Ladies and gentlemen, hold onto your gaming hats because Blizzard has just dropped a bombshell! Brace yourselves for a journey back in time as Warcraft: Orcs and Humans, Diablo, and Warcraft 2 make their grand entrance onto the hallowed grounds of Now, some of you might be scratching your heads and wondering, "Wait, weren't these games already there?" Well, my friends, it seems that this news comes as a surprise to many, myself included. These classics have been cozying up on GOG for the past few years, but now they're ready to conquer

Picture this: you find yourself in the midst of an epic battle between Orcs and Humans. The clash of swords, the war cries echoing through the land, and the unmistakable aroma of freshly baked cookies (okay, maybe not the cookies, but you get the idea). These games, in their original, unadulterated glory, have arrived to whisk you away on a nostalgia-fueled adventure. And guess what? They come with all the bells and whistles you could ever dream of. That's right, folks, the original multiplayer modes and expansions are intact, ready to transport you back to the golden age of gaming.

Let's start with the game that started it all, Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Ah, the memories! This gem takes you back to a time when orcs and humans duked it out for supremacy. The battles were fierce, the strategy was intense, and the occasional "Oops, I accidentally clicked on my own units" moments were plentiful. But fear not, for this game is a testament to Blizzard's roots, and it's the perfect opportunity for a history lesson in gaming awesomeness.

Now, let's delve into the depths of Diablo. Ah, Diablo, you devilishly delightful dungeon crawler. It's been years since I last delved into the depths of Hell, but oh boy, do I remember the thrill, the excitement, and the countless nights spent battling the forces of evil. With three classes to choose from, multiplayer mayhem, and sixteen levels of old-school, randomly generated dungeons, Diablo is a treasure trove of loot and memories. So, if the live service shenanigans of Diablo 4 aren't your cup of tea, why not take a nostalgic detour and revisit the game that started it all?

Last but not least, we have Warcraft 2: Tides of Darkness. Ah, Warcraft 2, the unsung hero overshadowed by its legendary successor. While Warcraft 3 may have stolen the spotlight, Warcraft 2 holds a special place in the hearts of those who played it. The battles waged, the strategies devised, and the countless hours spent constructing the perfect army to crush your enemies will forever be etched in gaming history. So, gather your troops, immerse yourself in the world of Azeroth, and relive the glory days.

These games may seem rudimentary by today's standards, but let me tell you, they were the building blocks of what would become one of the greatest gaming companies of all time. Blizzard's early years were nothing short of lightning in a bottle, and these games were the sparks that ignited a revolution. Co-founder Frank Pearce once said that these games were "just not that fun anymore" in 2016, but hey, I'm one of those crazy individuals who still occasionally goes back to play the original UFO: Enemy Unknown (don't even get me started on my framerate).

In this age of ever-evolving technology and cutting-edge graphics, it's refreshing to see these classics make a triumphant return. It's like a small homecoming, a warm embrace from the past that reminds us of the magic that started it all. And let's face it, with the recent leadership changes and the cancellation of a long-awaited survival game, Blizzard could use a little extra warmth and fuzzy feelings right now.

So, my fellow gamers, grab your swords, polish your armor, and prepare to embark on a journey through time and nostalgia. Warcraft, Diablo, and Warcraft 2 await your return, ready to transport you to a bygone era of gaming excellence. It's time to relive the battles, embrace the challenges, and bask in the warm glow of gaming history. Welcome back, old friends. It's good to have you home.

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