An army of angry Winnie the Poohs is preparing to storm this year’s BlizzCon "They can't ban us all."

Everyone is expecting this year’s BlizzCon to be a shitshow of epic proportions, and for good reasons. Now it looks like the Blizzard/China hullabaloo is even going to result in an army of Winnie the Pooh costumed activists trying to …

8 ways people are striking back at Blizzard for being ChiCom lap dogs #BoycottBlizzard.

The internet is striking back at Activision Blizzard after it suspended Hong Kong Hearthstone champion Blitzchung and confiscated his winnings for expressing support for the Hong Kong protests. Here’s a quick rundown on what’s currently happening, in no particular order: …

The big list of China’s corporate puppets Reddit doesn’t want you to see A far greater issue than a few spineless suits at Activision Blizzard and NBA.

Game publisher Blizzard recently caused a stir by banning Hearthstone champion Blitzchung and confiscating his winnings for verbally supporting his native Hong Kong in a livestreamed post-match interview. It couldn’t have happened at a worse time for Blizzard. NBA had …

Blizzard suspends Hearthstone champion Blitzchung for supporting Hong Kong The video game developer/publisher is the latest corporation to publicly humiliate itself in service of Chinese masters.

Hong Kong-based Hearthstone champion Ng Wai Chung, better known as “Blitzchung,” has been removed from Hearthstone Grandmasters after pro-Hong Kong comments made in a post-match interview this weekend. During the interview, the professional Hearthstone player expressed his support for the …

Fat activists furious that Overwatch character isn’t fat enough They were hoping she’d be morbidly obese.

There are a lot of things in the world to be upset about, but few issues matter as much to fat activists as the portrayal of fictional characters in video games. In a newly released Chinese New Year update for …

Year in Review: 2016’s biggest freakouts over video games A shortlist of all the video games moral crusaders lost their minds over in 2016.

From sexy clothing to political references, no video game is without sin when you’re on an eternal search for content to be outraged by. The moral crusaders, who embed themselves firmly within the games press, blast their outrage to millions …

Why Blizzard’s decision to crack down on porn memes for Overwatch Is odd Plenty of other game franchises have similar adult content floating around.

The golden rule of the Internet is Rule 34. It’s not some lofty dictum about caring for others, but the simple principle that if something exists there will be porn of it. And Blizzard’s new massively popular game Overwatch is …

Murder duo busted after confessing in World of Warcraft The matter was too sensitive for "MSN chat lines," so Blizzard's MMORPG was the obvious choice.

A gruesome report coming to us from Canada tells the tale of two teenage boys (16 and 18) who raped and murdered an 18-year-old girl after she apparently ignored their textual advances. The victim, Kimberly Proctor, was found dead under …

Blizzard files suit against makers of Starcraft II cheats Canadian, Peruvian programmers sold map hacks and cheats for the popular RTS.

Blizzard started the month of October by banning 5000 cheaters in Starcraft II. Out to show they mean business, the developer is now going after the hackers who created the cheats and taking them to court. Last week Blizzard filed …

ESRB accidentally releases nearly 1,000 Real ID e-mail addresses They were privacy advocates, too.

Recently, Blizzard made it known what their intentions were for the implementation of their new Real ID system, which in all truth sounded pretty cool. That is, except for one thing: removing anonymity from users on their forums. Fortunately, after …