Ghostcrawler Leaves Blizzard, Mages in Uproar

Lead System Designer Greg “Ghostcrawler” Street has announced that he’s leaving Blizzard Entertainment to pursue a “great opportunity for something new and exciting.” Mages around the world are supposedly in contact with their lawyers.

For any WoW players out there, how did you feel about Ghostcrawler? Is his leaving a sign of good things to come, or a signal of a sinking ship?

Xbox One Users Banned For Swearing in Upload Studio

If there’s one place where swearing can be considered part of the status quo, it’s in online games. Anybody who has played anything from Call of Duty to Planetside with their voice chat enabled has experienced high-pitched jibes about their sexual preferences towards various creatures of the animal kingdom on more than one occasion.

Microsoft may be content to let this slide, but not with footage on the Upload Store.

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FIFA Manager Admits Defeat

The football management genre is massive in the United Kingdom (and also Germany, as I understand), and when the subject is brought up, your mind will likely shoot to the similarly named Football Manager series. It should do, because EA’s attempt to dent the market has been running for 12 years, and is yet to offer a supreme alternative in what can’t even be considered a two-horse race.

EA have now conceded that point, and FIFA Manager will be bowing out gracefully after it’s latest installment.

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