Blizzard is making the most out of a bad situation.
In after-hours trading, Activision Blizzard's stock price fell 5 percent to $14.49 a share. The fall may be due to the drop in World of Warcraft numbers and the comments about the second half.
BlizzCon tickets will be sold in two batches this year.
Heart of the Swarm tries so hard to suck you in, but the story is just so far-fetched that you almost feel like your intelligence is being insulted.
More than 1.1 million also viewed the livecasting broadcast of the launch.
Even with a new Zerg campaign and seven additional units for multiplayer, this expansion feels like retreading similar -- albeit well-designed -- ground.
Plan out your revenge with this fully detailed list of all the unlockable abilities and unit evolutions in the latest StarCraft II expansion.
Twitch broadcasts the event live, and gamers line up at stores by the thousands.
Here's a handy little tip from Blizzard to get you playing tonight's StarCraft II expansion faster.
Blizzard plans a bunch of launch parties around the globe for the March 11 game expansion launch.
These were the biggest letdowns and most bizarre absences from Sony's PlayStation 4 unveiling.
David Bowie's son to direct the long-in-development Warcraft film.
Pictures from Blatant Copyright Infringement Land (aka Joyland) in China.
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Blizzard is abandoning the promised player-versus-player mode for Diablo III because it isn't any fun.
Big failures and surprise successes marked 2012 for the games industry.
The world's biggest independent game publisher sets the tone for the holiday selling season.
Every year, the black-tie gala "Nite to Unite -- for Kids" raises money to support the Entertainment Software Association Foundation.
24GBs and 68 billion blocks later, Azeroth has made its way to Minecraft.