Blizzard, as you probably already know, was not at E3 this year
(officially, anyway -- they did have at least a few folks wandering the exhibit halls
). But that doesn't mean there wasn't anything for you WoW
fans: both Elizabeth Harper and I were there from WoW.com working with our sister sites Joystiq
, and as WoW
fans, we saw plenty of awesome games and demos that you should know about.
So even if you haven't been paying attention to E3 information on other sites, here's a quick wrapup of ten different things you should know from last week's big convention if you're a WoW
player. There were no big expansion announcements or hints at future Blizzard releases -- they're saving all of that for BlizzCon
this year. But there were a few games to watch, a few booths to marvel at, and a few trends to notice that you'll want to be aware of even if you're spending most or all of your gaming time in Azeroth. Hit the break for the first four.
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