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Submitted by JoMO 792d ago | review

StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Review [Capsule Computers]

Author Joshua Moris at Capsule Computers writes:

"Wings of Liberty was only the beginning for StarCraft II, and now we can see the internal seed blossom with Sarah Kerrigan in Heart of the Swarm. The greatest experience of this title had to be a well driven story that can earnestly be felt by its onlookers. Containing a vast amount of emotions that have been festering since StarCraft’s original release in 1998, Heart the Swarm places you in its treacherous bowels only to emerge with new understanding of its developing characters. Sarah Kerrigan said it best herself, “I did what I had to…” And I’m here to tell you that Sarah did it very well." (PC, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm) 9.5/10

anime_swag_pro  +   792d ago
Looks like I have to reinstall starcraft and be terrible at it again.
futurefrog  +   792d ago
Great review, I love starcraft but wasnt sure of this, im sold now
LinkageAX  +   791d ago
It would have been great if this didn't require Wings of Liberty to play, especially considering the original Star Craft had all three campaigns in the one package.

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