hacking towards release
We've endured two delays to get here, but Watch_Dogs is finally within release sights, and ahead of that event we go hands-on with the latest build. Read on for our full thoughts!
inquisitive minds
AusGamers managed to catch-up with BioWare's Cameron Lee, an Aussie expat who serves as a producer on Dragon Age: Inquisition. Check out our full interview!
oracle of ages
Batman: Arkham Knight is set to be Rocksteady's final in the Arkham series, so it's fitting that it's just so damn big. And Batmobiles. Nuff said. Click for more!
to the moon, athena
We caught up with 2K Australia and Randy Pitchford to discuss Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and why Australia is making an impact on the moon. Click for more!
Post by Eorl @ 04:27pm 15/01/14 | 0 Comments
Greg Street, who was previously lead systems designer on Blizzard Entertainment's World of Warcraft team before moving on late last year has been revealed to now be working at Riot Games as Lead Game Designer, according to a report from WoW Insider.

Well known on the World of Warcraft community forums as "Ghostcrawler", Street revealed in late October of 2013 that he would be leaving his pivotal role as lead systems designer, though never gave word on where he would head to next. Before his time at Blizzard, Street was spent nearly a decade at Ensemble Studios as a designer on the Age of Empires franchise, with his last job at the studio before its closure in 2009 working on Age of Empires 3.

Riot Games has only one game under its name, the hugely successful free-to-play MOBA title League of Legends, which has garnered massive followings from around the world including recently bringing together an Oceanic server for us local players.

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