Well, the Demon Hunter shows no lack of raging fortitude, huh? I’ll be back for this WoW expansion, just like I’m back for all of them. (Though, I didn’t even play Warlords. I just uh, sort of bought it. But that counts on some level, right?)
Fuck, man. I bought but literally didn’t even play the last WoW expansion. And I know, I fucking know despite acknowledging that, I will still buy this one.
Nostalgia. Nostalgia all over the screen. Gorgeous nostalgia.
Amazon has assembled themselves a fucking murderer’s row of talent to develop an “ambitious” PC game. What is this game? Who knows. Am I intrigued, given the talent involved? Aye.
Woah then. Count this as something I wasn’t expecting. We’ve known for years that Blizzard was developing a new MMO. We knew that it was a bit of a troubled development. But I don’t think any of us knew it was headed towards cancellation.
Here’s either a) an incredible feat of gaming determination, b) the worst waste of time in WoW history, or both. I can’t imagine both the determination this required, and the amount of time that was burned accomplishing it. But to be fair, I generally do nothing myself and I have no cool claim to fame such as this.
Still on the fence about the next WoW expansion pack. I’ve played every one of them, my interest diminishing with each installment. The time I spend in the expansion decreased, that Old Douchebag sentiment of yearning for bygone days spiking.
God bless, god bless. Been a minute since I’ve featured some Tifa Lockhart. Or as she was called around my group of friends, “the fictional character that launched a thousand hormonal ships into the thralls of puberty.” Whelp — here I go, paying tribute to the lass with some wonderful cosplay.
Sign I’m getting old: I ain’t even heard of Crossfire. Fucking free-to-play game first-person shooter. Despite not hearing of it, the son of a bitch made nearly a billion dollars last year. A fucking billion dollars!