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Posted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 12:49 am
by Lavarinth
Years after it's glorious announcement, StarCraft II finally launched hours ago. Many were in lines far before midnight, many waited for the morning, or their shipments to arrive. As the servers flooded, we played, and played and played. We enter a new era of gaming. StarCraft, you were once a true path for us campaign designers, but your sequel is now the shining light. Here's to a decade of StarCraft II, and then some.

More to come.

UPDATE: Please note any downtime is absolutely not planned. *smirk*

Re: StarCraft II: RELEASED

Posted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 1:05 am
by IskatuMesk
CNN even had a go about sc2 and interviewed IdrA to boot.

Re: StarCraft II: RELEASED

Posted: Sun Aug 15, 2010 12:50 pm
by chris
Wow, this is unbelievable, they are charging an additional 15 dollars for european customers, even if they aren't in the EU.

Honestly, I wouldn't mind playing 75 dollars for SCII considering the amount of money, time, and dedication spent on this, but cheating the euro dollar exchange rate to get more money off of weak minded Europeans is an inexcusably dirty way to get more money. It is digital, there is no reason for a regional price increase. Blizzard has become as bad as EA.

Re: StarCraft II: RELEASED

Posted: Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:47 am
by GreatGodSajuuk
Look at steam, that is even more ridiculous. US dudes get prices in dollars and Europe guys just get the dollar sign replaced with the euro sign with no actual price conversion. It's idiocy.