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This amazing 14-foot StarCraft II LEGO model took three years to build

When the disembodied voice of the Protoss commanded you to construct additional pylons, this is not what it had in mind. A group of eight Lego artists have been working on a crazy 14-foot […]

Blizzard Wants You To Know You Can Play StarCraft II For Free

Quick poll: did you know that there’s a free version of StarCraft II? And that it lets you play as any of the game’s three races in any non-ranked multiplayer match you want? Read more...

Fans Build 14 Feet of StarCraft II in LEGO

Building StarCraft units from LEGO is always awesome. Building an entire map, with all three races with their buildings and units included, is really awesome. An international group of LEGO builders just did that: A huge set featuring everything StarCraft. Read more...

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5 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

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This Is A 14-Foot Starcraft II Map. Made Out Of LEGO

So on Saturday morning I made a truck out of LEGO with my two-year-old son and I was so proud that I actually took photos of it. This 14-foot Starcraft II map made out of LEGO just hit me with a dose of pure perspective. More »     ...

17 Years Later, StarCraft's Story Is Finally Coming To An End

It’s been 17 years since the original launch of StarCraft, the seminal real-time strategy game that both revolutionized competitive gaming and went on to spawn some of the world’s most popular games, like Dota and League of Legends. In the next few months, or maybe years—this is Blizzard, after all—that long journey will finally be over. Read more...

This Is What Your Zerg Rush Does to 'Real People' in the 'StarCraft' Universe

The Zerg rush is one of the most infamous tactics in video game history: a soul-crushing swarm of space-bugs that lives in infamy. In this short film, it's unleashed upon a mother and child in a helpless space colony. Directed by web...Show More Summary

How to Unlock Crossy Road’s Secret Pro Gamer Character

The 1.2.5 update for Crossy Road adds a bunch of characters related to Korean culture, including one secret character: The pro gamer (think Starcraft). Want to know how to unlock him? Pocket Gamer has the goods. The post How to Unlock...Show More Summary

The Rush: A Very Dark StarCraft Fan Film [Video]

Somewhere, on a remote terran colony… A short StarCraft fan film by Freddie Wong. [RocketJump] The post The Rush: A Very Dark StarCraft Fan Film [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Prepare for The Rush in StarCraft Fan Film

Where will you be when the Zerg strike? The post Prepare for The Rush in StarCraft Fan Film appeared first on

The Zerg Invades a Small Terran Colony In This StarCraft Fan Movie

You won’t expect StarCraft onslaught at first. But like on any map in the Terran campaign, there’s no mercy for Terran colonists. Read more...

Yes, This Starcraft Mural Was Made In Minecraft

The above. It looks like any old screenshot from Starcraft, right? Wrong. This was made in Minecraft and is the largest piece of pixel art ever created in Minecraft — 1,128,960 blocks were used to create this. Mindblowing. More »   ...

'Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void' News: Prologue 'Whispers of Oblivion' Coming Soon

With the "Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void" in closed-beta and without a definite release date in sight yet, Blizzard seems to think they need to appease fans who are eagerly waiting for the next expansion pack of "Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty." During the E3 2015, the developer announced that they are releasing a prologue to the upcoming expansion pack.

StarCraft II Legend "MC" Retires

Korean Jang Min-chul (a.k.a. MC) is one of the most consistent pro players in StarCraft II. Make that was, because he announced on Twitter that he’s retiring. He’s not just skilled, but has been a very entertaining personality (a rare thing to have in esports). So, this announcement is a quite the shock. Read more...

StarCraft II: Whispers of Oblivion Challenges Protoss Players

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

Whispers of Oblivion is a three-mission prologue campaign for the upcoming StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void expansion, and it looks great.

StarCraft 2 Whispers Of Oblivion Prologue Missions Announced

Last year during BlizzCon, Blizzard announced the next installment in the StarCraft 2 franchise dubbed Legacy of the Void. This will essentially be the Protoss story for StarCraft 2 and it is also expected to conclude the StarCraft story. Show More Summary

Free prologue missions announced for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void

A handful of prologue missions, collectively titled Whispers of Oblivion, are to be released ahead of StarCraft 2's second expansion, Legacy of the Void. The three missions included with the pack will help connect events from the end...Show More Summary

StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void prologue campaign releasing for free

StarCraft 2: Whispers of Oblivion is a mini-campaign bridging the final two episodes of Blizzard’s strategy blockbuster – and you can have it for free. Whispers of Oblivion will be free for everyone, regardless of whether they own any other StarCraft releases. The mini-campaign of three missions was announced during the E3 2015 PC Gaming […]

E3 2015: Starcraft 2: Whispers of Oblivion free to all players

Blizzard took to the stage during the first ever PC Gaming E3 Show tonight to reveal Starcraft 2: Whispers of Oblivion. The 3-part mission will be available to all those who preorder Legacy of the Void, however, the missions will later become available to all players - even those who don't own any Starcraft games.

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void prologue missions will be free to download

Blizzard took the penultimate spot in the PC gaming show at E3 tonight. Executive Producer Chris Sigaty and Game Director Dustin Browder started off talking about Heroes of the Storm, but eventually got to some juicy information about the final chapter of the StarCraft II saga. Show More Summary

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