StarCraft: Brood War (1998)

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After the events of StarCraft (1998) the Protoss try to unite their divided race while still fighting the weakened Zerg which is also attacked by human expedition from Earth.


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9 December 2008 | Knersuz
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| An excellent sequel to the original Starcraft
A number of expansion packs lack the quality and focus of the original game, and one gets the feeling that it is just a cynical attempt of the developers to milk a few extra dollars out of fans of the original game. This is certainly not true for Starcraft: Broodwar, it is obvious that a lot of effort was made by Blizzard to produce a expansion that is on par with the original game. Starcraft: Broodwar felt more like a sequel than a mere expansion pack.

The storyline of the single campaign is as detailed and interesting as the original and a few useful units were added for each race. I only have two complaints, the first is that some of the missions are fiendishly difficult and there are a few times I had to resort to cheat codes to be able to finish the mission. My other complaint is the shortage of cut scenes, there are basically only one for each campaign. The developers took such a lot of effort with the storyline, why not follow it through with decent cinematics? Overall, if you enjoyed the original Starcraft, don't miss out on Starcraft: Broodwar, if you didn't, Starcraft: Broodwar is not going to change your mind because it is essentially more of the same.

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