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Submitted by Cyrus365 1719d ago | review

PALGN: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Review

PALGN writes: "After 12 years of anticipation, three years of post-announcement hype, and a Beta that lasted a good few months (and was quite fantastic, mind you), the sequel to one of the most beloved PC games ever released, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty has finally arrived. Blizzard Entertainment is notorious for taking their sweet time with their games, but are also known to release some seriously polished stuff. From Diablo to World of WarCraft, Blizzard has maintained a very solid track record, even if it does take about 80 human years for them to release a game. So how does arguably one of the most anticipated sequels in gaming history fare? Read on to find out." (PC, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty) 9.5/10

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