Using Magic: the Gathering and its rules as base, efofecks and his friends made some pretty cool decks based on the StarCraft universe.
Defending against a surprise Zerg rush usually ends with a GG. Defending against a surprise Zerg rush that’s already in our base, has to end with GG. But not for EJK, who managed to came back from a quite impossible situation.
Pretty impressive from a “retired” player who no longer participates in tournaments and only plays and streams StarCraft II for fun. But hey it’s MC, one of the best Protoss players in the world. New units? New gameplay mechanics? It certainly doesn’t matter to him, as this recently recorded replay proves.
With Legacy of the Void and its 3.0 pre-patch, a couple of big changes are coming to the game’s interface. The new, revamped UI looks fantastic, but there’s some bad news as well: Replays made before the patch will no longer be supported. Aw, crap.
This is what I'm doing today while I wait for Blizzard to extend me an invitation to the beta for StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm. Watching other people play StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm.
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm is now in closed beta. You can opt in on your Battle.net account. Good luck!
Say your StarCraft II match ends prematurely, either by crash or lightning strike or murder or whatever. Right now, your only option is to suck it up and start a new game. But when Blizzard releases the expansion pack Heart of the Swarm, you'll be able to recover a crashed match by loading up the replay and jumping…
The real-time strategy game's official multiplayer mode is now up to season seven, Blizzard announced today. Rankings will be reset once again. So now's your chance to prove to the world that you deserve better than Bronze. [Blizzard]