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BlizzCon 2010

BlizzCon 2010 report by Stuart Kerley

Dissertation Writing Assistance Quotes Blizzard has just wrapped up their annual convention at the Anaheim Convention centre in California. Despite the fact that Blizzard had no major announcements to make this year we still got a kick ass event with a good insight into the folk behind the company.

As you’d expect, all things WarCraft centred on the imminent release of the new expansion, Cataclysm. Here at GamingHeaven we’ve been providing coverage of the beta as it’s developed over the summer and fans at BlizzCon had an opportunity to play the latest build to get a taste of what everyone will be experiencing in a few weeks time.

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Creative Writing Descriptions In the dungeons and raids panel we got a sneak peak at the planned changes for patch 4.1, the first major content patch after Cataclysm is released. The highlights included:

  • Firelands Raid, a new 10/25 player raid to take the fight for Mount Hyjal to the elemental plane of fire and the home of Ragnaros
  • Abyssal Maw Dungeon, a new 5 player dungeon that extends the storyline of Vashj’ir, one of the two starting zones in Cataclysm
  • Enhanced dungeon and raid maps, showing detailed boss information such as lore, loot and abilities
  • Revamped lower level dungeons, rebuilding the classic 1-60 dungeons in Azeroth in line with current dungeon philosophy

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Research Paper Xenotransplantation Other panels, such as the Quests & Lore panel or the Class panel were an open Q&A. Often open Q&A’s live and die by the quality of the questions being asked and the engagement of the crowd. Thankfully this year the questions were reasonably sensible and both the crowd and the developers on stage provided solid entertainment.

http://loscompadres.mx/my-homework-windows-8/ My Homework Windows 8 The news on StartCraft 2 centred on a new set of custom maps that have been developed by Blizzard that will soon be available on Battle.net. These new maps include:

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  • StarJeweled

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Write A College Paper For Me The big news for Diablo 3 that we were all waiting for was a release date. Unfortunately Blizzard didn’t feel that this was the time to let that particular cat out the bag, so all Diablo fans will just have to wait a bit longer to find out when they will be able to free their inner demon killer.

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  • Five powerful character classes to choose from, including the barbarian, witch doctor, wizard, monk, and demon hunter.
  • Brand-new 3D graphics and physics engines enhanced with spectacular visual effects
  • Numerous indoor and outdoor areas detailing new regions in the world of Sanctuary
  • Interactive environments with dangerous traps and obstacles, and destructible elements
  • Randomly generated worlds bolstered by scripted events for endless and dynamic gameplay
  • Vast assortment of fiendish monsters, with unique attack patterns and behaviors
  • New quest system and character-customization options for the ultimate action RPG experience
  • Multiplayer functionality over Battle.net with support for cooperative and competitive play

BlizzCon this year had a different feel to it. In previous years Blizzard have had at least one major announcement up their sleeve but that wasn’t the case here. The reason? 2010 has been a big year for Blizzard. They’ve never released two games in the same year, and with the massive success of StarCraft 2, and the huge anticipation of Cataclysm who could blame them for taking things a little easy at BlizzCon.

They did provide us with some interesting news and an insight into the upcoming changes to WoW along with an appreciation into the amount of work that goes into the games they make. With the lack of a major news item however it seemed the pressure was off the Blizzard staff a bit this year and it appeared, to me at least, that they decided to have a little bit more fun.

BlizzCon is always a great event, and 2010 was no different.

Now, all we have to do is survive Deathwings ascent from Deepholm, and we’ll be looking forward to BlizzCon 2011.

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