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Korean PC bangs accuse Blizzard of anti-trust breach over StarCraft: RemasteredKorean PC bangs accuse Blizzard of anti-trust breach over StarCraft: Remastered
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So, let me get this right.... Korea admits the game is 19 years old and has compatibility issues but doesn't want to pay for a newer version. I wonder if that could work for games like Call of Duty in the US? "I bought Cod4 10 years ago, but I can't play it anymore and you guys remastered it for PC and Consoles, can't I just whine and get it for free?"Reply
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Since you can't seem to read, they are pissed about Blizzard charging an hourly rate instead of a flat license fee. They obviously knew they'd have to pay for the game.

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Tokyo 41 is a charming demake of Tokyo 42 - not a 30-year-old, ripped-off Spectrum gameTokyo 41 is a charming demake of Tokyo 42 - not a 30-year-old, ripped-off Spectrum game
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the resolution is way off for zx spectrum, and it runs very fast... I feel like this is an indy dev that is being a troll. Just ignore them
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Call of Duty won’t be coming to Battle.net - unless it doesCall of Duty won’t be coming to Battle.net - unless it does
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Destiny 2 makes sense: It lacks a PC player base so without selling on Steam, Origin or Battle.net; there would be a small reception and fewer sales than work they've invested into the port. CoD on the other hand, would just be investing money to loose profits (giving away a large sales % to Blizzard).

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Agree, but ultimatly EA has been shaping the Blizzard App (it isn't B.net anymore because EA wants to make it a marketplace) to be more an Origin 2.0

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