Chains of Domination hit the PTR yesterday, which I’ve already written a little bit about. Today, though, after some more hours put in (until a quest bug… Read more “The Downsides of Patch 9.1 So Far, As Told By The First PTR Build”
Shadowlands and Cynicism – Is Blizzard Actually…Listening?
I’ve tried to dull the edges of it a little bit, but I think it has been relatively clear throughout my writing on Shadowlands from Blizzcon to… Read more “Shadowlands and Cynicism – Is Blizzard Actually…Listening?”
The Shadowlands Spoiler Review From Datamining – Featuring Lots of Spoilers!
(In case the cheeky title didn’t communicate this well enough, there are going to be huge spoilers in this post for potential story beats for Shadowlands, based… Read more “The Shadowlands Spoiler Review From Datamining – Featuring Lots of Spoilers!”
Just A Sneak Peek
Last played according to Steam was in 2011 for barely a few minutes, so we’ll see what I have to say about this in the new year!… Read more “Just A Sneak Peek”
Datamining and Ruining Surprises
While I was out on vacation, Gnomecore posted something interesting, discussing the relative merits (or lack thereof, in this case) of datamining for World of Warcraft. Since… Read more “Datamining and Ruining Surprises”
Cloak of Shadows – The Mystery Around Patch 8.2.5, Not the Rogue Ability
This might actually be one of the most exciting patch writeups I’ve done for WoW ever. Not because the expectations are necessarily high for the content –… Read more “Cloak of Shadows – The Mystery Around Patch 8.2.5, Not the Rogue Ability”
How Final Fantasy XIV Keeps Secrets When World of Warcraft Cannot
Something I mentioned in passing in this week’s Hype Train is that fan events, live letters, and reveals from the Square Enix team are usually far more… Read more “How Final Fantasy XIV Keeps Secrets When World of Warcraft Cannot”