Everyone, I have huge news! Diablo III was announced. With the Internet drooling and licking its chops in eager anticipation of Blizzard's latest devil-puncher, I figured you wouldn't be needing me today. However, gaming news moves with blinding speed, and there is life after Blizzard's Big Day. Thus, I've brought you all kinds of stories -- and only one or two of them are about Blizzard. Promise! Jump past the break to read all about it.
Prepare thy frozen orbs. Blizzard unveiled one additional feature at this year's Worldwide Invitational to absolutely no fanfare whatsoever. The company of the hour has now updated its direct-download service to include both Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. Simply head on over to the Blizzard store, search your closet for the old CD box, and input the accompanying key. You'll unlock the ability to download both Windows and Mac versions of the game as many times as you desire. And the store itself now keeps track of your CD key.
Blizzard has officially announced its long anticipated sequel in the Diablo franchise to great fanfare at the Worldwide Invitational Event in Paris. This finally puts to rest the flurry of rumors that Diablo would be the next Blizzard property to enter the MMO arena. Blizzard’s decision to return to it’s roots is a pretty safe bet, but early game play footage reveals that this new iteration of the cult classic is far more then just a simple graphical update.
Click through to the jump to learn more about the game play and technical changes you can expect.
Only a couple of days until Blizzard's big announcement, and I'm sure you're squirming in your seat with unbridled excitement. It's a shame, then, that nothing's really happened concerning that story since yesterday. Wait! Don't go! Someone designed Pokemon in the Spore Creature Creator. That's cool, right? Jump past the break to read more about the creatively-named Sporemon as well as news of much more significance.
Welcome, one and all, to the brand new Maximum PC website. Lucky for you, we saved the best for last, and it should be coming right after this column. In the meantime, why not read about what happened in the world of gaming today? Read on to hear about Diablo III, Games For Windows, and which flying creatures are the most badass -- presented in the form of a simple chart.
Here we go! The community site Diabloii.net is reporting that Blizzard will be announcing the third game in its epic Diablo series at this week's Worldwide Invitational in Paris. That's right. Diablo III is on its way!
"With this week's speculation over the Blizzard teasers, more and more reports in the media, and numerous tips coming direct us at IncGamers from reliable inside industry sources in the past 24 hours, we now have confirmation from inside sources to say that Diablo 3 WILL be announced on Saturday at WWI Paris 2008."
It's no secret that Blizzard has a big secret. While we can't tell you what awaits eager gamers on June 28, we can tell you about a hidden Blizzard feature you might not know about--and it's every bit as cool as Diablo III. Or World of Lost Vikings. Or Rock N' Roll Starcraft.
E3 is rapidly approaching, which means game publishers are squirreling away their biggest announcements until the fabled trade show. However, that doesn't mean they aren't tossing out a few crumbs of info here and there. Huh? What's that? Diablo 3? Oh yes, you know you want to read more.
It’s that time again, already! What time? You know – yes, even you, snarky guy who’s checking his watch, face scrunched quizzically – it’s time for another Gaming Roundup! A veritable avalanche of news hit today, so let’s get right on it. Otherwise, the sacrifices of the bloggers who bore the brunt of the news will be in vain.