Instead of a new game, it's more like a fan-made expansion pack. This is because the current generation of Blizzard employees never worked on the original and lack the creativity of their predecessors. Instead, Blizzard hired obsessive nerds that eat, live, and breathe Starcraft to design the sequel so naturally they couldn't come up with anything except duplicating the original game.
"Hey man have you played SC2 yet?"
"Yeah, I tried it out but it's the same freaking game I played a decade ago. Coulda saved 50 bucks by dusting off my Brood War CD, oh well."
Hardcore basement-dwelling nerds complain about Starcraft 2 for the exact opposite reason: "OMG HOW DARE THEY CHANGE ANY OF THE UNITS OR IMPROVE THE INTERFACE WHEN I SPENT THE LAST 12 YEARS OF MY LIFE PRACTICING HOW TO MAKE SCVs GO TO MINERALS AS SOON AS THEY SPAWN!!!11!"
The ancients thought it would be like a meteor, well,
they were close.
When it is released all the fans will rejoice, and the
noobs, left in the dust. Because blizz kept the system
we love most and simply, gave us the panormaic view
we so desired, to see a wave of lings coming at you
from eye level, or to see it up close as your noob
parter runs away with his workers after you bs him
for making cannons.
brief back history: the monothiestic believe that to make ammends for creating aids and giving azns access to numeric keys (ex. 4ZN 4 L1F3)god, as it were, gave some stoned nerds at a lil hole in the wall called blizzard a few bucks and they then, created the best game ever. the end
what is good for me or the world in general my hobbies are masterbating on strip linsay lohan levels and wasting bnets bandwidth, sometimes i use hacks, is
starcraft a good game cause I heard about starcraft 2.
me: go to hell noob
The game, like its predecessor, features the three races: Terran, Zerg, and Protoss fighting for control of the sector.
General gameplay will be very similar to the original Starcraft with the edition of kickass new units and abilities, the sickest looking of which is the Protoss Mothership, which is a giant golden ship containing a protoss city inside. It looks similar to a Gua'uld Mothership from sci-fi series Stargate.