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Friday, July 4, 2008

Blizzard WWI 2008 Highlights, StarCraft and Ghosts

The 2008 Blizzard Worldwide Invitational was a complete success, and this may not be my last post about it. Myself and all of the other people across the globe and in Paris, France, had the "honor" to watch the first three games of StarCraft 2 multiplayer live (myself - webcast, people in Paris at the WWI - live). I was excited and that multiplayer "tournament" was a surprise, since they decided it on the spot, and it wasn't announced prior. Besides that, it just made all the StarCraft Universe fans to be more eager for the game, and wanting it to come out sooner than later is not just my wish alone, but the wish of thousands and thousands of fans. After the announcement of Diablo III, everything went crazy. There had been rumours that the game is being made, but this time it was official. I'll leave you with some videos to see for now, because words are just useless at this moment.

Blizzard Worldwide Invitational 2008 Highlights

Blizzard Worldwide Invitational 2008 Day-One Wrap-Up

And since we're talking about StarCraft, here's something to keep you warm from StarCraft 2, because, let's not forget, when it will come out, it'll me a massacre.

StarCraft 2 Trailers

And long forgotten, as a Ghost of the past, there is, still, StarCraft: Ghost. Little miss Nova is never forgotten by those whom awaited this game to get out. But alas, it was canceled. But with Blizzard developing 3 games now already, I wouldn't be surprised if StarCraft: Ghost will be announced in the future. Because you never know. The idea is good, the gameplay CAN be good, since technology has evolved so much since 2003, and I for one would enjoy blasting some units in an up close and personal manner via StarCraft: Ghost. So Nova, we are waiting for you!

StarCraft: Ghost - Official Movies

StarCraft: Ghost - Official Trailers


Tassadar aka. David over and out.

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