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Submitted by Nightshade386 1685d ago | review

GamesEyeView: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Review

To say GamesEyeView has been patiently waiting for StarCraft II is an understatement. They may have been guilty of re-watching some old TV show box sets, cleaning the garage they thought they’d never get to or even watching spiders spin their webs to pass the time for this release. In brief, this was a long and highly anticipated title for them. Shorty after the game's announcement mid 2007, they put in our pre-order. That pre-order receipt is now over three years old and the thermal print is completely unreadable. Fortunately, this information is kept in the system and they were able to finally hold the game in their hands shortly after 12:00AM on July 27, 2010. It’s hard to believe 12 years have passed since the first game. Anyways, the million dollar question: was it worth the wait? They think so! (Activision, Blizzard, PC, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty)
Tipsed by: Nightshade386
8.75/10

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