Apr 1st 2012 10:26AM I think the supply depot from Blizzard is the clear winner this year. Because it makes fun of the Mass Effect 3 endings while still being a sweet joke on its own.
The thing I like about blizzards April Fools jokes over all is they aren't just pranks or jokes. But are things that you might actually want to see done. The best pranks are half joke half reality.
Mar 26th 2012 10:48PM In other news ghost crawler is no longer playing a warlock for MoP.
Mar 24th 2012 4:55AM @Eamil http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Midi-chlorian
Mar 23rd 2012 3:49AM @donweel
You might have a point except Kung Fu Panda grossed 215 million in the US and Canada. North America likes Panda's and Martial arts too. Because you know people anywhere like cool things done well.
Mar 23rd 2012 3:46AM @(Unverified)
The alliance isn't really going to "rape resources". However they still obtain resources in some fashion. Also they are preserving the Alliance "theme" as was stated during the Siege of Orgimmar Varian goes out of his way to protect horde children instead of just wholesale revenge and slaughter. While they are still the "good guys" when it comes to stuff they certainly can pillage and plunder. However its really way to soon to jump to conclusions that they are throwing lore out the window when hardly anything has been released about such story elements.
Chris Metzen talks about that "Spirit of the Alliance" and preserving it a little in his Interview http://wow.joystiq.com/2012/03/19/mists-of-pandaria-chris-metzen-interview/
Also the Auto-attack thing was always just removed from Monks. Every other class still had it and currently in the beta Monks have an auto-attack. The reason why they added it to monks was answered in the dev interviews from the press event.
http://www.wowheadnews.com/blog=201766/interviews-with-greg-street-cory-stockton-tom-chilton-and-j-allen-brack search for "auto attack" or go down to Greg Streets section and its one of the first few questions answered.
Feb 15th 2012 2:18PM The review says this mouse is built for clicking, but how true is that? Was the mouse taken apart to look at the parts? For example the Razor Naga which is prone to develop clicking problems has plastic parts that can wear out. What parts does this mouse have that control clicking?
Feb 9th 2012 4:54PM I like how CoD has almost as many subscriptions as TOR
Feb 9th 2012 4:31PM 10.2 million subscribers as of 12/31/11
Feb 8th 2012 11:16AM I wouldn't say that the concept was torn apart and handed out piecemeal but just that it shares common concepts with other classes. Not every thing in the game has to translate directly into X player class. In fact the player classes are the odd ones as if they were Lore based they wouldn't be restricted like they are.
Feb 7th 2012 2:52PM I would think it has more to do with having to right a column about a topic twice a month when there is very little to write about. Eventually you either cover the same stuff or cover stuff that every one knows.
You don't need a twice a month lock column, heck many classes don't need to have something that often.