StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm - Easy Way to Play Campaign [ Guide ]
The Heart of the Swarm singleplayer campaign is pretty fun to play. There's about 12 hours of gameplay in it, with different features that give players the experience of being Kerrigan and the Swarm. For those who are a bit intimidated by StarCraft II's gameplay, yet still want to fully experience the HotS campaign, then here's an easy way to play it.
While it's not entirely a shortcut for winning, it is less micro-intensive for those who aren't used to StarCraft II or RTS games in general. This method will enable you to just attack-move towards your objective without too much [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm [ Review ]
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm
When StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty first came out after about 12 whole years since the release of StarCraft: Brood War, the franchise had become a legend in the real time strategy genre. So new game gained a lot of praise and acclaim at first. The campaign had a lot of new features and refreshing elements, and the story was alright. However, with those 12 years, the tastes of gamers had changed as well, so it was a challenge for Blizzard to satisfy the hardcore fans. With Heart of the Swarm, plenty of features [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Updates and Release Date [ News ]
For those who have not heard yet, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm now has a definite release date, as well as big updates that will make the game worth getting indeed. StarCraft II stands against some stiff competition in the modern video game market, with tons of new titles vying for attention, as well as free-to-play titles that have proven to be incredibly popular. It's only a matter of time before Blizzard's current business model starts to take it right to the gut, but only time will tell.
March 12, 2013
After much speculation and while still in the middle of [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm BETA - Balance Update #2 [ News ]
Blizzard has now come out with a new major patch for the Heart of the Swarm Beta, which can affect how the game will be once it's finally released sometime next year. The expansion has gone through several major changes throughout its development cycle, which is a result of Blizzard closely following feedback from the community due to the game's focus on its competitive multiplayer aspect.
After all the community feedback, Blizzard has decided to completely remove the Warhound from the beta for now. It was to be the semi-return of the Goliath from Brood War and it would make mech [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Beta [ Review ]
After a bit of a wait and a lot of teasers, Blizzard has finally put up Heart of the Swarm to closed beta. While only a handful of players get beta access, a lot of them have posted videos on YouTube, as well as their impressions on sites like TeamLiquid and the r/starcraft section of Reddit. From what they have come up with so far, there are a lot of good and bad things about the current state of this new expansion to StarCraft II.
Perhaps the most talked about unit in HotS is the Warhound, which has proven to be [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm - New Multiplayer Units Update [ News ]
In the recent 2012 MLG Spring Championship in Anaheim, Blizzard had previewed the updated build of Heart of the Swarm, which shows the various changes and additions made since the first preview back in BlizzCon 2011.
The changes for each race are the following.
The Replicant has been removed due its purpose being unfulfilled. Instead of diversifying the Protoss arsenal and giving players more incentive for variety, it made them not make certain units since they can just copy whatever their opponents have, like Siege Tanks or Infestors.
The Tempest is still what will most likely replace the Carrier, but its purpose has [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm - Updated Features and Beta [ News ]
Perhaps a lot of you have already read about the updates on the upcoming Heart of the Swarm expansion for StarCraft II. But since they were made in separate announcements, then it's a good time to compile all that information into one article to help those who may not completely understand what has been going on.
While the game's release date has been pushed back to 2013, it does mean that more changes and additions may be put into the upcoming expansion. With Blizzard declaring their commitment to delivering as promised, they've announced the following changes to what they had already [...More
Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm - New Units and Changes [ Preview ]
As BlizzCon 2011 was about to start, Blizzard went for hard blows right off the bat by revealing the new units for Heart of the Swarm that they've been teasing about for the past few weeks. They've included detailed images and brief descriptions, as well as a preview trailer of them in action. There are also very big changes to the game that will have the metagame turned inside-out.
Each race has new units ready for Heart of the Swarm. Both Terran and Protoss have three new units each, while Zerg has two. Even though it seems like Zerg seems [...More
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm - Gameplay [ Trailer ]
If you are still not satisfied with the 45 sec trailer for StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm which was released a few days ago by Blizzard Entertainment, well here is another gameplay trailer for StarCraft II fans out there.
StarCraft II: Heart of Swarm is the second [...More
Starcraft 2 - Heart of the Swarm
Seems we've come across a quick 45 second teaser trailer for Starcraft 2 that was leaked this weekend. We aren't too sure where it came from or if Blizzard intended for it to get out either way we found it pretty interesting and thought you would too so don't waste [...More
Call of Duty : Black Ops - Project Nova (Walkthrough & Intel) [ Guide ]
A walkthrough for Call of Duty : Black Ops - Project Nova
by Kenneth Stubbs (OmegaMustard)
You start out in the snow. Follow Dimitri onto the truck. You will black
out here and there telling the story and you will come too. You will
be fighting to the Nazi outpost. Run up the hill and start taking out
soldier that are standing out in the open in the far left. Now slowly
make your way down to the house in the middle of the crater of snow. Take
out the guys in here. Now make your way to the marker in front of the
Project Milo Canceled [ Rumor ]
When you ask many people what was the most promising tech demo shown that has utilized the potential power of Kinect, many will answer that it was Project Milo. The interaction with this child on the TV with him picking up your emotions, reacting to items you scan into the game, and interacting with your every move seemed to really get people excited about the possibilities of Kinect. Well since that demo, announcements have been made about the Kinect's capabilities and hardware that has kinda brought us back to earth. If true this rumor might serve to really dumb down [...More
Bungie Building New Engine for Next Project
With Halo Reach officially out of the gate, the guys over at Bungie can now move full time into their new IP deal with Activision and into its next Blockbuster series. According to Develop Bungie has decided to ditch the engine used for the Halo series and will build an entire new engine from the ground up. This is huge for many reasons one of which meaning they will not be using the Unreal engine or the CryEngine. It also means it will be a significant amount of time before we have any idea what the new IP is or [...More
FEAR 2 : Project Origin
Back in 2005, FEAR was rightly seen as a new standard in the horror game genre and gained rave reviews from all corners of the gaming industry. Four years on can FEAR 2 : Project Origin match, or possibly better its predecessor?
With the recent release of Resident Evil 5, it is going to be difficult for FEAR 2 : Project Origin to find itself selling as well as perhaps it would do with a slightly more considered release date, however the game does offer enough to players - both new and fans of the genre - to ensure it is [...More