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  1. Blizzard is infamous for having high internal quality standards, though these exacting standards sometimes come with a price. It often takes an unbearably long time for sequels and new IP to hit store shelves, but they have traditionally proven worth the wait. Blizzard's titles generally achieve exceedingly strong Metacritic scores, and years-old games like StarCraft 2, Overwatch, and the reigning MMO champion, World of Warcraft, continue to be extremely popular in 2019. Nevertheless, many would argue this ethic translates to a fear of branching out, preventing Blizzard from experimenting with existing franchises and taking chances on edgy offshoots. According to a report from Kotaku, a proposed StarCraft shooter spin-off is the latest casualty of Blizzard's internal review process. According to the report, the StarCraft spin-off was in development for two years before getting canned. The original StarCraft debuted in 1998, and the series remains one of Blizzard's most popular franchises. Though StarCraft is generally seen a cornerstone in the real time strategy genre, this cancelled title switched gears to provide a first-person shooting experience built on the Overwatch engine. The report's sources describe the cancelled title as StarCraft meets Battlefield, which certainly makes us all wistfully bittersweet regarding what could have been. Though there are a million reasons any game could get cancelled, the report suggests the entire team moved to development of Diablo IV and Overwatch 2, two games which are not yet officially announced; this also means nobody lost their jobs as a result of the StarCraft cancellation. As for the prospective Diablo and Overwatch sequels, fans expecting to see either game at E3 shouldn't hold their breath; they are instead rumored to make their debut at BlizzCon in November, at the earliest. Countless video games get cancelled every year, but this one, in particular, hurts more than most. This isn't the first StarCraft spin-off to bite the dust; back in 2002, issue #115 of Game Informer announced StarCraft: Ghost, a PlayStation 2/Xbox/Gamecube spin-off of the ever-popular sci-fi RTS franchise. Sadly, after years of delays and development troubles, the game all but disappeared by the end of the decade. Still, it wasn't until 2014 that Blizzard co-founder Mike Morhaime confirmed the game had been, indeed, cancelled. Despite being cancelled, StarCraft: Ghost remains canon in the larger StarCraft storyline, and the novelization of the game, written by Keith R.A. DeCandido, was published in 2006. It's unclear if the cancelled StarCraft shooter was far enough into development to have a comprehensive storyline yet, but one has to wonder if any ideas from the game will make their way into future projects from Blizzard. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  2. Blizzard is infamous for having high internal quality standards, though these exacting standards sometimes come with a price. It often takes an unbearably long time for sequels and new IP to hit store shelves, but they have traditionally proven worth the wait. Blizzard's titles generally achieve exceedingly strong Metacritic scores, and years-old games like StarCraft 2, Overwatch, and the reigning MMO champion, World of Warcraft, continue to be extremely popular in 2019. Nevertheless, many would argue this ethic translates to a fear of branching out, preventing Blizzard from experimenting with existing franchises and taking chances on edgy offshoots. According to a report from Kotaku, a proposed StarCraft shooter spin-off is the latest casualty of Blizzard's internal review process. According to the report, the StarCraft spin-off was in development for two years before getting canned. The original StarCraft debuted in 1998, and the series remains one of Blizzard's most popular franchises. Though StarCraft is generally seen a cornerstone in the real time strategy genre, this cancelled title switched gears to provide a first-person shooting experience built on the Overwatch engine. The report's sources describe the cancelled title as StarCraft meets Battlefield, which certainly makes us all wistfully bittersweet regarding what could have been. Though there are a million reasons any game could get cancelled, the report suggests the entire team moved to development of Diablo IV and Overwatch 2, two games which are not yet officially announced; this also means nobody lost their jobs as a result of the StarCraft cancellation. As for the prospective Diablo and Overwatch sequels, fans expecting to see either game at E3 shouldn't hold their breath; they are instead rumored to make their debut at BlizzCon in November, at the earliest. Countless video games get cancelled every year, but this one, in particular, hurts more than most. This isn't the first