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Dark Horse Comics is teaming with Blizzard Entertainment to produce a new multi-volume hardcover book series, chronicling the history of Warcraft.
World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 1 will focus on the world of Azeroth well before the familiar stories featuring the Alliance and Horde factions in the games, according to Dark Horse.
“We often get questions from players who want to know more about the origins of the Warcraft universe, and the rise and fall of their favorite characters,” COO of Blizzard Entertainment Paul Sams says. “This new series digs deeply into all of that—we can’t wait for players to read it.”
The potential Minority Report sequel TV series has received a pilot order from FOX.
The network, which has been working on the small-screen sequel to Spielberg’s 2002 sci-fi feature since September, has officially picked it up to pilot, reports Entertainment Weekly. Fox had previously given the series a put pilot commitment with reportedly hefty penalties attached.
The Minority Report series takes place 10 years after the movie (with the PreCrime unit dismantled), focusing on a former precog who’s having trouble adjusting to normal life. The precog will team up with a detective who’s also haunted by her past.
New details have been revealed for Microsoft’s Windows 10 browser, codenamed Spartan.
Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans for its next operating system have told The Verge Spartan will include “features not found in rival browsers.” For instance, Spartan will support inking — the ability for users to make notes on web pages with a stylus and share them with other users. The inking service will be powered by Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage, allowing users the ability to access, edit and share the web pages through any browser across multiple platforms.
Great news gamers, IGN has named Ubisoft’s ‘Valiant Hearts: The Great War’ its Free Game of the Month for December. The game has a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars in the App Store, from thousands of reviews, and it typically retails for $4.99.
For those unfamiliar with the title, Valiant Hearts is a popular puzzle adventure game that offers up an engaging storyline and unique mix of puzzle-explore-action gameplay. It first landed on consoles last summer, and then hit iOS in the fall…. Read the rest of this post here