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There may not be any ads on Diablo at BlizzCon

Over the past few days, Blizzard fans have been thrilled by the idea of ​​a possible Diablo BlizzCon 2018 announcement. It all started when Blizzard released the BlizzCon 2018 program, which included a panel ...

Diablo III will have the cross-play

The cross-play is now an increasingly pressing demand from gamers and all the big companies, with their flagship titles are trying to satisfy their users. Not less ...

The WoW people in support of the DBM modder

If like me you play World of Warcraft for years, for sure you have used add-ons to improve your gaming experience and DBM (Deadly Boss Mods) is for sure among the ...
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Strong hold of Blizzard on third-party apps

Overwatch players who rely on third-party apps to track and improve their performance in Overwatch have been advised that the continued use of such apps could lead to a ...
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Blizzard eliminates the Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm loot boxes in Belgium

Blizzard has announced that it will remove the paid loot boxes from Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm in Belgium after the consequences of last weekend's sentences. The Belgian Commission has declared illegal ...
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After Diablo III we could also watch Overwatch on Nintendo Switch

After the rumor there was confirmation: Diablo III will arrive on Nintendo Switch with some additional content dedicated to The Legend of Zelda. The reunion between Nintendo and Blizzard after fifteen years has ...
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Blizzard confirms that he is at work on several projects related to Diablo

Overwatch and World of Warcraft are receiving most of the attention these days, including summer events and expansions, but that doesn't mean Blizzard has forgotten one of his big names. A new...

NERF reproduces Overwatch's weapons

Are you a fan of Overwatch and do you love NERF weapons? So this is the news for you: Hasbro (owner of NERF) and Blizzard have signed an agreement for the official reproduction of some of the weapons ...

Logitech Announces Change to Board of Directors

LAUSANNE, Switzerland & NEWARK, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Logitech International (SIX: LOGN) (Nasdaq: LOGI) today announced a change in the composition of its board of directors.

Cadence of Hyrule - Review

When the 20 March, during Nintendo Direct dedicated to indie games, was presented Cadence of Hyrule, the public (I in primis) remained a ...

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