Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty Discussion
[Edited by Kakashi117, 10/22/2010 3:08:19 AM]
IMO, the CH trainer is making it easy for us to get achievements that are shared with the multiplayer component of the game. So I am sure that Blizzard will regard CH as "Multiplayer Hackers".
So this is a situation where Blizzard will surely land itself in reduced sales when it comes to their future releases.
I was having huge expectation of the Starcraft 2 but when I heard of the various development as it nears its release, it sends chill down my spine and it seems to me that the good dependable blizzard of old is not longer there. And the clincher for me is the ridiculous pricing of the game at S$109 (that is around US$83) for a plain old regular version. A collector version will set me back as much as S$ 200 (US$ 153). I decided right there and than that it is pure piracy and I will not be a party to this trend of rising cost of games. And now I am so glad I did, cause it seems that all Blizzard/Activision thinks about is money and the bottom line, without any thoughts about its core business and its clients.
The main issue is Intellectual Property rights.
They sued mulitplayer hacks because the creators were making a profit off of them (something derived from StarCraft 2's software)
They sued MBCGame because they're using StarCraft: Brood War tournaments because they're making a profit with their product (and they want part of that money).
This is just my speculation (read: Not truth), but I think they're targetting people who make money from their products (and don't pay royalties to them).
Say goodbye to game mods, say goodbye to user-created content. It's very broad-reaching and ambiguous wording, such that they can define the capital-H "Hacks" any way they want.
my 2 cents.
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