When/where? Last time I read anything about it (Oct/Dec 2008) they said that some features wouldn't be free.
I for once am not going to pay 60$ for SC2/D3 and then pay 15$ every month. No way. Depending on which features aren't free I wouldn't be paying anything over 5-10$ per month.
Theres a difference between regular monthly fees, and paying for features which are not free
Extra costs would pertain to the individual game, I don't see why it would be connected to Battle.net 2.0 as a whole
Ill try and find the quote... Its hiding from me
P.S - Ok... Cant find it... Does anyone know where the quote Im looking for is?
I know what you're talking about Genesis, where he talks about paying for character transfers stuff like that.
liquid, they're PC games so they'll be $50, they're won't be a monthly fee for either of the games or bnet 2. And to be honest, I'm not going look up all the links and quotes for the sake of your own ignorance and lack taking the initiative to find them yourself.
Some of the people in this thread crack me up. Saying stuff like "one game for the price of three" and all that blah blah. You need to take that blah blah to the blah blah factory. (anyone get that reference?)
Either way. Who are you or any of us define what a "game" is or how much content a "game" should have? Last time I checked, Bejeweled was a game with almost zero real content... but StarCraft with only one campaign is only a third of a game? Seriously.
Blizzard makes the best games they possibly can, and while money will always be important, they had other reasons for doing this.
The single player campaign will have extra units, missions, techs and an in depth storyline. Not to mention, we'll be playing it in 2009, instead of 2010/2011. That's a good enough reason for me.