Tag Archives: op-ed

Why Blizzard Should Avoid World of Warcraft Legacy Servers

Last week, a beloved World of Warcraft private server offering players a chance to relive the magic of vanilla World of Warcraft announced their plans to cease operation thanks to legal notice from Blizzard. That server was Nostalrius, and it only lived for about a year....


The Attack on Titan Fatigue is Finally Setting In

The manga for Attack on Titan will have been running for six years in Japan as of September 9, but the series didn’t really start to take off until the anime debuted back in 2013, at least here in North America. As anyone in the manga industry...


Whatever Happened to RuneScape?

I’ve played RuneScape on and off over the past twelve years, and I’ve watched as their subscribers slowly dwindled. People always say that World of Warcraft has a tendency to lose subscribers from time to time, but no one pays attention to RuneScape. That’s...


The Relationship Between Gamers and Trailer Music

With every trailer comes music to set the mood — and video games aren’t much different. Why is it then that fans of video games can’t seem to let trailers go? I play video games and I listen to music, I’m a big fan...


A Look Back at PlayStation Home and How It Failed

PlayStation Home is nearing its end. In roughly six months, it will cease to exist. For a lot of people that doesn’t mean much, Home was never received well by gamers at large. However, even though it wasn’t a success with the intended audience,...