I think you may have missed the point of this thread, was the point I was trying to make... There's sub-forums here at DSLReports.com
specifically for gaming news. This thread was intended to be a repository of information regarding how certain games work under HughesNet.
Incidentally, my experience with Blizzard customer support have been pretty satisfactory. If I had Diablo III
and my account was hacked, I'd just ring up Blizzard and have them help me out like they did the one time my World of Warcraft
account got hacked. (Before I linked it to a Battle.Net
account. Before it was mandatory.)
On that same note, I'm pretty sure people can't sell
a Diablo III
access key since they're linked to Battle.Net
accounts... They'd have to sell the entire account... which would be pretty darn easy for the Blizzard customer service people to reverse, all things considered.
said by Kingdra :
A quick question... why can't one log-in to world of tanks? Surely there must be some way around this or some sort of error on the part of Hughes.net?
I wish I had an answer, but unfortunately, I never got it to work and the makers of the game were of absolutely no help whatsoever, either...--
ISP: HughesNet Satellite Internet
Modem Model: HN9000
Service Plan: Grandfathered ProPlus -- 425 MB + 100 MB/day, 1050 MB total, 1.6 Mbps DL; 250 Kbps UL)