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11-22-2011 @ 9:20PM
I'm confused by the blue statement: "Thankfully, Blizzard has your back, because now you can deliver a $60 gift for less than 30 bucks." However, on the link, it says "Digital gifting not available for StarCraft II®: Wings of Liberty™"...how does this work?Also, is this a good price for SC2? I'm debating on whether to get it or not (whether I'd actually play it or not really) and I know that it can be had at $50 at Amazon, so it's still cheaper, but is it forseeable that maybe the price would drop further sometime around this time of year?
11-22-2011 @ 9:46PM
It's campaign and modding community is fantastic even if you don't like melee, there's plenty to offer in sc2.
11-22-2011 @ 9:57PM
I've had a great time with the campaign mode and a tiny bit of skirmish mode. I don't do multi-player because it makes me angry. Certainly worth $30 to me (I paid full price for a collector's edition and am completely happy with my purchase.)
11-23-2011 @ 10:13AM
SC2 has an unlimited free trial of the first few missions, so you can see if you like RTS games or not before you spend the $.
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