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Review Scores

VGChartz Score
8.9
                         

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Alternative Names

ウィングス・オブ・リバーティー

Developer

Blizzard Entertainment

Genre

Strategy

Release Dates

07/27/10 Blizzard Entertainment
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07/27/10 Blizzard Entertainment

Community Stats

Owners: 760
Favorite: 35
Tracked: 11
Wishlist: 59
Now Playing: 23
 
8.8

Avg Community Rating:

 

Shipping Total

4,500,000 Units
As of: December 31st, 2010

Opinion (44)

pezus posted 08/04/2012, 05:55
No way this has sold more in NA than everywhere else combined...
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ishiki posted 28/01/2012, 09:04
I've gotta say, I played it initially a year and a half ago. And was dissapointed, I thought the characters acted different than in SC1. The BNET2.0, was annoying. After time, I enjoyed the story a lot more. And the game is effing polished I love it. 2vs2 ranking games with my brother is great great fun.
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snitch55 posted 25/01/2012, 02:29
Pezus, and that's only for 2011 i think. A year after it's release.
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snitch55 posted 25/01/2012, 02:27
DrozzRith where did you get this data?
PC games are so untertracked here. And i mean physical copis not to mention Online stores.
This probaby has sold well over 6 mln copies.
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DrozzRith posted 24/01/2012, 03:52
nilli, I would agree with you for the first time in my life IIIIIIFFFF, Blizzard hadn't stated that they had sold over 2 million copies of the game on their online store, and that they had sold over 4 million copies in all of Asia (wich vgchartz doesn't track) and that there are at the very least, 2 million people paying the fee to play online, wich is almost the same price as the game itself. So if you put all those facts together and translate them into dollars, this game sold easily 13 million copies.
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pezus posted 20/01/2012, 11:27
Over 500k (got an award for selling over 500k so it could be a lot higher than 500k) in Germany alone and yet only 987k in all of Europe?
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