StarCraft spin-off to bite the dust; back in 2002, issue #115 of Game Informer announced StarCraft: Ghost, a PlayStation 2/Xbox/Gamecube spin-off of the ever-popular sci-fi RTS franchise. Sadly, after years of delays and development troubles, the game all but disappeared by the end of the decade. Still, it wasn't until 2014 that Blizzard co-founder Mike Morhaime confirmed the game had been, indeed, cancelled. Despite being cancelled, StarCraft: Ghost remains canon in the larger StarCraft storyline, and the novelization of the game, written by Keith R.A. DeCandido, was published in 2006. It's unclear if the cancelled StarCraft shooter was far enough into development to have a comprehensive storyline yet, but one has to wonder if any ideas from the game will make their way into future projects from Blizzard. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  3. With a new Western-themed animated short, Blizzard introduced the world to Ashe, McCree's former flame and lawless renegade. Ashe runs Deadlock, a band of outlaws that McCree interrupts in the middle of the train heist players have seen the aftermath of on the map Route 66. Blizzard also released a trailer teasing Ashe's gameplay abilities. She appears to have the ability to launch herself in a given direction with a well placed shotgun blast and possesses a mid-range rifle that can be used in a more aggressive sniping style. The trailer shows her able to throw a bundle of dynamite and shoot it to detonate the explosives and take out enemies. Her ultimate move has her summon her trusty robot sidekick Bob to knock up enemies in a line and act as a kind of turret, blasting the people he knocked up while Ashe continues to rain havoc on her foes. Ashe is cool and a great addition to the Overwatch cast. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  4. With a new Western-themed animated short, Blizzard introduced the world to Ashe, McCree's former flame and lawless renegade. Ashe runs Deadlock, a band of outlaws that McCree interrupts in the middle of the train heist players have seen the aftermath of on the map Route 66. Blizzard also released a trailer teasing Ashe's gameplay abilities. She appears to have the ability to launch herself in a given direction with a well placed shotgun blast and possesses a mid-range rifle that can be used in a more aggressive sniping style. The trailer shows her able to throw a bundle of dynamite and shoot it to detonate the explosives and take out enemies. Her ultimate move has her summon her trusty robot sidekick Bob to knock up enemies in a line and act as a kind of turret, blasting the people he knocked up while Ashe continues to rain havoc on her foes. Ashe is cool and a great addition to the Overwatch cast. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  5. A new hero has joined the Overwatch cast that might lack in physical size but brings plenty of firepower along with him. Hammond the Hamster comes from the same lunar colony as Winston where his nightly forays and augmented brain growth around the base led to him becoming a master mechanic. He escaped the colony along with Winston, landing in the Australian outback. There, he modified his escape capsule into a combat mech, gaining notoriety in the robotic fighting arena of Junkertown. After fighting his way up the ranks, Hammond earned enough money to begin traveling the world in search of adventure under his arena name, Wrecking Ball. Wrecking Ball has been designed as a tanky bruiser suited for picking off weakened enemies in the backline. He relies on a set of quad cannons to provide his main damaging moves and can transform into a rolling ball of doom to travel quickly along the ground. But don't feel too save because you play more vertically minded champions, as Hammond can use a grappling claw to swing to different areas, doing damage and knocking back enemies encountered along the way. While airborne, he's capable of performing a piledriver that slams his mech into the ground, damaging enemies in an area and launching them into the sky. He can also create shields that increases in strength proportionally to how many enemies are around. And when his ultimate reaches its full charge, Wrecking Ball can lay down a large area of proximity mines for area denial - or drop them on a group of enemies from above for immediate damage. For Overwatch players eager to get their hands on Hammond as soon as possible, he's already gone live on the Overwatch Public Test Region. To join the PTR, all you have to do is own Overwatch on PC, go to the game in the Battle.net client, change to PTR: Overwatch in the region/account menu, and install the PTR. If you don't care to download the testing version of the game at the moment or don't own Overwatch on PC, you won't have to wait too long to see Wrecking Ball wrecking chumps in the live version of the game. