Sorry folks, but the first Warcraft trailer is pretty underwhelming.
In honour of Thanksgiving, here are some of the games we're thankful for.
Double Fine and Blizzard should both have the freedom to make mistakes.
The IeSF is now open to women, but the latest controversy is still a reminder that traditional sports does not provide the best template for digital competition.
Much of the discussion surrounding Diablo 3's expansion pack is about changes to the systems: loot drops, experience points, item variety. But Act V also adds more incidental events, characters and dialogues that flesh out Westmarch better than any of the locations we've seen before.
Starcraft 2's main loading screen, a close-up of the hero Jim Raynor, has been replaced with his love interest and nemesis Sarah Kerrigan. Blizzard makes it clear, in its traditionally blunt manner, that things have changed. But are they for the better?
On Monday, gaming fans lined up in front of electronics and gaming stores to await the midnight launch of Diablo III. Gamers had been waiting more than 12 years since the last installment devoured the lives of millions, so what was another 12 or so hours?