Sep 16th 2011 6:07PM The FAQ page mentions that Future publishing owns PC Gamer, and to look out for WoW news there instead. PC Gamer UK and US have had ALOT of WoW content in its magazines/website since the WoW Magazine came out, so doesnt suprise me that they ended the mag WoW mag.
Who knows, might be lucky enough to see some of the really good WoW Mag articles start popping up in PC Gamer, im sure the staff worked for both anyway
May 28th 2011 11:44AM Went last year, and it was great.
Met alot of the big guys and girls from Blizzard, and talked to alot of the other artisits and department leaders that dont get as much public knowledge as your Ghostcrawlers and Samwises.
The print was really cool and is from the original picture that the main poster for the year is based on (i.e The print from last year was the Deathwing/Kerrigan/Diablo picture used on all the Blizzon 2010 merch)
Price and donation wise. Your forgetting that it techincally doesnt cost Blizzard that much to make the goodie bag, and technically those 200 people are just another number onotop of the other 30k+ that the fire marshall needs to have an estimate on, so it doesnt actually cost $175 to Blizzard per person going to the dinner, and therefore, more of the $500 is likely to go to charity.
Jan 2nd 2011 8:59AM Loot roll! /roll
Dec 29th 2010 7:18AM Weather Man!
Dec 26th 2010 4:53AM Loots!
Dec 25th 2010 3:50PM Roar!
Dec 25th 2010 3:24PM Loot!
Dec 8th 2010 12:26PM Portals for non mages!
Oct 29th 2010 10:02AM These items mentioned were dependant on wether they were flagged as pre-order items, or just items you could buy on the Pre-Sale.
The Blizzcon 2010 T-Shirt, Poster, and the Starcraft 2 LP, and afew other items, all had 'To be released on 22nd October' on them (AKA Blizzcon), where some of the items were just shipped as soon as you bought them (my D3 Poster, Arthas helm, and Grunty arrived before the Con).