might not have been so...

Tapjoy Gamers: Older, Wealthier, TV Buffs?

There's a certain image that the gaming community has, mostly fat white young men whose primary diet and about 15 percent of their wardrobe involves Cheetos. Some have embraced it, others rail against it, but the idea of basement dweller...

Why Is World of Warcraft Losing Subscribers?

That's a profoundly loaded question right there, and the newest numbers bear it out. Reports suggest that World of Warcraft's subscriber count has been on a downhill slope for some time, going down from 7.7 million subscribers in August to...

How Do You Follow World Of Warcraft?

At one point, it was earning more than some small countries did in an entire year. It also had a population that, had it been a real country, would have allowed it a seat at the U.N. I'm talking here...

A Little Time On The New Earth Of Defiance

I finally got a shot at Defiance just recently--it was Spring Break for many of the area high schools, so that played utter hob with game rentals--but I was certainly looking forward to trying what was being described as a...

Can The IGN League Ever Be The Next NFL?

A recent bit of news arrived that, only yesterday, Blizzard purchased the IGN e-sports league, lock, stock and boxtop, in order to better facilitate the growth of a StarCraft II league. While this does bode well for gaming in general,...

Early Word On The Elder Scrolls Online Suggests Exciting Possibilities

Recently, some early reports started slipping out about The Elder Scrolls Online, the first MMO from Zenimax using the Elder Scrolls world as its backdrop. What's coming out around this title certainly bodes well for players, but the universal question...

What's So Strange About Star Wars: The Old Republic's Planet Makeb?

A lot of people have been enjoying the Star Wars MMO, "Star Wars: The Old Republic". But one particular enhancement, and one particular point in that enhancement, in one particular expansion is making a whole lot of trouble for EA...

Who's The Last Game Company On The NASDAQ 100?

An unusual development recently cropped up as the NASDAQ did its annual reshuffling of the deck, removing several names to bring in several other new names to its NASDAQ 100 listing. One major name was tossed out of the deck,...

DayZ Looking A Lot More MMO These Days

There's some interesting news about the DayZ conversion to more of a full-MMO model, which is at last report still on track to launch sometime by the end of the year, though there's some room for interpretation on that front....

Three Things I'm Thankful For In Gaming

With Thanksgiving in its closing hours, and some of the Black Friday sales already kicking in, I figured it would be a good time to settle in and write a little something I'm thankful for in gaming. There's a lot...

Ten Minutes Of Introduction To The Elder Scrolls Online

Pretty much every year is a good year in gaming. Some years are better than others, of course, but pretty much every year that a gamer can stay upright, stay up nights, and take a run at the latest and...

In The World of Warcraft, The Panda Is King

So to kick this one off, we're going to ask--and then try desperately to answer--just one simple question: What is it about World of Warcraft and pandas? Really? Because despite all reason and good common sense, the launch of World...

Will Variety Prove The Spice Of The Free-To-Play Market?

Recently, Emily Greer had a few things to say about free-to-play gaming. Why should anyone bother listening to Emily Greer, you wonder? How about because she's the co-founder of the free-to-play video gaming portal known as Kongregate, one of my...

How Much Does The Iranian Blizzard Disconnect Have To Do With Iran?

Normally, when reports start landing about a game being banned in some entire countries, the eyes of outraged gamers start looking at the government of that country in question. Sure, they usually swing back around to their own government as...

Can Guild Wars 2 Compete Against World of Warcraft?

Most any time a new MMO comes out, one of the first questions that's inevitably asked is, "Can it play against World of Warcraft?". The reason that question is as inevitable as it is, of course, is because pretty much...

Gamescom 2012: The Lineup Looks A Bit Dark

One of the great things about any gaming convention is that there's always something interesting going on. Those keeping an eye open for that something going on may well even be able to catch hints about the future of the...

Connecting Games: Wave Of The Future?

Something has been catching my attention lately, and though the news itself may be a bit old, the dots are starting to connect, or at least look like they're connecting. And like Rorschach told Nite Owl II, if it looks...
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