Blizzard recently released its eighth expansion pack for World of Warcraft. Its called Shadowlands and after being delayed by a month finally came out on the games 16th anniversary.
Another Good Game
Today its Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness a 1995 fantasy real-time strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and published by Davidson & Associates for the MS-DOS (DOS).
All the new entertainment (Games, DVDs, and Blu-Ray) that will be out and available this week (29/10/18 to 02/11/18) in most stores near you (England).
A Good Game a day for the rest of time perhaps?
Today it’s Warcraft: Orcs & Humans a 1994 real-time strategy game, developed by Blizzard Entertainment and published by Blizzard and Interplay Entertainment for MS-DOS (DOS). Sales were fairly high, reviewers were mostly impressed, and the game won three awards and was a finalist for three others.
Blizzard Entertainment have announced that it’s bringing Diablo III to the Xbox 360 and not just the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. A release date has also now been revealed for the release of the game on current generation consoles.
The first major patch for World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria is has been released. Its called Landfall and provides plenty of new content and bug fixes.
This a guide for the currently ongoing Hallow’s End event. The Hallow’s End achievements and the meta achievement “Hallowed Be Thy Name” are part of the “What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been” achievement which requires players to complete all event achievements in World of Warcraft. If you manage this you will get a “Violet Proto-Drake” mount.
The Hallow’s End event runs from 18th October to 31st October 2012.
The newest expansion for World of Warcraft, Mists of Pandaria has expectedly help boost subscriptions with Blizzard Entertainment selling twenty-seven million copies in the expansions first week. World of Warcraft subscribers have passed the ten million mark again.
Another a few years go by and another expansion is now available for Blizzard Entertainments flagship title, World of Warcraft. This time its called Mists of Pandaria and it features an increased level cap, a new continent to explore, a new playable race and much more.
With World of Warcraft newest expansion Mist of Pandaria coming out in just over two weeks, it’s not surprising to see some television adverts being released. Well it is surprising to see video game adverts at all on television these days but that’s another topic all together. The two television adverts are made up of clips from Mist of Pandaria’s opening cinematic which stars Chen Stormstout as a mighty kung-fu styling panda.