First off, these are all potential spoilers, so if you are not interested read no further. An image file on Battle.net may hint at how StarCraft II ends.
I'm not so sure I want to read this article.. :P
I have no such troubles :)
I really can't wait to get on and play single player. I want it so much more than the MP version...
Gah, I couldn't hold myself and read it anyways. Definitely an interesting ending that i did not expect. SP will hopefully not be ruined by knowing this :P
don't want to spoil it by looking at it, but cant see Battle.net revealing the ending before it's even out
HAH! That makes me want to make you watch it!
Look at the name of the file and what you can see. It is clear as day.
oh WOW... that is just... WOW!!
Gosh, wow, with that other pic, that sure is.... ineresting...
Weeeeee. If that opresumption is right, that is what I have been hoping for Since SC1!
I never expected anything so big to be "leaked" or whatever you call it...
Yeah very surprised about that myself.
IMO this was an oversight by Blizzard. A "slap themselves in the face" sorta thing.
That half-naked pic of Kerrigan is sexeh :)
THis is so cool it is really interesting to see what is happening with all the little tid bits of information that are coming out now release is due it is pulling me in. And I really can't wait till the game is released.
Like hell am I going to read that... I'll probably be scared to check starcraftwire main page for some time =)
Schpoiler :D Now i am in a clinch, should i go for the half naked pic or should i wait till i play trough it myself ?
I really had a feeling somethin like that would happen in the end. Not saying a thing! /grin
Definately NOT going to read it. But I would assume it would lead onto the expansion...
It doesn't really reveal much tbh. Two pics and a brief description of what the author is assuming happened. It's actually pretty gritty looking, hopefully this is fake. I'd hate to see a story like this get ruined for people by a few pics.
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