Often, when we talk about weird foods, they are out of Japan. This time the foodie oddity is from South Korea in the form of a cooking show with a World of Warcraft theme. The show’s name translates to “Wow!
This fall, gamers will be able to get your mitts on the official World of Warcraft cookbook from Simon & Schuster. Written by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, the book features real world interpretations of food that players might see in the game.
Twitch user Rudeism likes to do things differently. No, really. Sometimes he plays Portal with a guitar controller or Mirror’s Edge on a steering wheel. This guy marches to the beat of his own drum. Now he wants to dance his way to victory!
It’s easy to know when you reach the next level in the World of Warcraft universe. You hear a nice “ding” and you can enjoy your newfound prowess. In the real world, it can be hard to determine when you have reached the next level.
World of Warcraft players will be familiar with the goblin copter. It’s a cartoonish flying device that goblins fly around for whatever reason goblins need for taking to the air. One geeky fan of the game has actually built his own goblin copter.
Why is it that the McDonald’s here in the U.S. don’t get any of the cool, and weird foods that the chain gets in other countries? Here in the U.S. we also don’t get cool restaurant makeovers, all we get are the playgrounds taken out.
This accomplishment must have cost this guy his sanity. You see those stats? Those are the stats for the first person known to have unlocked all of the 2057 achievements currently available in World of Warcraft.
Colin Farrell has been in a number of movies, one of the most recent being the Total Recall remake that didn’t totally suck. Farrell is reportedly up for the lead role in a movie based on a video game, and an incredibly popular video game at that.
Minecraft Forum member Rumsey made a full-scale replica of the World of Warcraft map made of Minecraft blocks. He wrote a custom application that automatically voxelized every bit of WoW, “down to the last tree stump”, to create a Minecraft map made of 68 billion blocks.
World of Warcraft publisher Blizzard has recently blocked Iranian fans of the role-playing game from being able to access its servers. The blockage comes as Blizzard makes moves to ensure that it is complying with US federal law having to do with trade restrictions and economic sanctions.
Fans of World of Warcraft have been clamoring in anticipation for the next expansion pack for the video game to launch. That expansion pack is called Mists of Pandaria and is set to release on September 25.
USAopoly continues to mash up the popular board game Monopoly with other famous brands, creating two-headed cash cows of fan service, like this World of Warcraft Collector’s Edition. I wouldn’t be surprised if they came up with Monopoly x Tekken x Street Fighter.
SteelSeries has been producing branded peripherals with the World of Warcraft theme in conjunction with Blizzard for a long time. Back in 2010, SteelSeries launched a wired Warcraft mouse, and now a new wireless mouse has turned up aimed specifically at WoW players.
I’ve had several friends over the years talk me into trying to play World of Warcraft with them over the years. I gave it a go on more than one occasion and always left after a few days because to me the game was rather boring.