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Mists of Pandaria: Pet Battle system details revealed {WoW}

Mar 27th 2012 7:55PM "how to command your pets to be the very best." no pet ever was?

The Queue: Thank the ancestors {WoW}

Mar 25th 2012 2:05PM "Pandaren kites are the flight point mounts in Pandaria."

...oh my god yes.

Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War cover revealed {WoW}

Mar 23rd 2012 9:32PM Sounds just right, actually.

Given that the MoP beta just started, and the Shattering was released two months before Cataclysm's launch... an October release sounds right for MoP.

The power of inclusion in Epic Mickey 2 {Joystiq}

Mar 23rd 2012 2:53PM I am so excited for this. Epic Mickey is one of my favorite games, if only because it's such an adoring love letter to Disney history.

Does the Annual Pass guarantee instant beta access? {WoW}

Mar 23rd 2012 1:49PM Just pointing out that opt-in players are paying customers as well, and have to own accounts in good standing in order to receive an invite. It'd be remarkably unfair to restrict beta access to only those who felt confident they could afford to pay for WoW for 12 straight months.

Mists of Pandaria tries to breathe new life into an old World of Warcraft {Joystiq}

Mar 19th 2012 1:49PM @Paviel Vanilla WoW did lack a "big bad", but it didn't need one - the draw of Vanilla WoW was that you got to explore Azeroth in an entirely new way. The attachment wasn't to a character, but to the world itself.

With that world explored, expansions had to have a character hook to draw you in. And that worked for three straight expansions. But now, Blizzard is out of character hooks (with the exception of Sargeras, but that would be essentially the end of the Warcraft universe, which nobody wants - when WoW dies they could at least put out a Warcraft 4), so they have to return to the Vanilla model of "explore this new world".

I personally like it, and what I've seen is absolutely gorgeous. I look forward to playing.

Mass Effect 3 director defends DLC, endings with 'common sense' {Joystiq}

Mar 14th 2012 8:28PM @TXYeti You are so right! Gamers are the only ones who are ever dissatisfied with a product! Moviegoers certainly never hate the things they go to see and never comment on that, why can't gamers be the same way?

Mass Effect 3 director defends DLC, endings with 'common sense' {Joystiq}

Mar 14th 2012 4:16PM @TXYeti

Yes, how dare they voice this dissatisfaction with a product they paid at least $60 for! They're just whiny brats, clearly.