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Will F


This morning I went to the store to buy a new game. I wasn't sure what I was going to buy, but I had narrowed it down to a couple games. Much to my surprise I ended up buying Starcraft.

I've been playing it all day, and all I have to say is this - damn... I had forgotten how much I love this game.
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The sad thing is that there wasn't anything else at the store that I actually wanted to buy - plus I'm probably happier with playing a game I beat 10 years ago than I would be with most recent games.

This story from January about South Korea seems to suggest that the Koreans agree with me that the game is timeless.

South Korea’s StarCraft tournaments net between 600,000 to 700,000 attendees each year. And now, the nation’s second largest bank, Shinhan bank, is sponsoring the “Star League” — a weekly competition that airs for three months, much like a sports season over here.

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