StarCraft PowerPack (2008) DVD

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StarCraft PowerPack (2008) DVD

Postby Macabria on Tue Mar 11, 2008 2:39 pm


Producer: Blizzard Entertainment
Distributor: Blizzard Entertainment
Category: RTS
World Premiere: 2008 (rhx8&P57)
Game type: single / multiplayer
Multiplayer: LAN / Internet

Pack contains:

* Starcraft:
StarCraft is a military science fiction real-time strategy video game by Blizzard Entertainment and the first product in the StarCraft series. It was initially released for Microsoft Windows in 1998. A Mac OS version of the game was released in 1999, and a port to the Nintendo 64 was released in 2000. The main storyline follows a war among three galactic species: the adaptable and mobile Terrans, who are descendants of Human outcasts from Earth; the hive mind arthropodal Zerg; and the psionic humanoid Protoss warriors.

* Starcraft: Brood War:
StarCraft: Brood War is an expansion pack for the award winning military science fiction real-time strategy video game StarCraft. Released in 1998 for the Windows and Mac OS, it was co-developed by Saffire and Blizzard Entertainment. The expansion pack introduced new campaigns with new map tilesets and new music, in addition to a number of extra units for each race along with several upgrade advancements. The campaigns continue the story from where the original StarCraft ended, with the sequel StarCraft II continuing from after the conclusion of Brood War. The expansion was released for the PC and Mac OS in the USA on 30 November 1998.

* Starcraft: Insurrection:
Insurrection is the first add-on pack for StarCraft. Although developed and published by Aztech New Media it is authorised by Blizzard Entertainment. It was released on PC on 31 July 1998.
The expansion's story focuses on a Confederate colony during the course of the first campaign of StarCraft. As in StarCraft, the player takes control of each race in three separate campaigns. In the first campaign, Terran colonists attempt to defend themselves from the Zerg invasion of the sector as well as from a rising insurgency, while in the second campaign the player directs a Protoss task force sent to clear the Zerg infestation of the colony by any means necessary. In the final campaign the player assumes the role of a Zerg cerebrate, moving to crush all opposition on the surface. The expansion only contains new campaigns and multiplayer maps, it does not include new content such as units and graphical terrain tilesets

* Starcraft: Retribtion:
Retribution is the second of the two authorised add-on packs released for StarCraft. The add-on was developed by Stardock, published by WizardWorks Software and authorised by Blizzard Entertainment. It was released for the PC in late 1998.
Retribution is set during the second episode of StarCraft, revolving around the acquisition of a crystal of immense power connected to the Xel'Naga. Divided into three campaigns, the player assumes the roles of a Protoss fleet executor, the commander of a Dominion task force and a Zerg cerebrate, all tasked with retrieving the crystal from a Dominion colony and getting it off the planet as quickly as possible. As with its predecessor, Insurrection, Retribution does not include any new gameplay features beyond its single player campaigns and consortium of multiplayer levels. The add-on was not received with critical support, instead being regarded as average but at least challenging.

* Starcraft: Loomings:
StarCraft: Loomings is a series of single-player mission which take place approximately a month before StarCraft Episode I. In this campaign, the player takes the role of an Alpha Squadron lieutenant.

The game includes the latest patch (v.1.15.2), which allows it to be played withouth CD

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