World of Warcraft Wisdom
Sometimes, the realities of life demand more of our time, and we have to make changes to our time in Azeroth - specifically, finding less time-consuming ways to get our 'World of Warcraft' fix.
In 'World of Warcraft,' we try to find ways to make the game easier and more enjoyable - such as finding the right 'add-on.' But what does our need for more control mean in our actual lives?
'World of Warcraft' has made heroes of us all. In doing so, as we travel through Azeroth, we follow the archetype of the heroic journey. In this edition of 'World of Warcraft Wisdom,' I look at the journey and the role it plays in our reason for gaming.
The Game Rant team discusses a panda-filled expansion, the prices of current video games, EA's Season Ticket, disgruntled fans of a popular FPS, and the confirmation of multiplayer for a popular RPG.
As Blizzard trademarks the name 'Mists of Pandaria,' gamers are wondering if they are laying the framework for the fourth 'World of Warcraft' expansion.
As Blizzard makes updates to the Real ID system, in this edition of 'World of Warcraft Wisdom,' I look at the importance of socializing in WoW.
Without realizing it, 'World of Warcraft' immerses players in a full, self-sustaining free market - one which would make Adam Smith and other students of capitalist economics proud.
I return to one of my favorite questions: In what manner do we exist in 'World of Warcraft' and virtual reality? How closely do we create characters that resemble who we are in the real world? Let's take a moment and dig deeper in to the issues of identity.
I close out my recent look at the various 'WoW' expansions and focus on 'World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.' Here we look at the expansion and the manner in which it helps casual and experienced gamers alike.
We return to our series on the 'WoW' expansions - this time revisiting Northrend and looking at the good and the bad in 'World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King.'