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Kotaku: First StarCraft II Single Player Campaign Hands-On (With Spoilers)

Kotaku:

We've played one-third of one-third of StarCraft II's single-player campaign recently. Blizzard gave us a full day with the most recent playable build of the game, a seven-mission long journey through the Terran's Wings of Liberty portion of the trilogy.

We took notes. Lots of notes. And in this post, the full no facts-barred details of our hands-on time with StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty are yours for the reading. While there wasn't much in the way of massive story revelations in what we played-we were just getting access to some of the Terran vehicles by the end of our demo-there are some key characters that spoiler-phobic StarCraft fans may want to experience only for themselves.

That's why there's this alternate spoiler-free post, packed with details on StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, but short on plot points and proper names. Read on for our full, unfettered impressions and a blow-by-blow account of our time at Blizzard. (PC, Starcraft II)

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