Holy shit. This is big. There is a binary file on diablo3 on the Blizzard website.
What is an "application/octet-stream" MIME attachment, and how can I see it?
A MIME attachment with the content type "application/octet-stream" is a binary file. Typically, it will be an application or a document that must be opened in an application, such as a spreadsheet or word processor. If the attachment has a filename extension associated with it, you may be able to tell what kind of file it is. A .exe extension, for example, indicates it is a Windows or DOS program (executable), while a file ending in .doc is probably meant to be opened in Microsoft Word.
No matter what kind of file it is, an application/octet-stream attachment is rarely viewable in an email, Usenet, or World Wide Web program. If you are using a text-based client, such as Pine, trn, or Lynx, save the attachment to your account, then transfer it to your personal computer. If you are using a workstation-based client, such as Eudora or Outlook, the application should be able to extract and download the attachment automatically. You must then open the attachment in the appropriate application to view its contents. Note: In addition to the generic application/octet-stream content type, you will also encounter attachments that have different sub-types (e.g., application/postscript, application/x-macbinary, and application-msword). They are similar to application/octet-stream, but apply to specific kinds of files.
When I went to www.blizzard.com/diablo3 I was prompted with an option to download a file on diablo3, that was an octet-stream. This means that they are developing something on it. I'm going to look into finding out what the code contains, to see what it has.
The document you requested was not found. If you reached this page via a bad link on our web site (either on www.battle.net/ or www.blizzard.com/)
please email us at [email protected] and include a link to
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And type in blizzard.com/blablabla and the same thing happens, so unfortunately, no...
If you're announcing a new product as you're about to release another, people are going to get souped for the new one (Consumers like new stuff; That's why each and every EA Sports game is the same with a different name on it) and ignore the other title.
Oh you mean like tiger woods pga tour 2006 and tiger woods pga tour 2007, yeah darn them for changing the names like >
To normal people, anything that Blizzard entertainment puts out is going to be a cash cow, because they havent let many people down and there games are addicting as hell, ever the rts they put out like wc2 and starcraft anyways...When you only have a few game titles to produce like wc sc and diablo, a company wouldnt put out info on all of them at same time lol that would be insane, you milk one cow until its dry then you make icecream with it and then oh wait, i mean then you bring in the next cow
I remember when I bought WC3 within the week of it's realease. I spent $80... I bought the game and guide. I played for like half a year and then just got sick of it. Then I went right back to Diablo and stayed there ever since.