Blizzard @ Gamescom 2010


Blizzard has announced via their European site that they will be attending this year’s Gamescom Expo in Cologne.

We’re pleased to announce that Blizzard Entertainment will be at gamescom 2010 next month. Visitors to the Blizzard Entertainment booth, located in Halle 6, B21 & B31, will have the opportunity to play our upcoming games and hear our latest news and information.

From Thursday 19 until Sunday 22 August, gamescom in Cologne, Germany will be open to the public. Find out more about the show and how to get there at www.gamescom-cologne.com.

Last year’s BlizzCon was in late August, the same weekend as Gamescom 2009, which was very cool, since they sent the same build of Diablo 3 to that show as they used at BlizzCon. So we got a bunch of new screenshots, our first look at the Act 2 desert areas, new concept art, and lots of other goodies from Cologne a couple of days before Blizzcon began.

This year Blizzcon isn’t until October 22-23, two months later than Gamescom. Will Blizzard reveal some new Diablo 3 stuff that far before BlizzCon? Will Diablo 3 even be present at the show? Time, and perhaps @Diablo, will tell.

Thanks to inDiablo.de for the tip.

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  1. From what I found from searching is that: staffs is only being used for staves on these weird web only dictionaries (the weird thing is in the example sentences they use staves), the only other usages are as shorthand for Staffordshire or hiring members of staff instead of hire dunno why. (The only origin I can think of for ‘ff’ to ‘ffs’ instead of ‘ves’ for staves is non speakers following the add an s to make it plural rule). For more than one member of staff the plural is still just staff. For the stick and the musical staff its staves. If you use staffs your not a native English speaker.

    Hence since they are talking about sticks it one staff or many staves if the use staffs then I hope they are not native English speakers.

    As for dwarfs that is a verb i.e. a skyscraper dwarfs it surroundings.
    As for the little people either seems to be acceptable but I expect it a leakage of the verb into the noun, given that all the older sources use the word dwarves.

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