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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:52pm 16/11/15 | 1 Comments
Blizzard has revealed that Legacy of the Void, the third and final part of the StarCraft II trilogy, sold over 1 million copies within 24-hours of its launch. So yeah, chalk it up as another smash hit for the veteran PC developer. And in case you've been too busy fighting off radiation and giant rad-roaches, StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void was also released on November 10. We'll have our review of the game up pretty soon, so in the meantime click through for some initial impressions.

It's pretty awesome! And if you've been a fan of the series it's really a no-brainer. The Protoss perspective is especially fascinating and the real-time cut-scenes are polished to the point where a RTS game (in 2015 no less) has some of the best cinematic sequences we've seen in a long time. Plus, it concludes an epic story line that began all the way back in 2011.

Anyway, the full review is coming soon. So stay tuned.

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Posted 09:27pm 16/11/15
would have sold more if it was on steam
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