006: All the games to play!? Game Overload!
This week Blizzard Umbrella is back for the third recording of the Dusty and Ryan duo. You can now find the show on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play. This week the show discusses the plethora of games Blizzard has available to the community. What does this in terms of how players spend their time or the focus of Blizzard as they continue to develop these games?
What We’re Up to:
Ryan’s guild makes some heroic progress in Nighthold! Much to his dismay Ryan also took the time to do the archaeology weekly for the moose mount. On top of doing the his typical WoW thing Ryan also finished of the HotS Warcraft event, played some competitive Overwatch, and has been continuing to dust off his Hearthstone skills, can you say one shot?!
Dusty and Ryan played some HotS together which caused Dusty to realize how much he appreciates being able to play and communicate with people as he plays games instead of playing solo.
Dusty plays lots Zul’Jin and goes on a win streak. On top of playing lots of Heroes dusty jumps into LFR and does the second wing of Nighthold for the first time. Dusty also hits rank 10 in Hearthstone and looks forward to getting his chest!
Both Dusty and Ryan come from a different perspective when it comes to raiding and briefly discuss how they feel about Nighthold with that in mind.
LFR can be a cesspool!
A Diverse Game Selection:
Blizzard over the years has branched out to a point where they have game options in almost all of the big genres out there. With multiple games of different types available both players and Blizzard are presented with a dilemma of where does their time and focus go. Blizzard obviously has multiple development teams to cover their bases but the players only have so much time in a given week. With that in mind, the questions stands, what does this mean from Blizzards end and from the players end? Does Blizzard design games and events with the intent to get people to play all the games? Do the players reach a point where there is so much to do that they start to miss out due to lack of adequate gaming time? Does this dilemma cause these games to grow more towards a casual player scene or does the hardcore gamer not get neglected? How many players still play non Blizzard games now? Dusty and Ryan give their two cents.
- Farming legendary items will be possible in 7.2 and getting a legendary for an offspec will be easier
- Hearthstone has the Journey to Un’Goro expansion coming soon
- HotS sees lots of heroes changes on the PTR
- Overwatch’s new competitive season is on the doorstep
Another week is in the books as the duo of Dusty and Ryan chat all things Blizzard. Keep looking to see them bring more information and talks to you and they will talk to you next week.
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