So why do you need Starcraft II? Well, 11 million Starcraft fans cant be wrong. The original Starcraft made its debut in 1998, and it quickly became one of the most popular real-time strategy games of all time. Since then, weve been waiting with bated breath for the sequel, which has been hinted at and teased since its official announcement in 2007. So why did it take so long? Because that is precisely how long it took to fill it with the perfect amount of awesome. Its a continuation of the epic struggle between the human Terrans, the insect-like Zerg and the psionic Protoss. Fans of the original will see some familiar faces, as well as a cast of new heroes as they do battle across the galaxy with veteran, upgraded and brand new unit types. To remain consistent with the games new-millennium feel, the Battle.net gaming service has been completely revamped to offer noticeable enhancements and new features in multiplayer mode. The fun of Starcraft II is not limited to those who played the first Starcraft, however. Even if you were a toddler when the first game came out, youll be able to choose your faction and jump right into the fray.
1. Unrar. 2. Burn or mount the image. 3. Install the game. When the game is installed in offline mode, a message will be displayed that you need to be online. Click the orange button to enter a media key: checknfo. If you have an internet connection enabled during setup, at the end of the setup, the autoupdate starts, close the autoupdate window. 4. Copy over the update files (ONLY "updates" dir and "update.bat" file) to the install dir and run update.bat. 5. Copy over the cracked content ("Battle.net", "Support", "Versions" dirs and "StarCraft II.exe" file) to the install dir. 6. Play the game.
NB: Since some game modes run on battle.net servers, only challenges, single player campaign modes and the map editor are supported by this release.
7. Support the software developers. If you like this game, BUY IT!
Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP (SP3) / Windows Vista (SP1) / Windows 7 C.P.U : Intel Pentium IV at 2.2 GHz or equivalent AMD Athlon processor Video Card : 128 MB VRAM – NVIDIA GeForce 6600 / ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Memory : 1 GB RAM (XP) / 1.5 GB RAM (Win 7 / Vista) Hard Disk : 5 GB of free Hard Drive space Sound : DirectX compatible sound card Direct X : 9.0c Controls : Keyboard & Mouse Installation : DVD-ROM Drive Network : Broadband Connection