Dec 30th 2011 1:17AM Looks like almost all of the people in the gallery just stopped playing WoW .
Dec 22nd 2011 9:39AM /roll
Nov 8th 2011 11:18PM umm I am pretty sure gold sellers work off of hacked accounts, so being better at stopping gold sellers shouldn't be negative to subscriber rates.
Oct 25th 2011 12:12PM One big difference with 3.3 and 4.3 is that 3.3 had almost twice as many bosses.
Oct 21st 2011 2:30AM let the down voting begin. It is my honest opinion, and I wouldn't have posted it if I wasn't very disappointed.
Oct 21st 2011 2:05AM Although it started out well, the livestream ended up as a disaster IMO. Too many cooks in the kitchen perhaps. Anne and Mike Sacco - I normally LOVE you guys, but tonight made me consider no longer listening to your podcasts/read your posts. It was so rude the way you "uninvited" people mid-sentence, while you kept that short actor guy there forever, when he had absolutely nothing to do with Wow. Hell - you even invited his 10 year old kid to join, while Gamebreaker hosts had nowhere to sit and too little participation. You should take notes and learn from Gamebreaker.tv , as they generally know how to put on a professional stream/production.
And sacco... seriously.. talking about your hair (!!) and about how you're a celebrity makes you look like a fool, and interupting a highly promoted event to let girls "stroke your hair" is creepy and gross, and a huge turnoff from Wow Insider in general.
Apr 27th 2011 10:22AM My son who is 6 years old loves "playing" WoW. To him playing is either soloing underbog on my lvl 85 toon (makes it hard for him to die, even if he's killing them with random AOE abilities), or he flies around Zangarmarsh looking at all his favorite creatures. He doesn't interact with anyone in game, but absolutely loves "playing" This is of course limited time-wise, and he spends a lot of time doing other things too.
Dec 6th 2010 9:49AM ooooh shiny!
Nov 13th 2010 12:32PM @ Drakkenfyre
The game is one played all over the world with servers in other places than the US, and many of the writers on this site are not american.
Nov 12th 2010 11:08AM It doesn't take a psych. degree to make good decisions for your child.
I am not a nutritionist, and don't read a lot of studies on foods, yet i manage to not let my kid eat ice cream for dinner - even when he thinks it's a fine idea. And I also don't demand a law restricting the sale of ice cream.
And as for violence in games and TV - most parent would not let a young child watch R rated movies or play realistic violent games. And when that child is 14 or 15, then the parent should be able to decide how ready they are for said games/movies, and make the decision based on their kids maturity level/ability to segregate reality from make believe.
Even if you want to take this discussion to WoW. Some parents wouldn't want their kids to see/play this game, while others find it ok. My son loves to make me go to Zangarmarsh to "get" bees, "skinnylegs" (fenstriders) and "mushroom guys". If i found that him watching me fight those things affected him negatively, then i would disallow him watching anything related to WoW. It's called parenting. You should try it sometime :p