A bug that forced Blizzard last week to shut down 'Diablo 3''s real money auction house allowed players to duplicate gold within the game's economy. That led to some illicit revenue, but luckily Blizzard chose to donate that money to charity.
Every year on April 1, you can generally expect a fairly substantial offering of jokes to pop up in the gaming field, masquerading as real news. Here are our faves so far.
Blizzard has teased a console version of Diablo 3 for over a year, so a version for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 isn't too surprising. The announcement that the game won't connect to Blizzard's Battle.net network or allow cross-platform play, however, is…
Now that Sony has unveiled its new hardware, it is time to look at what software will be available for the PlayStation 4, either at launch or further down the road.
When the Warcraft movie was first announced in 2009, it was supposed to come out in 2013 as a Sam Raimi-directed production. Now the movie will hit theaters in 2015, directed by Moon and Source Code creator Duncan Jones.
World of Warcraft players prove they have flaming hearts by raising $2.3 million for Sandy relief effort
Blizzard has a history of using World of Warcraft as a fundraiser for disaster relief, and it broke its own recent records by raising $2.3 million for the American Red Cross to help victimes of Hurricane Sandy.
Skeptics thought Torchlight 2 might suffer thanks to its proximity to Diablo 3, but the Runic Games dungeon crawler has done quite well, selling 1 million copies in its first three months.
Blizzard announced player-versus-player modes for Diablo 3 years before the game actually released, but delayed the release of those modes for months into 2012. With days to go until 2013, Blizzard has killed the game's Team Deathmatch mode.
Blizzard's creative chief says that the studio has a console version of its dungeon-crawler Diablo 3 up and running in its studio. The game isn't an official project for the company yet, though, meaning it's still far from players' hands.
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Blizzard remains the king of PC game sales. Will StarCraft 2 free to play multiplayer revolutionize the studio's business?
In Jetsetter for the week ending August 31, Iran is locked out of World of Warcraft, Indian MMO gets historical, and Crytek opens in China.
Back in July, Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime promised that Blizzard is working on significant changes to Diablo 3’s endgame content. With patch 1.0.4, said Morhaime, high-level players could expect “new goals to strive for as an alternative to the ‘item…
After Valve's Gabe Newell lashed out at Windows 8, his sentiments were echoed by Blizzard's Rob Pardo, designer of StarCraft.
Diablo 3 completes two months in the wild and Blizzard's Mike Morhaime says the studio is working on addressing the game's myriad problems.