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Submitted by exsturminator01 1871d ago | review

A Review of Star Craft part Duece (Beta)

Star Craft II was for many years considered to be vaporware, running alongside such titles as Duke Nukem Forever, and everyones new favorite, Half Life 2 Episode 3. The game was officially announced in 2007, but as we look back on some of the history of Blizzard and how resources were allocated after the initial release of Star Craft I, it is assumed that this long awaited sequel actually first saw devolpment in 2000. Due to the development of World of Warcraft and Warcraft III, resources were pulled from the SCII project, and it was shelfed until 2005, when Blizzard decided that to put off such a classic title any longer would be folly. Resources were then diverted for the first mass scale production of what we now know as Star Craft II: Wings of Liberty. (Next-Gen, PC, Starcraft II, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty) 4/5

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