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After nearly a three year wait, the first expansion to Starcraft II has arrived and brought a plethora of welcome changes to the game. The expansion itself provides a new twenty mission campaign as well as new maps, units, and balance changes to the multiplayer. The expansion also launched Blizzard's all new UI for Heart of the Swarm as well as Wings of Liberty, which includes groups, clans, the ability to watch replays with other players, and the ability to start playing a game from a replay. I...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Note- This text refers to the Campaign only.As the Queen of Blades defiantly stands over a besieged Terran city watching her Zerg swarm breach its defenses and tear humanity to shreds, you remember again that the woman once known as Sarah Kerrigan’s thirst for revenge has killed the last bit of it in herself. But for all the great and terrible power she once wielded, Sarah has been confined to a sterile white-walled lab, a woman once more. Fitting of the ravenous brood at its core, StarCraft II:...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
If you like StarCraft 2 already, then just go and buy Heart of the Swarm. The campaign is great, although a little easier than Wings of Liberty, and a touch shorter. But the real reason to come to this is the deep multi-player which will continue to evolve over time. Back to the ladder!...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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