Jul 20th 2010 3:08PM ((Hey, Robin. Perhaps you might want to add this link in the article for all the EU players.))
Mar 29th 2010 1:18PM terribad video. terribad. the "song" is what i imagine when i think 'what hell would be like?'
make it stop!
Jan 19th 2010 12:23PM "the number of 3-dimensional surfaces on a single 16-stud Lego Universe brick is twice as many as found on your average World of Warcraft character." Blizzard could make their models with more geometry, they could, but they love their clientèle too much to make them bare that cross of burden. With more geometry comes higher requirements for computers. It takes a lot to keep all those faces where they're suppose to be. Blizzard substitutes geometry with little tricks, like normal maps, and color maps that give the illusion of volume and definition while still maintaining low poly counts. This concept of game art allows for better performance in game play and allows for spells, cool particle affects, to be the focus of eye appeal. Lego Universe is going to be the biggest resource hog there is, if what this quote says is true. Blizzard will update their color maps on their models, maybe use some displacement mapping, bump mapping, but don't expect more geometry, thats another animal.
Apr 27th 2009 1:12PM “The return of the King. Jana convinces the Alliance that Arthas was simply under the spell of the lich king and never did any of the terrible terrible things; he was merely a vehicle of destruction. Jana is able to finally break through to Arthas and free him from the grips of the lich, With Yogg finally destroyed, the lich’s power grew substantially weak.”. Anything is possible.
Apr 26th 2009 2:28PM I’m willing to bet that Varian and Hellscream have been bewitched by Yogg at an attempt to destroy the alliances from within. I’m sticking to the idea of players being able to jump faction ships and create new alliances. How cool would that be? Being able to battle alongside horde as an alli or vs. versa.
Apr 26th 2009 2:10PM *Blizzard introduces faction re-customization*