Blizzard 20th Anniversary: Blizzard Retrospective [Video]
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Blizzard Entertainment, a second video has been released. Watch the developers share memorable anecdotes with fans.
Mike Morhaime and Allen Adham start talking about their years in UCLA, how they met and got together to found Silicon & Synapse studios. Frank Pearce, Joeray, Samwise and others talk in-depth about each game ever made starting with Rock N’ Roll Racing, The Lost Vikings and Blackthorne.
This is the video I have wished to watch for many years. I have collected every Collector’s Edition to get ahold of the Behind the Scenes DVDs. The ultimate Blizzard fan is the one who loves Blizzard games, collects merchandise, and knows the developers intimately at the core. The developers are gamers like you and me. Real people. Passionate. Geeky. Down to earth.
Watch the video.
Did you know that Blizzard Entertainment was originally founded under a completely different name? What is the significance of Jawassic Park in the context of Blizzard Entertainment’s art culture? Whatever happened to Orcs in Space? These and many, many more questions are answered in the full-length video we’ve just released on the Blizzard 20th Anniversary site. Clocking in at almost an hour, this video features candid commentary from the people who have spent the last two decades creating the games that helped make Blizzard Entertainment the company it is today.
Head over to the anniversary site and check out the Blizzard Retrospective Video now!
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