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11-15-2009 @ 5:45PM
@MagnettIn Warhammer Online's case it is used to differentiate itself from the non-online game that it is based off of: Warhammer. Warhammer has been around since 1983 and many people think of that game when they hear Warhammer. It's a means to identify that there is an online version of that game. Without Warhammer, Warcraft probably wouldn't have started the way it started and without Warhammer 40,000 StarCraft most certainly wouldn't exist as it currently does.I, for one, am glad Games Workshop didn't partner up with Blizzard for a game. If so we probably would have never had Warcraft or Starcraft.
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