StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty March 18, 2010Posted by pcgamesmagazine in pc games magazine.
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Multiplayer Beta Impressions: StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty
Fast, addictive, intuitive, genuine. We tested the multiplayer voracious Terran, Protoss and Zerg.
The closed beta for StarCraft II has just begun, and we’ve spent the last days jugándola depth to tell what he looks like a new game from Blizzard. The classic prepare your return, and delirium of the fans has changed very little.
If you followed now know that StarCraft II recently has begun closed beta of the game. Blizzard has sent us a copy of the multiplayer beta test it thoroughly, and we will study what the U.S. plans to return to the saga’s most important real-time strategy to the forefront of gaming.
You may not have great innovations over the original beyond its revamped graphic part, but the enormous spirit and quality of the first title of the series are elements that are undaunted, and its main hook that also remains intact: The pace and addiction.
Quality graphics, textures, postprocessing, Reflections, Effects, Shaders, Lights, Shadows, Terrain, Physical, Quality Models, Portraits of Unity and Movies: All of them with choices between Low, Medium, High and Ultra, as well as the logical resolution and the ever useful display mode between window and full screen.
In addition to these new prints Playable StarCraft II, we continue to leave the fantastic taste of the game that Blizzard expected. The news may sound a little, however we are talking about one of the forerunners of the popularity they now enjoy the strategy, so it is only right to give Blizzard the benefit of continuing to exploit a formula that did not create, but yes refined almost beyond imagination.