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  6. A new hero has joined the Overwatch cast that might lack in physical size but brings plenty of firepower along with him. Hammond the Hamster comes from the same lunar colony as Winston where his nightly forays and augmented brain growth around the base led to him becoming a master mechanic. He escaped the colony along with Winston, landing in the Australian outback. There, he modified his escape capsule into a combat mech, gaining notoriety in the robotic fighting arena of Junkertown. After fighting his way up the ranks, Hammond earned enough money to begin traveling the world in search of adventure under his arena name, Wrecking Ball. Wrecking Ball has been designed as a tanky bruiser suited for picking off weakened enemies in the backline. He relies on a set of quad cannons to provide his main damaging moves and can transform into a rolling ball of doom to travel quickly along the ground. But don't feel too save because you play more vertically minded champions, as Hammond can use a grappling claw to swing to different areas, doing damage and knocking back enemies encountered along the way. While airborne, he's capable of performing a piledriver that slams his mech into the ground, damaging enemies in an area and launching them into the sky. He can also create shields that increases in strength proportionally to how many enemies are around. And when his ultimate reaches its full charge, Wrecking Ball can lay down a large area of proximity mines for area denial - or drop them on a group of enemies from above for immediate damage. For Overwatch players eager to get their hands on Hammond as soon as possible, he's already gone live on the Overwatch Public Test Region. To join the PTR, all you have to do is own Overwatch on PC, go to the game in the Battle.net client, change to PTR: Overwatch in the region/account menu, and install the PTR. If you don't care to download the testing version of the game at the moment or don't own Overwatch on PC, you won't have to wait too long to see Wrecking Ball wrecking chumps in the live version of the game. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  7. Overwatch has been teasing a new hero for a few days now. Following the recent cosmetics update Blizzard put out a short story update to the Overwatch lore vault. The new addition detailed a mission gone awry that had resulted in a severely injured Torbjörn rescued by Reinhardt. The aftermath of Reinhardt's heroism resulted in a letter penned by Torbjörn to his wife Ingrid. The letter reassures Ingrid that he made it out of harm's way and will be coming home soon... and that Reinhardt will be the one to name their daughter. That daughter is the new hero joining Overwatch: Brigitte Lindholm. Brigitte's abilities haven't been detailed, but from her new origin video we can guess that she will fit into a hardy support character meant to heal or reinforce allies on the battlefield while also able to take some damage by herself. No release date has been given for Brigitte's update, but players can expect to see her fighting for Overwatch in the near future.
  8. Overwatch has been teasing a new hero for a few days now. Following the recent cosmetics update Blizzard put out a short story update to the Overwatch lore vault. The new addition detailed a mission gone awry that had resulted in a severely injured Torbjörn rescued by Reinhardt. The aftermath of Reinhardt's heroism resulted in a letter penned by Torbjörn to his wife Ingrid. The letter reassures Ingrid that he made it out of harm's way and will be coming home soon... and that Reinhardt will be the one to name their daughter. That daughter is the new hero joining Overwatch: Brigitte Lindholm. Brigitte's abilities haven't been detailed, but from her new origin video we can guess that she will fit into a hardy support character meant to heal or reinforce allies on the battlefield while also able to take some damage by herself. No release date has been given for Brigitte's update, but players can expect to see her fighting for Overwatch in the near future. View full article
  9. Blizzard has released a cool new short film focusing on everyone's favorite ice-slinger, Mei. The short, titled "Rise and Shine," tells the story of how Mei went from super scientist to Overwatch's resident freezer following a cryogenic malfunction. A lot can change in nine years. As always, this has us wondering why Blizzard doesn't just animate their own feature film. They are so good at making these extended animations. "Rise and Shine" runs the full gamut of emotions, at times sweet and adorable, at others sad and melancholy. Mei's journey isn't so much one of danger, although that certainly comes up. The majority of the short deals with Mei overcoming the challenges of adapting to a new and hostile environment.
