Another year, another Blizzcon, another three trailers for games without solid release dates. Starting off above you can see a cinematic from Diablo III, where Deckard Cain's niece Leah has a pretty nasty nightmare about Asmodan, a spider-frog with a nipple ring. For some reason, I'm not too enthused about this particular lesser evil: I guess I'm Team Belial. However there are probably a few more twists in the game itself. I mean, the game is still called Diablo, right?
After the break, Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm makes the most out of Tricia Helfer's voiceover, as well as showing some of the new units that I'm sure enthusiasts have been dying to get their hands on. Or maybe dreading. I don't know what StarCraft fans are like anymore! Anyway, the story seems pretty dramatic, which has always been weird to me because outside cut-scene, the characters on the screen are so teeny-tiny, it's like a soap opera for ants.
Lastly the next World of Warcraft expansion, Mists of Pandaria is basically introducing Kung-Fu Panda to the game, minus the Jack Black. Watch the video to see a glimpse of the long rumored Pandarans in action, as well as some of the new Monk-class moves. It's too bad Panda Express doesn't deliver, as that would probably be a pretty good corporate tie-in. I think it's cool that they're countering The Old Republic's Jedis and force powers with adorable chubby ninja bears, but don't know how much it will help them hold onto subscribers.