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From the depths of weirdness, I yank out another Starkast episode. After the posistive support shown for my first episode I decided to make another one, this one however is a shorter game, but with a funny twist.
This game is a 1v1 Terran VS Protoss with Rurikhan as the Terran and DanPanz as the Protoss. (press read more for video) Continue reading →
So I’ve been saving up a few game replays of games I’ve made with my friends, and after watching several videos on youtube (hats off to people like Totalbiscuit, HDHusky and Psystarcraft) and I’ve been getting pumped with the idea of casting a few matches. Now the idea is not to cast high level games, specially since I’m in the bronze league, but to cast my own games with my friends. (press read more for video) Continue reading →
So the people have spoken and they asked for a Starcraft 2 Review. And with me you get what you asked for, so here it is, the Starcraft 2 Review, which is also the first episode in a series which I expect to be improving upon as much as possible, so I really must emphasize that I would really appreciate your feedback, E-mail me, post a comment, tell me if you enjoyed it or not.
So today I have something to report regarding Starcraft 2’s matchmaking system. Now in a way, every gamer will always strive for perfection if he’s trying to master a game, always trying to improve himself in every possible way.
In starcraft 2’s multiplayer matches, this is achieved by playing against people that are better than you, sometimes winning, other times loosing. Battle.net has a matchmaking system similar to World of Warcraft’s arena matchmaking system, which basically you queue up for your battle of choice (1v1, 2v2, 3v3, 4v4) and the system will compare your (or your team’s) statistics with those of other players seeking to do battle. (press read more for the rest of the article)
Here’s something I would rather not talk about, but must, if only to raise awareness.
There’s apparently a map hack going around in Starcraft 2, obviously being used by players who don’t even know the meaning of the word gaming, and must resort to every single tool they can find to get an edge over their competition.
Some people seem to think that gaming is all about winning at any cost, forgetting the essence of the game. Gaming was never about winning, obviously winning is a big plus, but gaming is about having fun, not winning. (press read more for video)