Blizzard North

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Logo descriptions and editions by CuriousGeorge60 Logo captures by CuriousGeorge60 and EnormousRat Video capture courtesy of Corgrath

Background: Blizzard North was the development division of Blizzard Entertainment that was founded in 1993 as Condor, Inc. It was best known for the Genesis version of Justice League: Task Force and the Game Boy and Game Gear versions of the NFL Quarterback Club series. In 1996, it was acquired by Blizzard Entertainment and was renamed to it's then-current name. By that time, it was best known for the Diablo series. In 2005, Blizzard closed the studio.


Condor, Inc.

(1994-1996)

Condor, Inc. (1994)Condor, Inc. (1995)

Logo: Against the turquoise background, we see a white sphere containing a black silhouette of a condor in it. Above it is "CONDOR". There are shadows behind the logo.

Variant: There is one variant where the logo is in CGI.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: The CGI variant appears on Justice League: Task Force for Genesis. The standard version appears on NFL Quarterback Club (known as NFL Quarterback Club II on Game Boy) and NFL Quarterback Club '96 for Game Boy and Game Gear.

Editor's Note: None.


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Blizzard North

1st Logo (1996-2000)Blizzard North (1996)

Logo: Same as the Blizzard logo, but in the silvery-green tone, and "ENTERTAINMENT" is removed. Under the logo is "NORTH" with a outline rectangle on the left of "NORTH".

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Appears on Diablo for PC.

Editor's Note: None.


2nd Logo (2000-2005)

Logo: Against a snowy background, we see a big light-blue blur appearing. Then it turns into the Blizzard logo from letter-by-letter, and then the rectangle part and "NORTH", forming the logo. The logo is in the frozen-crystalised style. The snow continues to fall.

FX/SFX: The snowing, the logo forming part-by-part.

Music/Sounds: A low "whoosh" sound with different types "whooshes" as the logo appears part-by-part.

Availability: Appears on Diablo II and it's expansion pack, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction.

Editor's Note: None.

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