With big names like Ken Levine leaving Triple A development, there may be some drastic changes in store for the modern game market.
Thoughts on the three best tracks on the Mists of Pandaria soundtrack.
Thoughts on how what we know about garrisons gives us insight into Warlords' endgame and also the story of the expansion.
Thoughts on "In Love and Warcraft" - a play about relationships, human sexuality, and Warcraft.
Thoughts on how a recent comment by Sony Online President John Smedley could be the beginning of the end for my time in WoW.
The constant push for warranties, cards, and preorders is shoving some of Gamestop's customers and best staff right out the door.
Thoughts on how no news about the Warlords beta means that a launch date might be further away than we thought.
Thoughts on the similarities in how the Timeless Isle and our characters relate to the flow of time.
Thoughts on how the story in Shadows of the Horde gratuitously gives Vol'jin extra motivation for rebelling.
Thoughts on how the lack of new content doesn't mean you have to stop enjoying Warcraft.
Thoughts on how the influence of Azeroth on Outland means that visiting an uncorrupted Draenor will result in an enlightening expansion.
There is little nobler in this industry than the aspiration to make the people within it better, and no other game has done this to the degree that Depression Quest has.
With creepy sounds and an unsettling, intelligent story, The Last Door is mandatory horror.