Pulling my loyalty away from Warcraft III and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne would be like some movie coming along not named Predator and winning my affection as the greatest action movie ever filmed. Having now had a chance to entrench myself in Wings of Liberty, I can easily say that the single-player campaign is epic like only Blizzard knows how to make, with a stellar plot and stunning cutscenes leading way into my greatest real-time strategy experience of all-time.
Players unfamiliar with the StarCraft story won't be left in the dark, as it manages to call back upon previous events throughout the course of the original title. The long and the short of this space opera is that there are three races vying for survival: the Terrans, human exiles from Earth with massive firepower; the Protoss, a species with surgical psionic powers and stunning technological capabilities; and the Zerg, a race of insectoid aliens capable of breeding massive swarms that have been consuming entire planets and are feared to take over life as you know it.
Players assume the role of the Terrans, lead by series antagonist...
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