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StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

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USER REVIEWS

choose one race from the three of them and triumph

By Kevin Kimaita

On Thursday, November 26, 2015

this game is very technological and that was something that amazed me so much but anyway i like the graphics so if you are a technology person you will love the game so very much.The game starts when you choose among the three races which you are going to fight with and for me i had to choose the human exiles because i saw them a bit playable and then for them to be able to fight they must be having some resources which include the following some minerals and also some gas.The game first of all is a little bit complicated but as you learn and go on you will be able to learn all the procedures.To add on that there is also on online mode where you can play with your friends no matter what part of the world they are in.The graphics are well and therefore i find them good thoug they are too technology based so try out the game and then see how it goes with you.

Pros

  • the game has very many missions to play
  • the game play is well put

Cons

  • the graphics are too technology based
  • for fisrt time beginners it is somehow hard
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The best sequel for the best strategy game is here

By Ellie Teller

On Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Starcraft II is the direct sequel to the original Starcraft by Blizzard Entertainment. The game has jumped into the new videogame generation and got its graphic aspect refreshed and updated, but the extremely fast paced gameplay and frenetic battles for supremacy remain the same as in the original one, so don´t worry, Koreans will still beat you with their eyes closed.

There are three races to choose from: the Terrans, regular humans exiled from Earth that rely on their heavy artillery and superior tactics to demolish their foes. The Protoss are a technologically superior race that is able to use their psionic force to dominate the battle field and the Zerg (my favorite ones), a vast, almost endless horde of insect-like creatures that overwhelm the enemy with the raw power of their numbers. As you can see, each race has its advantages and flaws, so you will have to learn how to play them properly if you want to climb the ranked ladder. Good luck!

Pros

  • Updated graphics make it much more enjoyable
  • The storyline is just fantastic, makes it worth trying the campaign mode

Cons

  • It’s a completely different game when you try to play against real people online
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A Starcraft version worthy of the original-upgraded graphics and gameplay

By Beatrice Tan

On Monday, November 24, 2014

I’ve always played Starcraft ever since I can remember, and I’ve loved the concept of the game. It’s like building a great sci-fi military civilization while simultaneously, defending against and attacking other civilizations in the process. Now there is a new version called StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, and I wanted to try this new version out so I downloaded and installed the free demo.

Once up and running, I realized that StarCraft II presents the same 3 competing races: the Terrans, Protoss and the Zerg race. The layout and configuration of the game is much like the original, with much better graphics and game physics. However, the aspect that I really liked in the original is no longer available in the StarCraft II is the ability to play multiplayer in LAN mode. Multiplayer can now only be played online. Now that really was a big drawback for me. For one thing, that meant you could only play against other gamers if you had Internet connection. Once your Internet goes down, you’re stuck with the single player campaign.

Notwithstanding the LAN woes, the rest of the StarCraft II feels like an upgraded, better version of StarCraft, even against the Brood Wars version. Game graphics and animation is much more engaging and stunning, and the game physics is more realistic. Map visuals are still located to the lower left, main selected characters are at the center, while character features, options and capabilities are at the lower right.

Overall, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is an amazing StarCraft version that you have to download and try. Just make sure you’re Internet is good to go if you want multiplayer.

Pros

  • More engaging and compelling gameplay
  • Game graphics and animation is much better than the original

Cons

  • No LAN multiplayer mode, just online
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

For what are you going to use the program?
  • I'm going to play as a private player who does not wish to make any more trouble than I myself can handle such as plunging into the criminal activity

Review

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is a military science fiction real-time strategy video game, developed by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the sequel of StarCraft. In this title, you have to choose one of the three available races: Terran, Zerg or Protoss. The gameplay mechanics still the same. You need to create your base, build structures and train units in order to beat the enemies.

One of the strongest points of StarCraft saga is the multiplayer mode. You can compete against players around the world in battle.net (Blizzard’s games network) in 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and 4v4 matches. Besides, the game offers some tools for designing and programming your own maps in order to customize your gaming experience.

How to play

First of all, you need to know the basics. Once you download the game, you are free to play the campaign mode, multiplayer mode or even create your own match against bots. The campaign is divided into 29 playable missions, but you can only play 26 of them in a single playthrough.

There are three available races in this title. Terrans are human exiles from Earth; Zergs are some kind of alien devourers organized in huge swarms, and Protoss are a technologically advanced race which uses mental and psionic powers. In order to triumph playing with any of these races, you will need to gather two essential resources, Mineral and Vespene gas. These will allow you to create new units and buildings. Doesn´t matter if you play as a Terran or a Zerg, resources are the base of the economy in StarCraft.

Of course you have to collect mineral and gas, but eventually you will have to fight. Each race has its own strategy, making the game different depending on your choice. You can crush your enemies with the power of a Terran Viking (some kind of armored mechanical hybrid), blow them away using your swarm of highly volatile Zerg Banelings or stab them in the back thanks to your Dark Templars. Choose your side wisely.

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Features

Here you can see some of the features of the game:

  • Competitive real-time gameplay
  • Three distinct races available: Protoss, Terran, and Zerg
  • Units and game mechanics distinguish each race
  • Massive units and army sizes supported by its 3D-graphics engine
  • Online mode support

If you are interested in this game and you need some more information before you download it, feel free to check the developer's website .

System requirements

Minimum system requirements to download and run this game are listed below:

  • OS: Windows® XP with DirectX® 9.0c
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® D
  • Video: NVIDIA® GeForce® 7600 GT or better
  • RAM Memory: 1.5 GB
  • Storage: 20 GB available HD space
  • Internet: Broadband Internet connection
  • Resolution: 1024X768 minimum display resolution

Conclusion

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is a huge game. The campaign will keep you glued to your seat for days, and its multiplayer mode is recognized as an E-Sport with millions of fans around the world. In fact, there are several tournaments where the best players of each country meet and compete for big prizes. This may sound crazy, but people like this game so much that some universities offer (believe it or not) “StarCraft’s Advanced Gameplay Mechanics” as a subject.