A huge PC game launched last week. Maybe you heard of it? Yes, we're talking about Diablo 3. The game was so huge that Blizzard just had to announce some record-setting figures to let you all know how successful D3 has been. Who says PC gaming is dead? It's clearly not.
Diablo 3 was officially unleashed on gamers at midnight. Were you one of the hardcore fans waiting in line for it? Did you stay up all night to get your D3 fix? Guess what? Somebody already beat the entire game.
Want to try Diablo 3 early? You've got this entire weekend to do so because Blizzard is holding a three day open beta for the anticipated game for everyone* to test ahead of its May 15 release. Here's how to get your Diablo 3 on.
World of Warcraft in the palm of your hand? No way! Blizzard hasn't quite figured out how to get the full World of Warcraft (not a watered down port) running on iPhone, but that doesn't mean the company has given up on it.
The last time Diablo reared his demonic head was back in 2000 with Diablo 2 (though his hellspawn would swing back for some rabble rousing in 2001's expansion, Diablo 2: Lords of Destruction). Now, over a decade later, Blizzard is rolling out the much anticipated third entry and the annals of its hack-and-slash: Diablo 3 officially ships out May 15.
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It wouldn't be a convention without people in costumes, most of which are some variation of cleavage and bare midriffs. Here's a video of some of the contestants for the BlizzCon 2008 Costume Contest, and below is the winner,...