Tag: starcraft

StarCraft 2 Heart of the Swarm Campaign First Impressions (No Spoilers)

StarCraft 2 Heart of the Swarm Campaign First Impressions (No Spoilers)

NO SPOILERS My copy of StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm arrived on launch day. I had pre-loaded the client via Blizzard’s Battle.net service, and all I had to do to get playing was enter my license key. I started the first of the single player campaign missions at about 7:30PM and played for the […]

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StarCraft 2: You’ve Been Dancin With Mr Blackstone

StarCraft 2: You’ve Been Dancin With Mr Blackstone

The second StarCraft 2 video game, Heart of the Swarm is due for release on March 12 of this year. I’ve been following news about the expansion for awhile, and have been spending time playing the beta. However, the beta test only covers the multiplayer / competitive aspect, and does not hint at the single […]

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Pyle Pro PMHM2 Omni-directional Headset Microphone Review

Pyle Pro PMHM2 Omni-directional Headset Microphone Review

I use Skype most of the time when I make phone calls from home. I may be working from home, or playing online games with my friends. In either case, I use the Monoprice 8323 over the ear headphones to hear what’s going on. This headset doesn’t have a microphone. For awhile I used an […]

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Change Your Battle Net Password

Change Your Battle Net Password

Blizzard Entertainment announced yesterday that their online gaming service Battle.Net has been compromised by hackers. Blizzard stated that key information could have been obtained, including encrypted passwords and personal question information. However, I don’t think they know the full extent of the breach. Blizzard recommends that everyone change their password. This means that if you’ve […]

StarCraft II: Carrier Has Arrived

StarCraft II: Carrier Has Arrived

The first StarCraft computer game was released by Blizzard Entertainment in 1998. StarCraft was a real time strategy game, wherein players controlled troops and buildings from an isometric “god-like” perspective. Units and buildings were purchased from resources mined by workers. In the multi-player modes, every player started out with one home base and a few […]

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