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Posted on November 18, 2009 | 1 CommentTokyopop provided a copy of Starcraft: Frontline Vol. 4 for review. I have been awaiting this volume for months with a lot of enthusiasm because Chris Metzen is the writer of one of the stories. It’s titled HOMECOMING. Basically it is a backstory tie-in with Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty. We were invited to play the Single Player back on July 17, and fans could play the single player demo at Blizzcon 2009. Those who...
Posted on August 17, 2009 | 1 CommentPrinted Media and Single Player Lore Integration POCKET BOOKSStarcraft: The Dark Templar, First Born Starcraft: The Dark Templar, Shadow Hunters Starcraft: The Dark Templar, Twilight During my visit to the Blizzard Entertainment offices, I had the opportunity to be among the first few mortals beyond Blizzard developers to be able to play and experience the Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty single player back on July 20, 2009. In summary, it was simply awesome. Not just...
Posted on August 16, 2009 | 1 CommentHi, I am Medievaldragon. I had the opportunity to visit the Blizzard Entertainment Headquarters to play the Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty single player campaign. I barely played through six missions, but I can tell you it was an AWESOME experience from a lore nerd point of view. After hours playing the game, I asked Chris Metzen, Blizzard’s senior vice-president of Creative Design many questions about the single player and its relevance with the printed...
Posted on August 3, 2009 | No CommentsJim Raynor visits the Armory Room aboard the Hyperion battlecruiser to check out with Chief Engineer Swann any new upgrades available to enhance infantry, buildings and vehicles capabilities. Return to the Single Player Hands On: main gallery page or close this page.
Posted on August 2, 2009 | No CommentsThis screenshot is from the mission “The Evacuation of Aria”. In this map you need to escort 50 civilians all along the road toward the hangar site—seen in this screenshot—where you can see three Hercules-class dropships awaiting civilians for extraction. The zerg is overrunning the colony and needs to be taken offworld asap. You will see a cargo truck appear near your base approximately every 5 minutes or less. Dr. Hanson will contact you to...
Posted on August 2, 2009 | No CommentsHere you can see the dig site where the Terran Dominion forces are attempting to extract a Xel’Naga artifact offworld. The sights are amazing. It shows how much detail Blizzard is putting to make our single player experience be worth the wait. This image is from mission # 2: The Dig. It’s located in Mar Sara. Return to the Single Player Hands On: main gallery page or close this page.
Posted on August 2, 2009 | No CommentsI assume the object the Raynor’s Raiders are reaching in this screenshot is one of the Protoss relics needed to complete 12/12 relics for the Xeno Research Project that grants you gain + 1 armor to all vehicles. This bonus mission objective can be obtained aboard the Hyperion at the Lab Room. This screenshot is from planet Monlyth for the mission: “Tooth and Nail”. The enemy in this mission is the Protoss Tal’drim tribe. Return...
Posted on August 2, 2009 | No CommentsIn the mission: “Tooth and Nail”, you arrive to the Protoss shrine-world Monlyth. It was abandoned centuries ago, but the Tal’drim tribe is here for mysterious reasons. Your mission is to retrieve a Xel’Naga artifact guarded by them. For the lore-nerds out there, the Tal’drim tribe is the same shown in Starcraft: The Dark Templar, Shadow Hunters by Christie Golden. Except those were left behind during the Invasion of Aiur and have survived by allying...
Posted on August 2, 2009 | No CommentsHere you can see the lava in all its awesome splendor all the way up to where the yellow minerals used to be. All buildings and units get intense hot—we have never seen this special effects in any RTS game where even the hue of units and buildings gets an intense reddish aura about it. Sheesh, I can even feel the sweat running down by looking at that. Return to the Single Player Hands On:...
Posted on August 2, 2009 | No CommentsThe single player mission “Mining Your Own Business” in planet Redstone III is one of the most fun maps due to the special effects and mechanics. You must mine a certain amount of minerals while getting assaulted by the zerg and evading the lava. This is a lava world. Send your SCVs to mine from the yellow minerals down the ramp. However, when the Adjutant warns everyone to leave the perimeter and to move up...