  10. Blizzard has released a cool new short film focusing on everyone's favorite ice-slinger, Mei. The short, titled "Rise and Shine," tells the story of how Mei went from super scientist to Overwatch's resident freezer following a cryogenic malfunction. A lot can change in nine years. As always, this has us wondering why Blizzard doesn't just animate their own feature film. They are so good at making these extended animations. "Rise and Shine" runs the full gamut of emotions, at times sweet and adorable, at others sad and melancholy. Mei's journey isn't so much one of danger, although that certainly comes up. The majority of the short deals with Mei overcoming the challenges of adapting to a new and hostile environment. View full article
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    We're back hosting another Overwatch Tournament with Microsoft Yorkdale Mall in support of SickKids Hospital!ADMISSION AND COMPETING IS FREE!*** TOURNAMENT *** 3 vs 3 Overwatch PC TournamentPlatform: PC, (laptops, headsets, and mice available on site) *Must have Battle Net IDMax # of Players: 32 [Teams of 3]Format: 32 Team, double elimination.Series: Best of 3Game Mode: ControlMaps: Assorted PRIZES TBD Tournament check in time: 11am - 12pm Tournament time: 12pm - 7pm * Register your team by emailing maria@extralifetoronto.com --- Register as a team: Please provide team name and (3) names OR --- Register solo/duo: Please provide name and we will do our best to group you into a team of 3! Registration deadline: Fri, July 14 2017 Space is limited, so please register as soon as possible! The tournament will be streamed live on MIXER Spectators welcome!!! *** RAFFLE *** PRIZE(S) TBA There are lots of ways to enter the raffle! Drop by the Extra Life table at the event to learn how! - - - More details to come, light refreshments will be available!
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  14. Video game Twitter can be a strange place. Twitch streamer S1N3N started it all two days ago when he asked the social media accounts for Final Fantasy XIV and World of Warcraft which game he should purchase. S1N3N streams to a fanbase of about 630 people and can be found streaming games during the late night hours. Fairly innocuous tweet, right? Little did S1N3N know the cosmic forces he had just prodded to life. Sometimes when you shout into the void of cyberspace, cyberspace shouts back at you. You see, someone on the World of Warcraft account heard S1N3N's plea for help and offered the fairly obvious answer that in WOW some players can shoot lasers from their eyes. However, WOW made a classic Twitter blunder: Never retain the @ of your mortal enemy. World of Warcraft's tweet roused the interest of Final Fantasy XIV's social media. They saw laser eyes and immediately went for the one-up. Of course, building-sized meteors of death only made World of Warcraft cackle with malignant malice as they released AN EVEN BIGGER METEOR! However, Final Fantasy was having none of it. They granted that the meteor was indeed larger, but then referred WoW to their moon, which imprisoned the elder primal dragon known as Bahamut, and proceeded to lay some smack talk on Warcraft's mascot dragon Deathwing. Of course, World of Warcraft was loath to be outdone. They threw down the gauntlet of ruin, revealing how much destruction and power was housed in their universe. Moons and meteors? What about entire planets obliterated? As of right now, this is the final tweet in the WoW vs. Final Fantasy Twitter war, but something tells me this might not be the last shot fired.... Oh, and Overwatch kicked back to relax and enjoy the spectacle along with the rest of us.
  15. Video game Twitter can be a strange place. Twitch streamer S1N3N started it all two days ago when he asked the social media accounts for Final Fantasy XIV and World of Warcraft which game he should purchase. S1N3N streams to a fanbase of about 630 people and can be found streaming games during the late night hours. Fairly innocuous tweet, right? Little did S1N3N know the cosmic forces he had just prodded to life. Sometimes when you shout into the void of cyberspace, cyberspace shouts back at you. You see, someone on the World of Warcraft account heard S1N3N's plea for help and offered the fairly obvious answer that in WOW some players can shoot lasers from their eyes. However, WOW made a classic Twitter blunder: Never retain the @ of your mortal enemy. World of Warcraft's tweet roused the interest of Final Fantasy XIV's social media. They saw laser eyes and immediately went for the one-up. Of course, building-sized meteors of death only made World of Warcraft cackle with malignant malice as they released AN EVEN BIGGER METEOR! However, Final Fantasy was having none of it. They granted that the meteor was indeed larger, but then referred WoW to their moon, which imprisoned the elder primal dragon known as Bahamut, and proceeded to lay some smack talk on Warcraft's mascot dragon Deathwing. Of course, World of Warcraft was loath to be outdone. They threw down the gauntlet of ruin, revealing how much destruction and power was housed in their universe. Moons and meteors? What about entire planets obliterated? As of right now, this is the final tweet in the WoW vs. Final Fantasy Twitter war, but something tells me this might not be the last shot fired.... Oh, and Overwatch kicked back to relax and enjoy the spectacle along with the rest of us. View full article
  16. Hey all! I love to play competitive video games such as League of Legends, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, CS:GO, and so forth. I'm ranked pretty high in each game and was looking to see if we could start up an ExtraLife themed team where we could compete either in local events, or online events, and call it ExtraLife. It would probably gain some notoriety with the scene, and cause gamers to search for what ExtraLife is and such. And if we attended the same type of lan events, I'm sure people would sign up once they meet us. I'm a local around Philadelphia, PA and would love to even get some online events going. Here are a list of the games I play, and a way to contact me: 1. League of Legends - Diamond 4 Support / Top Main 2. Overwatch - Master Tier - Season 3 Ended 3800 MR, Season 4 is currently 3650. 3. Hearthstone - I normally end up around Rank 2-3, but I know there are a lot of tournaments held online for points. 4. CS:GO - Haven't played in a year or two, I was LEM before I stopped. If I had a team I could get back into it for Extra Life 5. Heroes of the Storm - Just started but I am well versatile in MOBAs and am trying to get to ranked now. 6. I also play Smash Brothers Melee in tournaments from time to time. You can contact me on: Battlenet - Clementine#11594 Steam ID - I'll modify this when I get home and get it You can always drop me a message on the forums as well. This is just an idea I had, If anyone is interested in getting a following together, it would be great and super fun! We could even stream our tournament matches, make some vods and get some publicity out there in the gaming world!
