10°
Submitted by Cyrus365 1703d ago | review

Guardian: Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty Review

Guardian writes: "With the exception of Duke Nukem Forever, this is surely the longest we've ever had to wait for a video game sequel.

The original Starcraft came out in 1998, long after Command & Conquer, and it quickly captured a massive fan base by virtue of featuring three very different playable races rather than the usual two. This was a far cry from the formula of simply replacing Allied buildings, units and characters with Soviet or Chinese ones to differentiate between campaigns." (PC, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty) 4/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (PlayStation 4) review | Honestgamers

56m ago - HG: The once-triumphant Final Fantasy brand has been in an awfully confused state for a good dec... | PS4
30°

Review: Battlefield: Hardline | Purexbox

57m ago - Purexbox: Like the Call of Duty franchise, Battlefield has been doing the same thing for a few y... | PC
Ad

Filmwatch Contest Details

Now - Check out here how you can win awesome prizes with us over at Filmwatch. | Promoted post
30°

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Review | Gamestyle

57m ago - GS: I have played most of the Final Fantasy games over the years, missing out the MMORPG affairs... | PS4
30°

Pillars of Eternity Review | Aciontrip

57m ago - Actiontrip: The last hardcore, isometric CRPG I played was Baldur’s Gate, the original game, and... | PC
20°

Review: Pillars of Eternity | Destructoid

57m ago - DTOID: Pillars of Eternity is a sort of game which appeared unlikely to exist again in any meani... | PC