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Submitted by venum 2019d ago | review

Gameplanet Review: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

Blizzard have stuck to what they know with this sequel to one of the most beloved RTS titles of all time. Don't expect any revolutionary twists to the classic gameplay - although what is included is imbued with the kind of perfection you've come to expect from one of the best developers in the world.
Ups:

Excellent cinematography and audio. An immersive singleplayer experience, within a dutifully realised setting. Care lavished on the details. Significant variety in missions. Extensive choice given to the player.
Downs:

No LAN ability. A minor paradox of choice with the glut of units available in singleplayer. Multiplayer is not for the faint of heart. (PC, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty) 9.5/10

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