Articles with World of Warcraft tag
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The History of Blizzard & How Their Games Began

Blizzard Entertainment was founded on February 8th 1991, known then as Silicon & SynapseaDuring the first two years, the company focused on creating Windows and Amiga ports of games for other studios. Their ports included titles such as The Lord of the Rings and Battle Chess II. Before becoming the Blizzard Entertainment we know and love today, they developed and released three original games, RPM Racing, The Lost Vikings and Rock n' Roll Racing, with their then publisher, Interplay Productions.In 1994, Silicon & Synapsea were acquired by distributor Davidson & Associates for 6.75 million dollars. Followed by a brief name change

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World of Warcraft - Legion [Personal review and Opinion]

Kingdoms will burn!World of Warcraft - Legion has been released and with that latest expansion, I returned to Azeroth, this time with a very bad aftertaste.People have been playing WoW for very different reasons:Some liked the PvE* or PvP* system, others because of friends whether it's been online or real life or just to talk.Yes some even because of the economy (auction house) - a little 'market' within the player environment to get rid of your scrap, or to even feel like you're an actual broker on Wall Street.Let's be honest: World of Warcraft never had an advanced or even the

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Top Ten Most Metal Games \﹏/

A few recent releases have revived the video game/metal crossover, and after a discussion with a few members in the Opium Pulses chatroom on Steam, I thought I'd go over our top 10 video games that metal heads will appreciate. We'll also mention a few that didn't make the top 10 but are still worth checking out.  10. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2Tony Hawk's video games gave a boost to worldwide interest in skateboarding and created a craze for the genre in the gaming scene too, the controls are tight, the arcade style gameplay was addictive and the soundtracks made staying in

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