  17. A new seasonal event has descended upon the world of Overwatch bringing with it an icy new look and gift-wrapped loot boxes. The Overwatch Winter Wonderland update revamps the maps with snow, ornaments, and goodies to freshen up the experience of veteran players and welcome newcomers. From now until January 2, traditional loot boxes will be replaced with wrapped presents that all contain at least one item from the 2016 Winter Wonderland event. Blizzard has added over one hundred items to be unlocked in this update. Much like the Summer Games and Halloween events, these items will only be available for a limited time before they are locked away again. If the random number gods don't favor you with the skins or items you want from loot boxes, you'll be able to unlock the seasonal items during this month from the Hero Gallery. Winter Wonderland brings one other major addition to the table: Mei's Snowball Offensive. The brawl mode offers players the chance to participate in a 6v6 snowball fight with specialized rules that can lead to some intense skirmishes. Teams of Meis vie for suprem-icy with modified guns that fire snowballs instead of icicles. However, every shot counts as these newfangled contraptions can only hold one snowball at a time before players need to search out a snow pile to reload. Everyone goes down in just one hit, so careful use of Mei's other abilities, properly timed ice walls and cryo-freezes, will be required to survive the playful game mode. Mei's ultimate has also been reworked for the mode, allowing players to fire a continuous stream of snowballs at enemies. Players only have until January 2 to enjoy the Winter event before it disappears until next year. Until then, happy holidays and happy Overwatch-ing!
  18. A new seasonal event has descended upon the world of Overwatch bringing with it an icy new look and gift-wrapped loot boxes. The Overwatch Winter Wonderland update revamps the maps with snow, ornaments, and goodies to freshen up the experience of veteran players and welcome newcomers. From now until January 2, traditional loot boxes will be replaced with wrapped presents that all contain at least one item from the 2016 Winter Wonderland event. Blizzard has added over one hundred items to be unlocked in this update. Much like the Summer Games and Halloween events, these items will only be available for a limited time before they are locked away again. If the random number gods don't favor you with the skins or items you want from loot boxes, you'll be able to unlock the seasonal items during this month from the Hero Gallery. Winter Wonderland brings one other major addition to the table: Mei's Snowball Offensive. The brawl mode offers players the chance to participate in a 6v6 snowball fight with specialized rules that can lead to some intense skirmishes. Teams of Meis vie for suprem-icy with modified guns that fire snowballs instead of icicles. However, every shot counts as these newfangled contraptions can only hold one snowball at a time before players need to search out a snow pile to reload. Everyone goes down in just one hit, so careful use of Mei's other abilities, properly timed ice walls and cryo-freezes, will be required to survive the playful game mode. Mei's ultimate has also been reworked for the mode, allowing players to fire a continuous stream of snowballs at enemies. Players only have until January 2 to enjoy the Winter event before it disappears until next year. Until then, happy holidays and happy Overwatch-ing! View full article
  19. A little over a week ago, Johnny Cruz, the actor who voices Lúcio, took a tour of the Blizzard HQ and ran into a few of the other Overwatch voice actors. Of course, he recorded a few candid moments with them in-character and shared them via Twitter. Fans went wild over the post and shared it over 50,000 times. One of those retweets caught the attention of Source Filmmaker veteran Greatdictator who proceeded to animate the entire video - replacing each voice actor with their in-game character. The result is pretty spectacular and fun to watch. The video features animated appearances by Mei, Torbjorn, D.Va, Genji, Symmetra, McCree, Winston, a miniature Tracer, Zenyatta, Roadhog, Soldier 76, and a dark alley appearance by Reaper. Unfortunately, Sombra only just released in the 6v6 online shooter, so the Lúcio-Sombra interaction from the tweeted video is missing from the animated version. What other cast of game characters would you want to see interact with one another?
