I will most probably buy it, as long as it's the regular price up to $70 that I would be able to afford, maybe get it off Amazon or something, but it seems to duplicate StarCraft unlike WarCraft III, and by that time, I will have a new computer.
Never buy books, everything in there and more is already out there on the internet. I remember buying StarCraft with a book, it was kind of nice, but it was as useful as Oblivion: Collector's Edition (not useful at all).
And I am hoping to get a job by the time StarCraft II will come out. Maybe I can buy original heXen with all the CD non-midi music... mmm... Having your own money is so good.
I'm going to buy it if it lives up to my expectations, and the more i think about it there more it seems to do that. It will be interesting to see how it compares to other titles on the market when it comes out.
PlugY for Diablo II allows you to reset skills and stats, transfer items between characters in singleplayer, obtain all ladder runewords and do all Uberquests while offline. It is the only way to do all of the above. Please use it.
Supporting big shoulderpads and flashy armor since 2004.
will most likely buy it if its cheap (around 40$) or if i got money at that time and am in the mood for RTS (not really likely). I'm not into RTS that much and the Warcraft series suited me more than Starcraft. I'll prolly stick with WoW till Diablo 3 comes out.
When you say no matter what price I'm thinking "well, hopefully in this case the sky isn't the limit". 40USD means a lot in Brazil, so if it's around that price here I'll get it, if it's an unreasonable price then I'll won't buy it, I'll try to download it or something just to play the campaigns and that's that.
I have a new PC right now, but will it still be new enough by the time sc2 comes out? only time can tell.
probably i'll just need memory, though.