And the first in the Q – who led the line for 24 hours – got emotional when interviewed by national TV after grabbing his copy.
People can cry their heart out for whatever reason they see fit. As far as I’m concern, crying over a video game ain’t much different than crying over god… different people, different passion.
It’s just that I can’t understand why people would line up for hours just to grab a product with unlimited stock. But then again, different people, different passion.
Blizzard Entertainment is ready to market StarCraft II – sequel to one of the most popular PC games ever – more than 12 years after the first version was released.
I used to be a great fan of StarCraft. Haven’t played much video games since I graduated from university eight years ago; this might just tempt me into gaming again, though I suspect my PC spec might have problem supporting the game.
Ghosts of the Past trailer
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