Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 19th May 2007 20:23 UTC
Games We usually don't report on games, but I would like to make an exception today. Blizzard Entertainment has announced the sequel to what many see as the best realtime strategy game ever made: they announced StarCraft II. The original StarCraft, released in 1998, tops many best-games-of-all-times lists, and has sold over 9 million copies worldwide; it is still one of the most popular online games, despite its age. In fact, in South Korea, StarCraft matches are even broadcast on TV.
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RE[4]: Hmm
by Best on Sun 20th May 2007 02:09 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Hmm"
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Loki was also terribly mismanaged and had a business model that wasn't all that hot. A company like Blizzard, Bioware, or Id are in a much better position to provide ports and profit off of them.

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