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BlizzCon 2009 Live Contest Winners

Friday night’s Dance, Sound-Alike, and Costume contests (hosted by comedian Jay Mohr) were showcases for some amazing creativity, talent, and craftsmanship. Here are the winners of the evening’s live competitions:

Dance Contest

  • First Place: James Griffin, Dwarf Female
  • Second Place: Audrey Wright, Human Female
  • Third Place: Alexander Lok, Dwarf Male

Costume Contest

  • First Place: Lorraine Torres, Mistress of Pain
  • Second Place: Zachary Shaffer, Kel’Thuzad
  • Third Place: Andy Kimble, Tier 8 Paladin

Thanks to everyone who participated!

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm FAQ Updated

We’ve updated the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm FAQ with some new details from the World of Warcraft Game Systems, Dungeons & Raids, and other developer panels at BlizzCon 2009. Check out the new info here — and in case you missed it yesterday, visit the recently launched Cataclysm web site for screenshots and the official trailer, along with a look at the expansion’s features, new races, key characters, and more.

Echoes of War Standard Edition Now Available

The new re-issue of Eminence Symphony Orchestra’s two-disc Echoes of War: The Music of Blizzard Entertainment standard edition has now arrived. The album features 15 unique arrangements, with several pieces from the yet-to-be-released StarCraft II and Diablo III. Ninety minutes of music are featured in all, with bonus tracks arranged by special guests including the critically-acclaimed composer Kow Otani. The new standard edition package, showcasing a redesigned cover art piece, will be available in major retail outlets for $24.98. The Legendary Edition is also available online and at retail for $49.98, and comes with a bonus documentary DVD, nine art cards, and a bonus 32-page booklet. Visit the
official Echoes of War website or participating retailer to hear samples, learn more, and order your copy today.

Browse BlizzCon Photo Booth Pictures

You can now check out all the images of BlizzCon attendees taken throughout the weekend at the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, StarCraft II, and Diablo III themed photo booths. Head over to the BlizzCon website, browse the pictures, and download your favorites now.

BlizzCon 2009 Coverage Roundup

We’ve been collecting coverage of this past weekend’s BlizzCon 2009 from around the Web, and have compiled a small fraction of it here for you to catch up on anything you may have missed, or just read more about your favorites. Whether you’re interested in hands-on write-ups of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, detailed information about Diablo III’s monk class, news from StarCraft II’s panels, a peek into the future of Battle.net, scads of pictures from the costume contest, or anything else that emerged from BlizzCon, take a look at the links below.

BlizzCon General Coverage

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

Diablo III

StarCraft II

Battle.net

BlizzCon 2009 Developer Panels: An Inside Look

The fourth BlizzCon is underway, and we’ll be giving players a look at the new game features and upcoming developments discussed in some of the World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and StarCraft II panels throughout the show. We’ll be updating www.blizzcon.com with new information from the panels regularly, so be sure to check back often.

  • World of Warcraft Dungeons & Raids – Delve deeper into the philosophies behind the design of the game’s most epic player-versus-environment (PvE) encounters.
  • World of Warcraft Game Systems – Learn more about the mechanics that make World of Warcraft tick.
  • World of Warcraft Classes, Items, and Professions – Check out what’s in store for World of Warcraft classes, professions, and items in the future.
  • StarCraft II Battle.net Discussion – At the StarCraft II Battle.net developer panel on Friday afternoon, we gave players a first look at some of the cool new community and communication features that will be coming with the relaunched Battle.net online-gaming service, along with info on how it’ll all be integrated with StarCraft II. Check out new details about Battle.net’s state-of-the-art matchmaking system, achievement system, social networking features, and more in our new Battle.net FAQ
  • World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Panel – Learn more devastating details about World of Warcraft’s third expansion, Cataclysm.
  • Diablo III Heroes & Monsters – Take a closer look at the latest Diablo III class, the monk, as well as other characters and creatures from the game.

BlizzCon 2009: We Want Your Photos

If you attend BlizzCon 2009 and bring a camera along, we want to see your pictures. Send your best photos of the event, particularly from Friday’s contests, to blizzconweb@blizzard.com. We’ll collect the finest of your submissions and post them on the site for all to see. Take a look at 2007’s BlizzCon photo gallery to get a sense of what we’re looking for.

BlizzCon 2009 Comes to a Close

BlizzCon 2009 has officially come to an end! Ozzy Osbourne’s thunderous performance brought down the roof of the Anaheim Convention Center; Level 80 Elite Tauren Chieftain escaped through the hole in their stetched zeppelin and headed to their next gig in Orgrimmar; and at least half of the audience members survived.

We’d like to thank everyone who helped to make this year’s show a success, including comedian Jay Mohr, who hosted the contests on Friday evening, Ozzy Osbourne, and all of our partners and sponsors, including ASUS, DIRECTV, Intel, Mountain Dew, NVIDIA, and Razer. Most of all, we’d like to thank the community of gamers – without your dedication and support, BlizzCon wouldn’t be possible.

You can check out some of the highlights from this year’s show on www.blizzcon.com, from the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm announcement to the Diablo III monk reveal to the new details on what players can expect from the updated Battle.net when it launches with StarCraft II. And there’s still more photos and other post-show updates to come, so be sure stay tuned to www.BlizzCon.com.

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