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Blizzard: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty $19.99 (Reg. $39.99)

Blizzard: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty $20
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If you're looking to finally pick up a copy of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, Blizzard has put the physical copy and the digital download on sale for $19.99 for a limited time. Despite being released in 2010, StarCraft 2 still retails for around $40 so getting it for $20 isn't too bad if you're interested. Just a heads up, you do need a copy of Wings of Liberty to play the new expansion Heart of the Swarm so, if you have any intention of playing either, now would be a good time to make a purchase.

There isn't much more to the deal other than it's a highly rated multiplayer game at a decent cost. We haven't seen it dip to the $20 mark in quite sometime and we don't expect it to drop much lower, if at all, in the near future.

The deal is live now but expires on June 11.

Thanks to mtommy79 for sharing this one with us.

Source: mtommy79 via the Hot Deals Forum

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    • igotskill
    • The last HoTs thread got me addicted to this game, I play 3+ hours a day now
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    • Russell
    • Make sure to check out the new "spawning" feature due out today. (Means that you can play online hots or wol for free, as long as you are in the same party with someone who owns those copies)
      http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/blog/10145834
      This is smart marketing. Get you hooked, then you get frustrated that you can't play without your friend so you go out and buy it.
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    • aplayaz2000
    • The last HoTs thread got me addicted to this game, I play 3+ hours a day now
      what exactly do you play in the game
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    • aplayaz2000
    • Now can you help us get people to have PCs capable of playing the game reasonably well like SC1 played fine on library computers w/o dedicated graphics
      games have improved their graphics


      i mean if people expect to play games without a video card, good *****en luck you know what i mean?
      lets play PS4 games on a damm PS1
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    • Pxtl
    • games have improved their graphics


      i mean if people expect to play games without a video card, good *****en luck you know what i mean?
      lets play PS4 games on a damm PS1
      You've obviously never heard of Blizzard, or you'd know that they've got a solid reputation for aiming at the bottom-end hardware and making up for it with incredibly good artwork.

      I mean, they were doing 2D games like Starcraft and Diablo 2 long after 2D graphics were out of fashion (Diablo 2 came out *after* Quake 3, for example). WC3 had freakishly low-poly models, made perfect only by Blizzard's brilliant animators and artists.

      I'm honestly surprised they didn't target onboard/integrated chipsets (at least ATI/AMD's on-boards if not Intel's awful ones) for SC2.
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    • xalex0
    • This is smart marketing. Get you hooked, then you get frustrated that you can't play without your friend so you go out and buy it.
      It's not something new. Starcraft1 had a similar feature.
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    • HELEU
    • You've obviously never heard of Blizzard, or you'd know that they've got a solid reputation for aiming at the bottom-end hardware and making up for it with incredibly good artwork.

      I mean, they were doing 2D games like Starcraft and Diablo 2 long after 2D graphics were out of fashion (Diablo 2 came out *after* Quake 3, for example). WC3 had freakishly low-poly models, made perfect only by Blizzard's brilliant animators and artists.

      I'm honestly surprised they didn't target onboard/integrated chipsets (at least ATI/AMD's on-boards if not Intel's awful ones) for SC2.
      SC2 HOTS runs just fine on my laptop with integrated video. You just can't run it on ultra high detail!!
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    • Russell
    • It's not something new. Starcraft1 had a similar feature.
      Hmmm you're right. Actually, a lot of games used to. I had forgotten entirely about this.

      It's still a smart idea though.
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    • aplayaz2000
    • I mean, they were doing 2D games like Starcraft and Diablo 2 long after 2D graphics were out of fashion (Diablo 2 came out *after* Quake 3, for example). WC3 had freakishly low-poly models, made perfect only by Blizzard's brilliant animators and artists.
      okay but last time i checked, Starcraft II doesn't look like a gameboy game... you're talking about the past, i am not




      You've obviously never heard of Blizzard
      oh yes i have heard of Blizzard... ive been a Blizzard fan for most of my childhood, playing Starcraft, Warcraft, and my favourite Diablo...
      Blizzard used to be about quality games... of course that was before they released World of Warcraft

      ever since then the only thing they cared about is $, via Activision Blizzard ( not surprising )


      Diablo III isn't even a sequel to Diablo II
      it isnt even made by the same developers, the people making it are those who made WORLD OF WARCRAFT
      which is why it looks like a pos cartooney pile of dog****

      ive never been so disappointed with Blizzard after the release of Diablo III
      yes i heard of Blizzard, they were my favourite game developer until they sucked a big one

      rest in piece you piece of ***** developer
      am done with you

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