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Post by Eorl @ 01:14pm 10/11/14 | 2 Comments
BlizzCon 2014 has now officially wrapped up, bringing forth a whole range of new information from the goliath developer. With news about Warcraft, Diablo, StarCraft and now Overwatch, Blizzard has once again shown they are willing to think outside the box when it comes to development.

Blizzard was nice enough to extend an invite to AusGamers for attendance, and our own Stephen Farrelly has offered up his thoughts on the past two days. You can check out each of the articles here: Day One and Day Two.

How was your BlizzCon experience? Were you there in the flesh or sitting back watching from the comfort of your home? Let us know in the comments on your thoughts and stay tuned for more content coming from the show floor.



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Jeffro
Posted 01:37pm 10/11/14
I didn't pay for a virtual ticket so only watched the free stream but the Metallica concert has been leaked on You tube now. They are still rocking after all these years.

Khel
Posted 03:24pm 10/11/14
Yeah, they were suprisingly good
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