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2-17-2010 @ 4:25PM
Just how much lore is explained in the Warcraft III games? I know I can get the chest for $40 and I've almost picked it up multiple times when at Bestbuy.
2-17-2010 @ 4:31PM
A lot! You're playing an RTS game, but the game itself has a storyline that you play through, complete with cutscenes and other information that all contributes to the story. It's part of what makes it a good game, really.
2-17-2010 @ 4:35PM
A metric shit-ton.
2-17-2010 @ 4:53PM
the story of the game is LOOOOOONG. so much lore. and the cutcenes are really fun to watch. the game btw is also awesome. one of the best RTS that you can play as a singleplayer and not be bored.
2-17-2010 @ 5:03PM
@EliColonel is actually a very high rank, typically taking well over 20 years in the service to obtain. Just under General in the Army, and considered equal rank with Naval Captians. A Colonel would be in direct command of large numbers of troops and would generally be in command during most firefights. Pretty good assessment of KT's duties, really.
2-17-2010 @ 9:27PM
Is it fairly easy to play the current retail version of WCIII on an Intel Mac?
2-18-2010 @ 5:24AM
Anye, apparently you haven't had much experience with Blizzard games. Every Blizzard game has been a dual-release game playable on both a PC and a Mac, with the same discs.
2-18-2010 @ 10:24AM
@Anye and onetrueping, Actually these games were written for the old PowerPC chips, not the newer Intel ones. They should however work if you installed Rosetta with OS X Snow Leopard, it's a seamless program you never have to do anything with that allows Mac users to use older software designed for the Motorola/IBM chips. If it didn't get installed when you got your computer you can us your install disk to add it.
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