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Korean StarCraft II Players Sure Know How To Hide Their Identity

Korean StarCraft II Players Sure Know How To Hide Their Identity Using lower case Ls and capitalized Is to create barcode names to remain anonymous sort of became a trend in competitive StarCraft II, and sometimes it results in perfect ladder moments like this one above.Currently almost everyone in the Korean top 100 and everyone, except the number one player, in the Korean top 20 is represented by a barcode.

Some Battle.net Users Are Apparently Being Given Starcraft II For Free

Some Battle.net Users Are Apparently Being Given Starcraft II For Free This makes the occasional freebie all the more appealing, especially when we’re talking about a complimentary copy of a critically acclaimed release like Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty.Upon accessing their account, they were informed that they had been granted a copy of Starcraft II, free of charge.

Winter is Coming: Blizzard Will Kill Support for Windows XP, Vista in October

Winter is Coming: Blizzard Will Kill Support for Windows XP, Vista in October Usage of Windows XP 64-bit and Vista 64-bit have evidently fallen so low, they’ve dropped off Steam’s radar completely; it tracks the 10 most popular Windows versions, and Windows 8 is the lowest at 0.05 percent of users are still using XP 64-bit or Vista 64-bit, that still only adds up to 0.

DeepMind AI Moves on from Board Games to StarCraft II

DeepMind AI Moves on from Board Games to StarCraft II , and most recently, Google’s DeepMind AI branch created a computer that can win the deviously complex game Go.Now, DeepMind is moving on to its biggest challenge yet: StarCraft II.

How 'StarCraft II' is powering a clever HD remake of 'Diablo II'

How 'StarCraft II' is powering a clever HD remake of 'Diablo II' The idea is straightforward enough: deliver a remastered version of Diablo II by rebuilding it inside StarCraft II.He wanted to remake the second Diablo game and the Blizzard-supported modding software for StarCraft II is the only option for citizen programmers that want to do things with Blizzard games.