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Monday, January 17, 2011

Starcraft II Reviews & Tactics

starcraft ii reviews

Take your game to the next level

Starcraft II is the long awaited sequel to the strategy game Starcraft. Starcraft revolutionised the strategy game world with each and every ‘character’ or soldier able to advance in level on its own. Produced by Blizzard, famous for games in the strategy and roleplaying genres, Starcraft II offers just what gamers are looking for – better graphics, better game play and an almost endless gaming experience. We review the game and its tactics.


StarCraft II is split into three installments: the base game with the subtitle Wings of Liberty, and two expansion packs, Heart of the Swarm and Legacy of the Void. The real time strategy (RTS) game has excellent cinematography and audio with an immersive single-player experience. The good news is that Blizzard made sure that the game is still playable even on a low-spec PC without sacrificing much of the detail. The campaign offers a lot of variety and there is extensive choice given to the player resulting in a lot of replay and value for money.


Surprisingly, there is no LAN (networking) ability for multi-player gaming but has online connectivity support to play against opponents from all over the world. The game only features one campaign but with significant variety in game play, the game is far from a one note wonder. The system has caused Blizzard to come into some very heavy criticism from players worldwide. Users have also complained of privacy issues with the RealID system forcing you to input your real details and taking away your anonymity.

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Warning: Once you pick this up you may not want to put it down. StarCraft 2, the PC real-time strategy follow up to 1998′s StarCraft, it was always going to be hard to live up to the hype of the first release due to its overwhelming popularity. Despite only having one campaign, initial Star Craft II reviews show that the RTS video game is meeting all expectations in terms of sales. Games like this are popular and have longevity due to the constantly challenging games experience and online component.


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