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  • The theme you have all been waiting for.
    A World of Warcreaft XP theme has been created by Stardock. We think that they wrote this:

    "Now you can enjoy the look and feel of World of Warcraft even when log out of the game, thanks to the specially designed World of Warcraft Windows XP desktop theme pack created by Stardock. Using Stardock's Object Desktop technology, the Worldof Warcraft theme pack changes your title bars, Start menu, icons, push buttons, borders, and much more to mirror the user interface from the game."

     

    Read all about the World of Warcraft XP Theme at The Official Site.

    News
    Thu, Jun 16, 2005
    Boomjack
  • How many Night Elf rogues does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
    World of Warcraft Battlegrounds has been given the once, twice, three times the charm treatment at GameSpy. They might have even written this:

    "We've been to Warsong and Alterac and lived to tell the tale, now two of GameSpy's WoW PvP veterans relate their war stories."

     

    You can read the entire World of Warcraft - Battlegrounds After- Action Report at GameSpy.

    Reviews
    Thu, Jun 16, 2005
    Boomjack
  • WoW, another title for XBox 360?
    Blizzard has been in contact with Microsoft to talk about putting World of Warcraft on XBox 360. 1UP has the scoop. We're nearly positive that they wrote this:

    ""We've been in contact with Microsoft...," said Paul Sams, vice president of business operations at Blizzard. "World of Warcraft was really built with a focus on PC, and while I think it certainly could get to Xbox, it's not something that at this moment we've decided to do.""

    You can read the entire World of Warcraft for XBox 360 Article at 1UP.
    Even more World of Warcraft information is available at WoW.TenTonHammer.com.

    News
    Thu, Jun 16, 2005
    Boomjack
  • The WoW UI may someday be as good as the game. CUI arrives.
    Blizzard has released their Custom User Interface (CUI) tool for your custom user interface pleasure. If you are technically inclined this may make your day. We're almost confident that they maybe wrote this:

    "The World of Warcraft User Interface Customization tool allows users to tweak and customize the User Interface. We welcome our advanced users to download this free tool and explore the possibilies."

    You can read all about the World of Warcraft Custom User Interface Tool at The Official Site.

    News
    Wed, Jun 15, 2005
    Boomjack
  • Battlegrounds movies...Leeroy Jenkins is still teh win.
    Blizzard has posted a Warsong Gultch movie. We think that it's possible they wrote this:

    "This new gameplay trailer features two teams battling it out in Warsong Gulch in a capture-the-flag throwdown. Watch as the blue team powers its way to the all-important flag and brings it home. Is that a Tauren doing a victory dance?"

    You can download the World of Warcraft: Warsong Gultch movie at The Official Site.

    Video, Media
    Tue, Jun 14, 2005
    Boomjack
  • 2 million players. 2 more tips.
    RPGVault has posted their World of Warcraft Tips #28. A friend of a friend said that they wrote this:

    "Comments on whether the Undead race is likely to suit you, plus insights on the Ragefire Chasm instanced dungeon."

    You can read the entire World of Warcraft Tips Article at RPGVault.
    You know you need more tips and we have thousands of them! Get over to WoW.TenTonHammer.com.

    News
    Tue, Jun 14, 2005
    Boomjack
  • Two million players. 1 million rogues.
    Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft has broken the two million paying subscribers mark. We're nearly certain that they wrote this:

    "IRVINE, California – 14 June, 2005 – Blizzard Entertainment® today announced that World of Warcraft&, the company's highly acclaimed subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), has surpassed two million paying subscribers worldwide*. As the game's worldwide population continues to grow, so does the game itself: Blizzard recently introduced the highly anticipated player-vs.-player (PvP) Honor System and the game's first two Battlegrounds, Alterac Valley and Warsong Gulch. These new PvP battlefields offer a variety of fast-paced combat and some of the most valuable rewards yet seen in the game.
    "World of Warcraft continues to surpass all expectations as gamers around the world embrace it with overwhelming support," said Mike Morhaime, president and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment. "We want to thank our players for their incredible response, and we promise to continue supporting World of Warcraft with more updates and content. The new Battlegrounds are just the beginning of greater enhancements to come."
    World of Warcraft recently surpassed the two million mark for paying subscribers. Already the largest MMO in both North America and Europe, Blizzard expects to see even greater growth with the recent commercial launch in China on June 7, 2005. Anticipation for World of Warcraft was already at an all-time high in China, with peak concurrency during the open beta test topping 500,000 players, nearly equal to World of Warcraft's peak concurrency in all three current markets combined. Blizzard expects to see the new mark of two million subscribers shattered quickly with the arrival of players from China in the coming weeks.
    Later in the year, World of Warcraft will also launch in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.
    Even as World of Warcraft debuts in new markets, Blizzard continues to develop new content to keep the game relevant and exciting for current and incoming players. The recent deployment of Battlegrounds illustrates Blizzard's commitment to enhancing the World of Warcraft experience for all its players worldwide. Additional Battlegrounds and more content updates are scheduled throughout the year and beyond."

    Are you one of the two million subscribers? Get yourself over to WoW.TenTonHammer.com.

    Tue, Jun 14, 2005
    Boomjack
  • An interview and advertisement in one.
    Creative Labs interviewed Blizzard's Shane Dabiri about the sounds of World of Warcraft. It's possible that they wrote this:

    "Our goal was to create an epic aural experience. With the world so vast, detailed, and beautiful, it was the sound team's job to make sure the audio matched what the players were seeing on screen. By creating rich ambient loops and having beautiful composed symphonic music, we believe that goal was achieved."

    You can read the entire World of Warcraft Interview at Creative Labs.

    Features, Interviews
    Tue, Jun 14, 2005
    Boomjack
  • Blizzard speaks.
    Gameindustry.biz chatted with Paul Sams of Blizzard. Hoooboy...they wrote this, probably:

    "Since we last spoke, World of Warcraft has been launched around the world; how has the performance of the game compared to your expectations? "

    You can view the entire Blizzard interview at GameIndustry.biz.

    Features, Interviews
    Mon, Jun 13, 2005
    Boomjack
  • Battlegrounds is here.
    IGN has posted an impressions article covering World of Warcraft Battlegrounds. It goes something like this:

    "You'll be entering an instance and will have to wait in a queue, and today it was a fairly long one, averaging 30-45 minutes before you could actually get in on the action. On the bright side, you don't have to stand there in the tunnel like a doofus--you can travel anywhere in the world, even another instance, and basically do whatever it is you would do, were you not waiting to get into the Valley. A small icon will be placed on your compass in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, telling you how long you've been waiting and when Blizzard estimates you'll be inside. You can also pop up a menu here that will allow you to leave the queue or enter another."

    You can read the entire World of Warcraft Battlegrounds Impressions Article at IGN.

    Reviews
    Wed, Jun 08, 2005
    Boomjack
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