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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 757d ago | review

PikiGeek: Heart of the Swarm: Multiplayer Review

PikiGeek: In some ways, reviewing only the multiplayer aspect of a game is a daunting challenge in itself because so much relies of the game relies on how well your opponents play it as well. This is doubly true for StarCraft, where everything is finely crafted to complement everything else in the game without being obviously out of place. Even heavyweights like the Dawn of War and Blizzard’s own WarCraft 3 had their own problems with game balance, with the Necrons and Orks taking clear advantages over the other races. (PC, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm) -

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