StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is the long-awaited sequel to the original StarCraft, Blizzard Entertainment’s critically acclaimed sci-fi real-time strategy game. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is both a challenging single-player game and a fast-paced multiplayer game, and it also taps into Battle.net – Blizzard Entertainment’s fully-featured online gaming service.
StarCraft II features three distinct ’races’ whose armies comprise entirely unique units and structures. Each race has its own strengths and weaknesses, and knowing their tactical profiles can mean the difference between glorious victory or crushing defeat.
I really don’t understand why some people love this game so much. It just shows that Starcraft became much worse. The story is average, the dialogues are dumb, and the gameplay is very repetitive and unsatisfying. Add here linear mission you don’t want to replay and the lack of any challenge, and you get a mediocre game that can be hardly named Starcraft. As for me, Blizzard ruins its every franchise - and this one is just another disappointing title.
Legacy of the Void is the best part of the trilogy. Everything from the story to the visuals and music is amazing. The game is very nostalgic and makes you feel like playing the first Starcraft (I mean the experience, not the quality). It’s made with great attention to the details, and it’s such a pleasure to play this game.