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Submitted by ShadyDevil 1763d ago | review

TGH:Starcraft II: Wings Of Liberty Review

TGH Writes: "So Blizzard has spent twelve years and $100 million creating StarCraft II. But what they’ve actually done, as you may well be aware by now, is release the first chapter in what is set to be an episodic game. This initial portion, subtitled Wings of Liberty, restricts you to playing a solo campaign as the humanoid Terran, with the Zerg and the Protoss becoming unlocked in two more add-on packs that will arrive in due course. Whether Blizzard will charge a cut price for the expansions or put them out as three complete games is unclear, but I’m pretty certain that StarCraft fans will pay any price to continue this venerable RTS saga, and this new arrival is by no means a third of a game." (PC, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty) 4/5

Update The first sentence regarding the cost of the title is a falsity. Please disregard.

Hitman0769  +   1763d ago
I've been playing this for a few hours now and It feels so good it's truly like crack.
rekcahdam  +   1763d ago
I love this game. The single player is so much more enjoyable than the first, but the multi-player is where its at!

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