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Submitted by Lucario 388d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm Collector’s Edition Review

DHGF: Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm is a strong expansion to 2010’s Wings of Liberty, thanks to a strong campaign and some solid additions to the online play, and while it’s certainly not perfect, it’s good enough that this doesn’t really matter. The core plot is pretty well written and should be fun for those who want to see more of Kerrigan, Raynor and the Zerg in general, the game looks as good as ever, and the audio is basically amazing, as always. The game is as mechanically varied as its predecessors, allowing you mouse controls and hotkeys to cater to both new and skilled players, and the game generally performs well and is intuitive to play all in all. There’s a decent amount of content to the expansion, between the lengthy campaign, the addition of new units for online play, and a wide variety of online and offline options to work with even outside of the basic multiplayer and campaign, so you’ll have a lot to do here. (PC, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm) -

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