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BLizzcon a must!

Discussion in 'WoW Stratics Announcements' started by WoWNews, Aug 27, 2008.

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    A lot of people make lists of things to do before they die, now Blizzcon is suggested as one of the conventions a person must go to as part of that list. With all the speculation, hype and energy I am feeling over my first tript to Blizzcon, I can certainly see why. I find myself still eccstatic at the prospects of this new adventure looming before as well as meeting my fellow Stratics Staffers and friends! I found a bit more about this in an interesting article from WOW Insider.


    Videogame Price Charts (who?) has compiled a list of seven videogame conventions to attend before you die. Unfortunately, the list seems unattainable by design, as they want you to attend E3 before 2007, but besides last week's Leipzig Games Convention and this weekend's upcoming PAX, Blizzard's own BlizzCon is right there on the list.

    We're not sure why you'd want to go to BlizzCon if you didn't happen to be a fan of Blizzard's games, but then again, who isn't a fan? They list the legendary costume contest and the chance to try out PC games as reasons to go (along with meeting your guild -- I did all three at BlizzCon last year), though they forget all of the great Blizzard panels and the entertainment offered at each 'Con (where else can you see Level 70 ETC, besides, you know, in-game).

    Especially since it's going to be bigger than ever this year, there's no question that BlizzCon is going to be awesome. And even if you weren't able to grab a ticket (we're hearing just now that lottery winners are being notified), we'll have everything you need to know and see from Anaheim this October right here on WoW Insider.