Thanks for spoiling everything, StarCraft Ghost... This game is exclusive to PC and Mac.
With games like Command & Conquer 3 and Tom Clancy's EndWar finally bringing the Realtime Strategy (RTS) genre to consoles with due success, there was some hope when rumors started flying about a sequel to StarCraft that the game might follow the trend and come to consoles along with a PC version. Sadly (for console-only gamers, at least), Blizzard has officially dashed those hopes for the time being.
On Blizzard's official StarCraft II Website FAQ, the company addressed the question directly with the following Q&A exchange:
"Will there be a console version of StarCraft II?
StarCraft II is being developed for the PC. We have no current plans to bring the game to any console platform."
Sorry 360, sorry Wii, sorry PS3. And sorry to you too, Nintendo DS -- your system may be kicking the ass of every other man-made game system known to this planet, but StarCraft II is currently only scheduled for the platform it was born to play on. (But take heart, handheld fans -- those rumors of a Blizzard project on PSP or DS are still swimming around out there...)
Blizzard's StarCraft II will be released on PC and Mac (yes, we said Mac - Apple gets a peach!), so make sure your graphics card is nice and primed for this one since it won't be on its way to your TV machine any day soon, if ever.