A ton of people played StarCraft II when it was first released, then moved on. To keep playing it, over and over, means you're getting more out of it than just seeing Jim Raynor clomp around for a few hours. If you're standing on the outside and ever wondered just what that is, this video will help. »
If you ever watched livestreams of any eSports event, you might have noticed that the camera sometimes stays too long on one person in the crowd, and it can get really uncomfortable. Or it could be so terrifying and shocking that you flee immediately, like the ladies above. »
A lot of people still miss the way the first StarCraft handles features like unit control and economy. Three years later, fans are still debating whether or not StarCraft II's new units are overpowered. Enter Starbow, an unofficial fan-made mod that aims to recreate the best aspects of Brood War in StarCraft II. It's… »
Russian chess grandmaster and former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov is in Seoul to participate in a local sports fair. And since South Korea is the capital of eSports, it was inevitable for him to weigh in on League of Legends and StarCraft, which are essentially the number one rivals of chess. »
On the left: 25 explosive Zerg units controlled by StarCraft II's AI. Just a few of them would be enough to crush the thirty defenceless marines on the right. But the world's best player, Innovation shows us how to control and split them properly, with insane speed and accuracy.
An Internet outage in the Austin, Texas area nearly sank a world-class StarCraft II player's bid to advance in the game's world championship tournament. His uplink stabilized in time for him to gut out two match victories and advance, however. »
Blizzard's mobile Battle.net Authenticator is a handy way to secure your StarCraft, World of Warcraft and Diablo accounts from rampant hackers, unless a major iOS upgrade screws it up. Then you're in for a headache. »