Ukrainian StarCraft player Mihaylo Hayda was kicked out of a StarCraft II qualifying match Friday for tweeting that he'd "rape" his female opponent during their matchup. Read more...
"Going to rape some girl soon."
The opening ceremony of BlizzCon 2014 had plenty of surprises. What with the new intellectual property and two expansions. One of those is the culmination of the Starcraft II trilogy, Legacy of the Void. Focused on the powerful Protoss, Legacy of the Void’s part of the opening ceremony had its own surprises, including a two-person [&hellip
Of all the conventions I’ve attended, the thing that struck me about Blizzcon was Blizzard’s commitment to visual splendour. Clearly a lot of money is being spent on making Blizzcon a feats for the eyes. The most jaw-dropping section, for my money, was the incredible Starcraft 2 stage. Now you can watch how it was built. More »
Many a people felt that BlizzCon 2014 was going to be boring. The reveal of Blizzard Entertainment’s first original intellectual property in 17 years (that dates back to StarCraft), put the kibosh to any such talk. If you’re just catching up to what this whole Overwatch thing is about then be sure to check out [&hellip
DARPA's mission is to look at insane concepts from science fiction and ask if they'd work in real life, and it's clear that the agency's staffers have recently gone back to playing StarCraft. Drones, you see, are small and don't require a pilot, but...
Wrapping up last week was a bit of a surprise as this year's BlizzCon came and left some new trailers in its wake. While not as big a deal as, say, E3, Gamescom or the Tokyo Game Show, BlizzCon often still has some exciting bits of news to arrive with it. Show More Summary
Dennis "TaKe" Gehlen broadcasts a StarCraft tournament from his home. Now he wants your help to make it better.
“My life for Aiur.” Hierarch Artanis and the volatile Protoss alliance prepare to take back their home world from the Zerg. StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void also adds new units, updates to old ones as well as three new multiplayer modes.
During this year's BlizzCon, Blizzard had announced first-off the third and final chapter of the Starcraft 2 trilogy, "Legacy of the Void." The company had also announced that the installment will be a standalone game and an expansion at the same time. A release date for the game has not been announced yet.
Basically, some of these costumes look like folks' World of Warcraft, Diablo and Starcraft characters walked right through the screen and caught a flight to Anaheim. Read more...
The year’s biggest StarCraft 2 tournament concluded with a 17-year-old taking home a $100,000 first-place prize.
Last weekend at BlizzCon 2014, we finally got some more information on Starcraft II's second expansion -- the Protoss flavored Legacy of the Void. It will finish the saga started in the core game, and involves all of the typical Terran...Show More Summary
there really wasn't much new news this week outside of Blizzcon so it's a short thread this week BlizzCon was this weekend. They announced a new game and they showed off two expansions. One is the upcoming Starcraft 2 expansion,...
Blizzard’s conclusion to StarCraft II tells a bleak story with a compelling, strong lead.
Thousands of gaming fans descended upon Anaheim, California, on Friday and Saturday, for BlizzCon 2014 Hosted by video-game developer Blizzard Entertainment, the event allows faithful players of Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo to celebrate...Show More Summary