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Post by Eorl @ 07:06pm 06/11/14 | 1 Comments
Throwback Thursday is a new weekly column here on AusGamers where Kosta Andreadis opens up the proverbial gaming industry attic, has a poke around, and amongst the photos of game developers posing in front of exotic cars, finds copies of games from a different time – and plays them.
Warcraft II in some ways is a lot like Street Fighter II, in the sense that not that many people played the original and it was the second entry that truly captured the imaginations of millions around the world. Well, that’s probably the only thing that these two games have in common, as everything else about Warcraft II is nothing like Street Fighter II at all. Unless of course it turns out that Blanka has secretly been an Orc all along.
Read on for a look back at one of the more classic strategy games and as always, let us know in the comments on your thoughts.

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Posted 05:37pm 07/11/14
Warcraft 1 also had fog of war. Thought you might like to know. Otherwise, an excellent article, on the first game I ever got on release day.
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