I took a look at ebgames yesterday... $100 :/
However, are there any issues in terms of highping when playing on NA or Asia servers from Australia?
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My ping to NA is better than to SEA.
Korean server is best for both, I exclusively play on Korea now. You lose having native English language for everything, but with a relocaliser, you only miss out on a bunch of text that you can figure out what it says by yourself easy enough. Not everyone's cup of tea, but if you're buying an account and all you care about is playing StarCraft, then go Korean.
It's also way cheaper (full Taiwan account is $38ish I think? Taiwan client connects to Korean server)
Re Korean account I thought it was hard to get one unless you were Korean? Taiwan may be easier though.
If you don't know how to do that:
1) search for "cmd" on pc, then open it
2) type "tracert us.battle.net" and hit enter.
3) ignore the first few pings but the later ones should all be generally around the same range if you have stable net and will give you an idea of your ping.
Oh also sc2sea.com or mwave.com are both the best places to buy from Australia.
On April 09 2012 00:48 ixehquh wrote:
thanks for your help. at sc2sea they only sell the tw/kr version. is this version using the same servers like the SEA version?
at mwave i cant find anything, but offgamers offers sea version for $52. is this shop trustworthy?
Yes, I purchased an NA key from OffGamers and it worked perfectly.
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