No ‘Warcraft’ in 2009

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15 Responses

  1. Cowbane says:

    Obviously you've never heard of Blizzard's "Soon TM"

  2. Keith R.A. DeCandido says:

    Er, the 2007 BlizzCon was only one year ago, not two……

  3. David says:

    I hope that they at least have a Leeroy Jenkins cameo or reference in the film.

  4. Anonymous says:

    *Sigh.* Alliance perspective only and 'a mix of live action and computer animation'? Count me out. Put a nice mix of Horde and Alliance, and make it fully CG, then I'll be excited.

    • Anonymous says:

      I couldn't agree more.

      • Anonymous says:

        You got that right.. I thought it would be all CG but then i saw a mix of live action etc.. the way i have it pictured in my head, it will end up looking cheap imo.. plus just having an alliance perspective? it will make the horde look like the axis lol

        • Jonathan (the other says:

          Sadly, that would fit the way a lot of Horde players act. If anyone would bother reading the backstory, they'd see that the Horde were first forced together because of the hatred and distrust of the humans in the Alliance (one reason why Jaina Proudmoore was exiled to Theramore Isle, rather than being one of the high muckety-mucks back in Stormwind – she refused to break the alliance with Thrall when her father, the Admiral, decided it was time to wipe the orcs out once and for all). I mean, the orcs hate the Legion worse than anybody else, even the night elves, because they used to be its slaves; the Darkspear trolls were exiled by their own kind for not being vicious enough; the tauren were turned down by the Alliance because of their longstanding feud with the Cenarion centaurs over grazing lands; even the blood elves, despite their problem with magic addiction, mostly just want to go home (if only the night elves would let them). The only Horde members who are actually a threat to Azeroth are the Forsaken, and that's because they want to spread the benefits of undeath to everyone – whether they want said benefits or not.From the Horde's perspective, the Alliance is a collection of weak races, totally unprepared to defend Azeroth when (not if) the Burning Legion returns. (From the Alliance perspective, the Horde are a bunch of raving lunatics who keep attacking their strongholds; the Horde only does that to try to keep everyone on their toes, ready for the inevitable.)Sadly, most of the Horde players I've run into only choose that side because they think the Horde must be EEE-vill, and EEE-vill is kewl.

  5. Cameron says:

    The mix of computer animation I am sure will only be used for characters that would be hard to represent in costumes, as well as spells. I am sure that a lot of the computer animation will be used for fireballs, soul drains, and such. You can't exactly make fireballs fly through the air very well without a little computer animation.

  6. Schwein says:

    I'd prefer something a bit more like LOTR. It'd really immerse the World of Warcraft.

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  9. John says:

    Seriously, they shouldnt make a new plot. Make a movie out of warcraft 3 and it will make the world crazed over the film! It would make LOTR look like nothing.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Dude. Blizzard's gotta get it's game together. Spread yourself too thin and you don't stand out.

  11. Viz says:

    lol ppl who say "I can imagine this film in my head and it's gonna suck cause of blah blah blah live action dead animation whatever else your blabbing about" Well yeah, in your head its gonna suck, thats why your not directing it, or writing it, or editing it, or mixing it, or even PAing on it.

  12. kelvin says:

    It is nice game and good graphics fetcher. —————kelvinAnybody know where the World of Warcraft European servers are located? Someone said they are all in Britain but I am not sure. Would they have some in Germany, some in Finland etc?I am trying to do a business plan for my own massive multiplayer game and was wonder how they spread out the resources. WoW Europe Gold