StarCraft II: Wings Of Liberty Reviewed
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Appletell has posted a new review of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty from Blizzard Entertainment. The real-time strategy game continues the story of the Terrans, Zerg, and Protoss with an expanded single player campaign, and features all new units and strategies for multiplayer fans to explore. Gaming Nexus gave SC II a score of 4 out of 5.
From the review:
Perhaps the biggest thing veteran players will notice is that in the single-player campaign the game focuses almost completely on the human faction (the alien Protoss have a short series of side quests, while the insect-like Zerg are entirely enemies). Interspersed by elaborate, well-produced cut scenes, players follow Marshall Jim Raynor as he attempts to overthrow the corrupt Terran government while also trying to figure out how to save the universe from the Zerg invasion.Head over to the page below to read more.
Appletell: StarCraft II Wings Of Liberty Review
While the basic structure of each mission doesn’t change (harvesting resources to build armies to fight the opposing forces), missions offer different tactical challenges: escorting a civilian transport through Zerg-infested territories, liberating political prisoners from a prison planet, or harvesting special minerals from a planet that regularly floods with lava.
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