World of Warcraft is an aging game, perhaps living far longer than anyone might have expected. Faced with intense competition from all sides, can WoW recover and be great again?
Is it time for a redemption arc? After years of mismanagement from Activision, it seems that Blizzard is seeking to repair long-standing damage to the game and its community.
World of Warcraft is undoubtedly in free-fall decline, and the studio's co-lead Mike Ybarra did little to assuage fan's fears that the game is in a death spiral with this out-of-touch tweet.
Activision Blizzard has been accused of operating a "frat boy" culture, where women are denied equal pay and opportunities, while also being subjected to sexual harassment.
Is World of Warcraft about to suffer another cataclysm? Let's explore some of the main reasons WoW players are actively jumping ship, seeking greener MMO pastures.
World of Warcraft's decline in quality is contributing to a surge in interest in Final Fantasy XIV. The only thing Blizzard can blame for this, however, is itself.
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