Mike Morhaime opens up about pushing the world's most successful developer into new territory
Articles by Oli Welsh
Oli Welsh, Editor-in-chief
Oli is the editor of Eurogamer.net and likes to take things one word at a time. His friends call him The European, but that's just a coincidence. He's still playing Diablo 3.
Recent articles by Oli Welsh
On DotA, the challenges of Battle.net, day-and-date digital releases and working with Bungie
Pardo:"It should continue to be available to Blizzard and to our community"
It will "definitely" happen, says WoW producer
Items bought with in-game currency become more expensive; move proves unpopular with users
Publisher denies game has been recalled; was advised to block terrorist level
NetEase ordered to stop taking money and account registrations
EA DICE responds to Infinity Ward criticism over third party PC network
Full extent of Paul, Yoko and Olivia's involvement in game is revealed
Publisher will no longer operate the free-to-play title in North America and Europe
Jeff Strain, founder of ArenaNet, departs company on "amicable terms"
Development of The Agency unaffected as founders quit to form new studio
Law bans buying real goods and services with virtual currency, not vice versa
3D motion-sensing technology firm officially recognised as part of Redmond giant
SEC filing from Interplay shows the Fallout 3 developer is disputing the online project
Mario-maker "not particularly concerned" about PS3 momentum; DSi sells 600,000 on EU and US opening weekend
Brad Wright admits the online title "should be happening by now"
Spore, Mirror's Edge, Mass Effect, Burnout Paradise, Dead Space and Red Alert 3 take advantage of new tool
In-game currency investigation reveals that 70% of all trade is in World of Warcraft gold
43 North American and 20 European low-population servers to close
Activision, Capcom, EA and Koei among 24 companies licensed to create content
Splash Damage's Paul Wedgwood on modders, critics and getting in bed with Bethesda.
49 realms cut to just 18 in order to improve overall player experience on remaining servers
Atari now likely to publish the MMO following Cryptic Studios purchase
Recruiters urged not to put MMO players forward for jobs - report