It might not be considered as exclusive content per se, but developer Moon Spider has done us a big favor by accepting our invitation for a new livestream dedicated to their very first game, Harold. Back in 2012 we were one of the few websites to tell you about this upcoming independent game and we were quite enthusiastic. If you need to refresh your memory, make sure to check out our preview. Head of studio Loris Malek and composer Olivier Derivière will be there with us to answer our questions and yours and present you the game as we try to play. We hope you'll be curious enough to be there at 09:45 p.m. CET tomorrow, as we want to belive it'll be worth your while. Update: The replays are up, but given the size of the videos, the streams will take a while to generate.
Destiny 2 comes out in September and they haven't even announced it. (11 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: Really looking forward to RDR2 but it's odd that we're like 7 months after the debut trailer and nothing else. Really wonder if they actually launch it this year too. (21 minutes ago)
Activision doesn't "own" Blizzard Entertainment. Activision Blizzard owns Blizzard Entertainment. They didn't buy Blizzard. That was a merger. (54 minutes ago)
There's a lot of internal politics at play at ActivisionBlizzard. I doubt killing the battle.net brand was a unanimous decision. (56 minutes ago)
It's not like the sell it anymore anyway. "Very generous" seems a bit overstated. And what we know of their "free reign" is probably less than informed than you think. (56 minutes ago)
Blizzard giving the original StarCraft for free is very generous of them. Weird to think Activision owns it, even though Blizzard has free reign. One of the best onwed by one of the worst. (4 Hours ago)
StarCraft Remastered's additions - more in the article - and the fact that Blizzard will make the original StarCraft free, and let players of the original play with those of the remastered is great. (4 Hours ago)