World of Warcraft
UK surveillance agencies spied on communities inside games including 'World Of Warcraft' in an effort to keep tabs on potential
So last week I pulled a big lever that deactivated my personal Facebook account. I took the red pill and unplugged myself from the matrix. Sure I'm going to miss staring vacantly at my news feed eight hours a day as amusing pictures of cats and unamusing pictures of peoples babies hone into view.
A mass slaughter of World of Warcraft players has devastated the popular online roleplaying game. Hackers were somehow able
Anders Breivik has agreed to a request from his own lawyers to drop a far-right salute, after families of his 77 victims
On the opening day of the trial, one focus of the prosecution was the revelation that Anders Breivik played World of Warcraft, an online immersive virtual reality game, apparently almost "full-time" for a year.
Today at the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, it was suggested by the prosecution that the Norwegian killer was influenced in his psychotic fantasy by playing "World of Warcraft" -the most famous MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game).
Anders Breivik played World of Warcraft "full-time" for a year, which the prosecution described as a violent game at his
I have been fighting on behalf of the Sith Empire for a week now, and in that time I have come to appreciate certain things. Without wanting to catch too much backlash for this, I have to say that those things almost all fall into the "I am glad this isn't like WoW", or "I am glad this is the same as WoW" categories.
Today, game developers are pushed to find increasingly inventive ways to give this extreme breed of gamer something to work towards. The latest weapon in the developer's arsenal is the concept of "achievements".
Almost a million people have stopped paying for World of Warcraft in the last three months. The sharp drop in subscribers