  20. A little over a week ago, Johnny Cruz, the actor who voices Lúcio, took a tour of the Blizzard HQ and ran into a few of the other Overwatch voice actors. Of course, he recorded a few candid moments with them in-character and shared them via Twitter. Fans went wild over the post and shared it over 50,000 times. One of those retweets caught the attention of Source Filmmaker veteran Greatdictator who proceeded to animate the entire video - replacing each voice actor with their in-game character. The result is pretty spectacular and fun to watch. The video features animated appearances by Mei, Torbjorn, D.Va, Genji, Symmetra, McCree, Winston, a miniature Tracer, Zenyatta, Roadhog, Soldier 76, and a dark alley appearance by Reaper. Unfortunately, Sombra only just released in the 6v6 online shooter, so the Lúcio-Sombra interaction from the tweeted video is missing from the animated version. What other cast of game characters would you want to see interact with one another? View full article
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    Who: Our Team of gamers here at the University Village Microsoft Store. What: 6 of us will be playing a 24 hour Overwatch game stream. Others will be playing whatever games they want. They may be doing a 24-hour stream, or will make up the 24 hours over the course of the month. When: 6 of us will be playing Overwatch-PC on October 22nd-23rd from 8am-8am. We will have a live twitch stream. Attached is my twitch page, but I each member of the roster is encouraged to include links to their twitch channel on their individual page. https://www.twitch.tv/gregor2424 Where: From our Homes, preferably wearing super comfortable and nerdy clothes. Why: To raise money for The Seattle Children's Hospital Foundation. 100% of the proceeds go to the foundation. Our Team goal is $1,000, and anything you can give helps a child in need.The goal may go up depending on the donation outlook. I give my sincerest thank you for your support and donations. For more information, I have included the default Extra Life message if I missed any of the talking points. Our team is on a mission to save kids through gaming, and we need your help. Each of us has chosen our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital where thousands of children are treated each year, regardless of their family's ability to pay. These kids are facing scary stuff like cancer, cystic fibrosis, and injuries from accidents to name just a few. We'll be part of a huge international celebration of the social impact of gamers with Extra Life, and it's our sincere hope that you'll find it in your heart to support us with a monthly pledge or one-time gift that will go directly to that team member's chosen hospital. Your donation is tax-deductible, and ALL PROCEEDS go to help kids. Last year, Extra Life raised more than $8 million dollars to save kids, but in 2016 our goals, just like the needs of the kids we serve, are much, much higher. We can't do this without your help. Donating online is safe and easy! To make an online donation, please click on the "Roster" tab, then on a participant's name and then click the "Donate" button on their page. Thank you for caring for our kids!
  22. Blizzard definitely took some notes from WALL-E while crafting their first animated short since shortly before the release of Overwatch. Titled 'The Last Bastion,' the new animation spans over seven minutes and conveys its story with no dialogue whatsoever. The short delves into the backstory of everyone's favorite turret-based robot, Bastion. And honestly? This might be Blizzard's best Overwatch short to date. It's gorgeous and might just make you feel some feelings. 'The Last Bastion' tells the story of Bastion waking up over a decade after the great Omnic Crisis that threatened to overwhelm the world with army of robots controlled by rogue AIs. For unknown reasons, Bastion had gone dormant during that time and seemingly would have remained that way. However, Ganymede, Bastion's little bird friend, seems to reactivate the robot while building a nest on its shoulder. Retaining its orders from over a decade ago, Bastion sets out to fulfill its programming. I'm not going to say that Blizzard should just make a division dedicated to cranking out animated movies, but I'd throw my money at them if they did.
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