With StarCraft's sequel just around the bend, Razer has expressed its love for the franchise by whipping up three new gaming peripherals. Hardcore SC fans will be able to Zerg rush unsuspecting combatants with a StarCraft II-emblazoned Spectre mouse, Marauder keyboard, and Banshee headset - all of which have lighting accents and an overall style inspired by the StarCraft universe.

Razer says the Spectre mouse is tournament-ready for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, featuring a lightweight five-button construction designed to "provide precision control for RTS gamers." Core specs include a 5600DPI Razer Precision 3.5G laser sensor, a 1ms response time, and a gold-plated USB head. It's priced at $80 in the US, €80 in Europe, and 94,800 WON in Korea.

Carrying identically-targeted features, the Marauder keyboard boasts elevated laser-etched keys optimized for rapid command input and improved gaming performance and a dedicated on-the-fly macro recording system. The Banshee headset is, well, a headset - albeit one decked out in StarCraft baubles. Both are priced at $120, €120, and 142,800 WON.

If that's not enough to satisfy your inner-RTS nerd, you can tote your StarCraft II-branded peripherals around in a "Zerg Edition Messenger Bag," which features a tear-resistant, weather-proof 1680D ballistic nylon outer shell, a laptop compartment, and a protective shock absorbent lining. That'll set you back $90/€90/10,880 WON. All mentioned products will ship worldwide Q3 2010.