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The most solid, familiar RTS around.
Varied, fun missions.
Briskly paced campaign.
A big bag of cliché.
Expensive for an expansion.
Not so good dialogue.
Matchmaking still has a few kinks.
By Gaming Nexus on March 25, 2013
Heart of the Swarm delivers a fun single player experience and updates to the multiplayer portion of the game. It took a while to get here and the 20 or so missions available is a little shorter experience that I would've liked for waiting two and a...
By NZGamer on March 21, 2013
I’m not sure I like Kerrigan. She's a little disturbed. It seems there is no pleasing some people, lest of all the Queen of Blades. But maybe the fact that I don’t like her is an example of good characterisation, which is the mark of a...
By IGN on March 20, 2013
Kerrigan's vengeful rampage may come with a generous helping of cheese and some tedious boss fights, but the chance to play with increasingly powerful units and abilities makes up for a lot – as does some inventive mission design and greater-than-average replayabilty appeal.
By GameSpot on March 20, 2013
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm's fantastically diverse campaign and entertaining online play make up for its lackluster...
By Strategy Informer on March 20, 2013
Round 2, fight! Blizzard has finally given us the second chapter in StarCraft 2’s soap opera and it arguably has the best of the factions take the star role because, well, everyone likes being the ‘bad guy’ right? Well that might just...
By Trusted Reviews on March 20, 2013
The big question hanging over StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm is whether it validates Blizzard's decision to split StarCraft II into a trilogy, each chapter focusing on one of the three major races of the StarCraft universe: Terran, Protoss and...
By TechSmart.co.za on March 20, 2013
With crisp storytelling, brutal multiplayer and a devoted fanbase, all signs are pointing to Starcraft II having a very bright future. Go forth and slay all who oppose you, for you are numberless, you are the Swarm.Tags: Starcraft | Wings of Liberty...
By PCAdvisor on March 19, 2013
An overarching theme in Heart of the Swarm is the Zerg's evolution, and how they must always change to survive. Many fans will want more units, mechanics, and tweaks to the StarCraft formula. But remember, evolution takes time... and apparently more than three years.
By EuroGamer on March 19, 2013
If there's a single competitive bone in your body, you really need to play Heart of the Swarm. If you're only interested in the tactical tasting menu of the campaign - you still need to play it. Good luck, have fun.
By PC Advisor on March 19, 2013
Just as the Zerg are always evolving, so too is Blizzard's iconic real-time strategy series. Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm doesn't just upgrade and expand the exceptional StarCraft formula--this game also hacks, cuts, and refines the core...
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