The Artbooks are always quite cool though, and even though I can afford it, I don't want to shell out an extra 40$ for something where I only value three things from it. Those being the ultralisk skin, the artbook, and the game. A bunch of digital stuff for WoW and Diablo 3, two games I don't play anymore, stuff I can watch/listen to on youtube, and cheap mouse pad aren't good incentive to me to spend extra money on it. But hey, each to their own.
I think a zergling plushy would've been quite cool >_>
I'm wondering if it is too late for me to start playing. I know I can technically start playing whenever I want, but I don't want to join in on a game that is past its prime. I have never played an RTS before but I have recently been interested in SC2. Just so you guys understand where I'm coming from: If I had never played WoW, I would not start playing it at this point.
Originally Posted by High Overlord Saurfangi7-860 @2.8GHz | Radeon HD 7770 | 8GB DDR3-1333MHz | Corsair CX 430W |
Thanks for helping me guys, all the tips in this past month helped a lot :P
Time to take a break in WOL and start studying HoTS, i don't played the beta and don't want to get owned in ladder on the launch.
Congrats! My personal goal is getting Silver in the first HotS season.
Its a wee bit annoying that I wont get to play the hots ladder for real before like 2 weeks after release due to irl stuff. If anyone wants to play wol sometime though for whatever reason I can be up for that.
Also good work Decker.
Can't wait for this now booking a few days off work to chill play this and catch up on some much needed gym time! mega excited.
I bought it when it was $20 just in case and finally got some time to finish the single player campaign. This game isn't what I expected. The story was ok, I suppose but instead of a nice relaxed planning and building game, the pace is just insane. I completed the campaign on hard and actually felt pretty good about myself.. it was actually as advertised, pretty hard, unlike the RPG games I usually play that are so easy even on the hardest settings.
Decided to jump into multiplayer today and oh my god.. the first 2 players I teamed with against PC had 120+ actions per minute and won the game while I was still building bunkers and was focusing to defend my little base. I tried a few more matches, even one against a player and the same. Does this game attract super skilled players or..? I'm not saying I'm the best player around but compared to the ones I meet in WoW and LoL etc. I'd like to think I'm at least above average.
I bought the standard edition from battle.net because I have never been one to be suckered into CE games. I really can't wait to play the campaign in HotS because Zerg is my ladder race so I can't want to see all of the different upgrades I can make to them during the campaign. Haven't been able to play a lot in the last few days due to a lot of work but ever since I seen one of Day9's old dailies were the infestor used neural parasite on a Protoss Probe and used it to build a nexus and gateways and then compose a roach/archon/DT build I have just wanted to do that so much in my games for lols XD
Help!!! Ok.. I am a complete noob when it comes to SC2.. and infatc most RTS games. I bought this last week during the offer and seems to have made a few mistakes on my research choices... Is there any way at all to unlearn them? or am I screwed and have to start the campaign again?