In late 2007 I started playing a little game called World of Warcraft. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? Proving the power of marketing, I saw a commercial on TV featuring the colorful box and it looked interesting enough to try.

This discovery was the natural progression of a curious gamer mind (I have loved PC games for a long time having played everything from the original Fallout to RTS games like Orcs vs. Humans) and long before that, MUD like games on my old commodore 64 when I was a kid, which should give you an indication of how old I am and how long I have been playing!

But I digress, I find fulfillment in being both a massive online gamer (mog) and blogging commentaries about them.

This blog is also an aggregate of notable industry points and other threads from mmo bloggers and youtubers. I started playing wow again from time to time, currently I have returned to retail in anticipation of the new expansion Battle for Azeroth. I plan to level a few toons on both factions, but with world pvp coming to the game, I will mostly play my main horde.

I am also playing Neverwinter and orginal EQ when time permits or when I get bored of running around Azeroth. However, I quit playing Dark Age of Camelot when I was having server drops on my laptop last year, but IĀ  may return to it on my desktop to see if the game is more stable.

anyhow, Pull up a chair, boot up that rig, and enjoy!

Twitter: @mogcommentary

email: waldo81270@gmail.com


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  1. sillymili says:

    Hi, do you have an email or Facebook page I can contact you at?
    Omerta Game Limited

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