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Play World of Warcraft for free up to level 20

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2011

If you haven’t been bit by the WOW bug yet, Blizzard is hoping to entice you by allowing you to play unrestricted up to level 20 before the game starts asking for money. At that point you can choose to ditch your character and all that hard work, or pay $20 for the full game along with the Burning Crusade expansion which ups your level cap to 70 and opens Outlands, and the Blood Elf and Draenei races.

Also, the Burning Crusade expansion is completely free to everyone who has the game and hasn’t already bought it. Seems like a good time to get into WOW.

World of Warcraft foot pedal

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on June 30th, 2010

Can you believe WoW is still going strong after all these years? And StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is on it’s way now too. And WoW players need every edge they can get, even if it comes in the form of a foot pedal that looks like your grandma’s sewing pedal.

This one-button pedal will help players perform macro actions using just their feet, freeing up both hands for other important uses. For just $30 you can get your feet in the game and gain some extra advantage on screen.

Creative Sound Blaster World of Warcraft wireless headset

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

World of Warcraft is the biggest game ever. It’s like crack. Players log hours that amount to huge stretches of their life, so it’s no surprise that they buy WoW branded accessories to go along with it. This Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headset is the latest. It delivers all the sounds, without the wires.

The ear cups have two interchangeable panels that show your love for either the Alliance or HordeTHX. TruStudio PC sound technologies deliver quality depth of sound with virtual speakers surrounding the listener and VoiceFX lets you change your voice whenever you want through a standalone service like Ventrilo. The glowing side panels can also be programmed to display different colors, with over 16 million colors to choose from.

Orcish World Of Warcraft PC case

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Orcish World Of Warcraft PC caseI’m not a WOW player, but this PC case with WOW art on it looks pretty damn sweet, featuring some Orc artwork. The translations make it difficult to figure out, but this is either a retail case or a PC case mod that will cost you $299.

If I was an uber WOW geek, I would snag this one up quick and brag to all of my guild mates about it. Then they would have no choice but to make me guild leader. One day it will happen. One day. It has to. It’s all I have. It is my destiny.

WoW Pod is your new World-of-Warcraft home

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 21st, 2009

WoW Pod is your new World-of-Warcraft homeDo you love World of Warcraft? Do you love it so much that you basically never leave the computer and have a functioning toilet built into your computer chair. Is your desk and keyboard stained orange from living off of cheesy puffs? Here’s your new home. Er, hut.

The WoW Pod is exactly what you need. It has food paks, a cook pot, stove and a throne with built-in toilet. There’s also surround sound. It’s made to look like an Orc’s hut. Sadly they would have to build this hut around your sorry butt, as you won’t be moving away from the computer anytime soon.

Get your drink on with World of Warcraft Steins

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2009

Get your drink on with World of Warcraft SteinsGetting ready for a long night of playing World of Warcraft? Do it right. Have some brew ready and pour it in these nerdgasmic World of Warcraft Steins. Your drunk will level up with every sip.

Plus, next time you are at one of your conventions, pull this out of your bag and impress some wizard ladies. All your geek friends will be envious. It might even score you some elf babe with a huge treasure chest. These fancy geek cups will cost you $89.99 to $174.99.

World Of Warcraft theme on BlackBerry

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2009

World Of Warcraft theme on BlackBerryWorld of Warcraft has a huge fanbase. The kinds of fans that are actually into tech as well. So it makes sense to have a World of Warcraft Today theme for the BlackBerry Curve. WoW fans can now get in-game graphics and icons on their communications devices, and probably helpful reminders about any guild raids they may have planned.

Just when you thought you could get a gamer out of the WoW universe for a few minutes, something like this comes along and pulls them back in. Sure, it’s not like you get to play on your iPhone, but the theme certainly gives BlackBerry that in game feel. Horde and Alliance themes can’t be far behind.


Limited Edition World of Warcraft keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 12th, 2008

Limited Edition World of Warcraft KeyboardWhen it comes to WoW, it seems like gamers can never have enough extra buttons and keys despite the fact that they only possess two hands. Hot on the heels of the SteelSeries gaming mouse, comes this Limited Edition World of Warcraft Keyboard for $69.99. Or as Amazon calls it, the “SteelSeries Zboard Limited-Edition Wrath of the Lich King Bundle with Zboard Keyboard, Keyset, and Standard Qwerty Keyset”. Phew. That’s a mouthful. Let’s face it, you are playing to kick ass. This keyboard should help you kick ass and take names.

It comes packed with features that give it optimal performance in the WoW game with specific keys assigned for Raiding and Player vs. Player (PvP) gameplay, strategic placement of color-coded labeled keys, one-touch macros for frequent commands like roll, duel and invite. It also allows for 7 simultaneous keystrokes, as opposed to the industry standard of 2-4. Order one today and it will come with such bonus features as “avoiding real people…failing to shower funk sensor…Cheeto resistant keys….and more. Ok, I made that last bit up.

World of Warcraft passes 11 million subscriber mark

Posted in Games,MMORPG by Shane McGlaun on October 29th, 2008

World of WarcraftAsk your average gamer to name a MMORPG and odds are the name World of Warcraft will be blurted out. WoW is and has been the most popular MMORPG around for years and it continues to gain popularity as new expansion packs are released.

The second expansion pack for WoW is launching next month and is called Wrath of the Lich King. Blizzard Entertainment says that WoW has now reached 11 million subscribers worldwide just as the beta for the next expansion pack is ending.

TN Games 3rd Space Vest for World of Warcraft

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on October 3rd, 2008

TN Games 3rd Space Vest for World of WarcraftThis may be the best thing since the six sided die, for those who like to run around in fantasy worlds like WoW. Thanks to this vest World of Warcraft players will soon be able to live out their fake life in greater detail.

Players wearing the vest will feel damage as their characters receive hits in the game. If you get beat up alot, you may not want to wear this vest. But you’ve already developed carpal tunnel and become a hermit in your home, so why not? TN Games will be demonstrating the vest at this year’s E for All Expo in Los Angeles from Oct. 3 through Oct. 5.

Blizzard says Latin America version of WoW coming soon

Posted in MMORPG by Shane McGlaun on March 27th, 2008

World of Warcraft ScreenIf you are a PC gamer chances are that you have probably played World of Warcraft or at least know one or ten people who do. WoW is one of the most popular PC games ever and currently has about 10 million players around the world.

Blizzard is looking to add to that 10 million subscriber number and announced today that it will be producing a version of the game for Latin America. The new version should begin shipping in mid 2008. The new version of WoW is said to be based on the European Spanish version of the game that is already available.


Dell reveals new World of Warcraft themed laptops

Posted in Dell,Notebooks by Nino Marchetti on December 4th, 2007

Dell XPS M1730Alliance or Horde? That’s the question Dell and Bizzard Entertainment are asking you to consider as you choose which new World of Warcraft themed gaming laptop you want. The new Dell XPS M1730 World of Warcraft Edition notebook PC has a starting price of around $4,500.

The XPS M1730 World of Warcraft Edition notebook PC seems to be fully geared towards the World of Warcraft diehards. You can pick from one of two laptops emblazoned with the Alliance or Horde logos in addition to other WoW artwork. The computers in this line can be outfitted with an pptional over-clockable Intel Extreme Edition Core 2 Duo processor, up to 3.4GHz as well as NVIDIA SLI graphics power and 512MB of dedicated video RAM with DirectX 10 support. The M1730’s monitor is 17-inches of high definition viewing fun.