NetEase has confirmed that the Chinese version of Starcraft II will release on April 6, with the local version of the RTS’s beta starting today. Following the beta users will be able to purchase game time in 30-day increments for a price of RMB20 ($3), for both the multiplayer and single-player elements. Starcraft II was originally released in July 2010 in the rest of the world, selling more than 1.5 million copies in its first 48 hours; it has LtD sales of 4.5 million copies globally. More on GI.
Pokemon Go players worldwide finding Shiny Pikachu in the wild, Mewtwo coming to Exclusive Raid Battles
Reports of Shiny Pikchu spottings in Pokemon Go surfaced yesterday, and today Niantic Labs as confirmed the critters are appearing around the world.
Gearbox Publishing announced today it’s bringing Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few to retail. But, you’ll have to wait until next year to play it.
Sony has provided a few, small details regarding its annual, December PlayStation Experience event.
Blizzard has been teasing something for StarCraft 2 over the past few days and I think we all know what it is.
That battle.net launcher we’ve heard so much about, the one that makes it possible to log in to all your Bnet games at once and then not do it again for a month, has entered open beta today. What that means is that it works but they aren’t going to force it on everyone just […]