Posts Tagged ‘warcraft’

Other Things You Could Do With That Warcraft Franchise

There’s a Warcraft movie on the horizon. I know this because I saw a trailer for it while I was at a screening of Captain America: Civil War. I didn’t remember much except a dude landed on an eagledoglion- possibly a griffon. PROBABLY A GRIFFON. Also there was a green baby. Thus it was that I went back and watch a whole wodge of trailers and things to find out more. I have gathered that there is a war between humans-looking people and orcs. Also an Odd Couple kind of love plot maybe.

But what ELSE could you do with the franchise? What treats might future screen visits to Azeroth yield? I am going to look at the medium of reality television for potential WoW-ing.

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Cho’Gall (Two-) Heads To Heroes of the Storm

Cho'Gall in Heroes of the Storm

Blizzard have added a new character to the Heroes of the Storm [official site] roster. Er…two new characters? One and a half?

It’s Cho’Gall, the two-headed ogre magi of Warcraft fame. First announced at BlizzCon earlier this month, Cho’Gall’s either “zany and innovative” or “a stupid gimmick” depending on who you talk to. Why? Because each of his heads is controlled by a different player—one for Cho, one for Gall.

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RPS Discusses: Game Movies & How To Bring Back Duke

No Rock, Paper, Shot Take this week, as we thought we’d try out a multi-topic chat about the week in PC gaming instead. Discussed: how to bring back Duke Nukem without it being a horrible mess, whether the Warcraft movie looks any good, whether any game moves are any good and the terrifying lure of idle games.
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CGI Orcs: Peek At Warcraft Movie’s Orgrim Doomhammer

Curious about what the CGI orcs – and the legendary Orgrim Doomhammer in particular – will look like in the upcoming Warcraft movie? As you may have guessed, he’ll look a lot like the picture above, as Wired revealed. Like a big, muscular orc. But with a sparkle in his eyes that says there’s a sweet, sensitive side hidden in there somewhere.

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