Digital Trends published a review of the new StarCraft 2, which was launched this week.
Quote from the review: "It is difficult to compete with a legend. When StarCraft first came out in 1998, it was well received, and sold around 1.5 million in its first year- a respectable, albeit not spectacular number.
Somewhere along the way, the sci-fi real time strategy game managed to transcend the realm of average and become something different- just ask gamers in Korea, where the StarCraft brand has generated nationally televised competitions, a professional league complete with large cash prizes (and game fixing scandals), and even a television station. The game has gained a cult following, in the most extreme way possible."
Read the full review on Digital Trends.
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