GameShark writes: "For a game that's over ten years old, StarCraft is still an undeniable beast. As a worldwide smash hit that's still competitively played to this day, Blizzard has kept secrets tightly tucked away in its offices for years as the sequel was quietly readied for development. At this year's BlizzCon, I was lucky enough to get my hands on the latest build of the soon-to-be blockbuster, and even though it's mostly the same game with a new set of paint, it looks to surely please fans that have been waiting for a true sequel."
Why You Should Care: The same game you loved in 1998, with an even prettier coat of paint and improved multiplayer mechanics
Why You Should Worry: If you didn't like StarCraft, there's no way in hell you'll like this