SC2 Name Changer Utility for Starcraft Skirmish and Offline Play
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on August 5, 2010 under SC2
A nifty little name changing tool has been released. I got tired of playing sc2 offline as Local Player so I wrote a simple little program to run and change my name to whatever I wanted. Right now you have to run this after the game has launched, but I'm sure it would be quite easy to set it up to loop until the game exists. I wouldn't suggest using it while connected to battle.net Get i... more.
New SC2 Forums – Win Free Stuff!
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on August 2, 2010 under SC2
BlizzardBeta has relaunched our SC2 Forums. In celebration, we'll be giving away a bunch of prizes to those that signup. In order to qualify, all you have to do is create an account, post at least ten constructive posts, and be an active visitor to the forum. We'll select five users that meet those qualifications during the month of August and send them some sweet BlizzardBeta prizes!!! ... more.
No SC2 LAN Play Explained
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on under SC2
Hate to beat a dead horse, but here goes: ... more.
Noob Starter Guide to SC2
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on August 1, 2010 under SC2
You are in for a treat. A treat that not many people get to experience. And by that I mean the neatly laid out comprehensive introduction to the computer game that is soon to sweep the world over. I hope this will help reveal the culture of the enormous international fan base in which makes up the games community as well as give you a peek in to the different game modes which make it so rich and d... more.
SC2 Strategies: Stopping a Reaper Rush
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on under SC2 Strategy
This one's pretty simple. Rush out two marines keep them at your mineral line and it's GG. Scout out your opponent and figure out they are reaper rushing (early refineries tech lab barracks) if you are protoss get out a cannon or a stalker, zerg well... You should be able to out rush him. Reapers are the most useless unit in the Terrans arsenal past 10 minutes. They are easily killed. We h... more.
Critics Adore SC2, Users Not So Much.
2 CommentsPosted by mod10 on July 31, 2010 under SC2
Starcraft was a gem. It came out in 1998 as a possible hit following Blizzard's successful Warcraft franchise. The game literally had an earth shattering impact, practically becoming the national sport of Korea, with millions of gamers witnessing the arrival of the perfect RTS. Critics gave the release of SC1 a warm welcome, with an aggregate score of 88 (out of 100) for Blizzard's magnum o... more.
Battle.net not tracking achievements in SC2
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on July 29, 2010 under SC2 Tutorials
A number of users are complaining that Battle.net is not doing a good job of tracking achievements. One suggested fix is that the user reconnect. This sometimes helps the system find it. Otherwise, you have to be playing the games on Battle.net as opposed to just being connected to Battle.net and playing them via the single player option. Those playing custom scenarios may want to try th... more.
SC2 Connects People
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on July 28, 2010 under Uncategorized
Johnsweber writes: I've been a Blizzard fanboy since WarCraft I. When StarCraft came out, it was an amazing experience. My high school best friend and a group of other friends would have LAN parties where we just played match after match. We weren't super great players, novices by comparison to professionals, but we had a great time with it. My friend's handle was TheManiac, he was a great frie... more.
Starcraft 2 Bugs (Not the Zerg kind)
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on under SC2
Critics are a bit concerned over Blizzard's retail release of a game some claim to have been far from finished. The battle.net forums are a buzz over a number of bugs, including: Multiple installations A particular problem for Beta modders, the Blizzard installer apparently is allowing for multiple copies of SC2 to reside on the same machine. Previous installations are not checked for, which... more.
Blizzard drops its suit against Starcrack
0 CommentsPosted by mod10 on May 5, 2010 under SC2
On April 12th Blizzard sued six of the people behind Starcrack, alleging they had created multiplayer technology that allowed multiplayer games of SC2 on 'rogue' battle.net servers. The basis of the suit was the DMCA (digital millenium copyright act) and further alleged copyright infringement, as well as purposely circumventing copyright protection systems. One week later, on April 19th the ... more.
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