During his GDC presentation last week, former 'WoW' game director Jeff Kaplan ranted about "medium envy" and how games shouldn't try to be more than what they are: entertainment. Read More...

The large, empty space in front of Blizzard's offices we saw last year when we got a tour of the office has now been filled. Hint: It's big. Read More...

To celebrate its 200th issue, the staff at Edge magazine chose the top 100 games they think you'll want to play here and now. Read More...

That's not a headline I write lightly, but after an hour-long demo last week of InstantAction's new browser-based gaming tech. and about its future potential -- "World of Warcraft" via Facebook, anyone? -- it could be a game changer. Read More...

A WoW Insider reader revealed that a visual effects artist who won an Oscar at last night's Academy Awards for his work on "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" is a guild leader in "World of Warcraft." Steve Preeg, who's also worked on the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," plays a Rogue in the game. Not sure how he finds the time, but congrats to Preeg on his sweet loot. [WoW Insider]

Comics blogger Rick Marshall from MTV's Splashpage visited the DC Direct booth at Toy Fair, where he snapped a few pictures of the hot new "Resistance" and "World of Warcraft" figures coming out this year. Read More...

Blizzard doesn't itemize "World of Warcraft," but free-to-play MMO "Perfect World International," a game that's grown to over a million users in North America alone since its open beta last September, had players willing to pay the price of a full retail game for an extremely rare mount. Read More...

Blizzard announced that its fourth gaming convention will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California on August 21-22. This year's event will also be bigger; it's expanding from three halls to four. Read More...

Jeff Kaplan, the lead designer of "World of Warcraft," has announced that he's going to be working on Blizzard's next-gen MMO full-time. Read More...

You can probably guess the most and least profitable platforms for a company like Activision Blizzard, but seeing the hard numbers really puts it in perspective; the Wii accounted for 15% their total profits in 2008, while PSP only made up 1%. Read More...

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