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Blizzard has announced the thrilling conclusion to the StarCraft II saga, "Legacy of the Void."

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Finally. I've been waiting for the third part of this game for over a year now. StarCraft II is one of my favorite games ever made. I don't play that much multiplayer for it, but there are some noticable changes coming with this expansion.

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Source: http://legacyofthevoid.com
Sledgstone

By Sledgstone, in Games,




I'm more impressed by the Cinematic trailer than I am by the actual gameplay. Blizzard can surprisingly make Pixar quality movies. The game looks like a fun FPS multiplayer with heroes like a MMOBA game. I hope they do more with this game than just make a competitive shooter. I'd love to see a single player / co-op campaign. With a cinematic trailer like that, the cut scenes would be great.
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DeathscytheX

By DeathscytheX, in Games,

Mortal Kombat X (called X instead of 10) will arrive in 2015. The MK series has a history of relying on cheapness rather than skill. MKX is trying to evolve into a more complex fighter. I will update this topic as character profiles are revealed.
Raiden

Kano

Quan Chi - Honestly what the CPU will do with Quan Chi makes me not want to even buy this game. lol

Sledgstone


The series premiered with it's opening movie last night and I was impressed. I had lower expectations for this show and thought it would be another clone wars series, but instead it was quite a bit different. The scene changes and flow of the series is very different. I would have preferred a different animation style, but its good for what it is. Star Wars Rebels takes place shortly after the fall of the Jedi that happened in Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith. Here is the best part though.. this series seems to be very inspired by KOTOR.

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