So you’ve started watching several Starcraft 2 Beta replays on your PC and you decide that you want in on the action. Unfortunately, you don’t have a BETA key to do that.
Say you’re part of the lot that was unlucky enough to not get picked fro the Starcraft II Closed BETA but want to be able to watch replays. Do you wait for a Starcraft
Blizzard has just announced the start of closed beta testing for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and a handful of lucky (bastards?) players are already enjoying the game. As for the much awaited
Starcraft fan? Check. Lego fan? Check. What do you get when you combine them? A Starcraft 2 Lego Collection! A Protoss
Blizzard’s Mike Morhaime confirmed via the E3 Liveblog that Starcraft II will indeed be shipped by the end of 2009 although he then says that’s not yet set in stone. After all, it’s blizzard.
I’ve been a Starcraft fan for the longest time, and the screenshot below is one of the most breathtaking (I’m a zerg player btw) scenes I’ve seen. Stuck on a defensive ledge with limited
Surprise surprise. Blizzard has just dropped the announcement at BlizzCon (where else?) that it’s upcoming and highly anticipated RTS sequel StarCraft II will be a trilogy of games. Why a trilogy? To give focus