StarCraft 2 players are raving about Psionic Warfare: Total Destruction, a free third-person shooter mod for Blizzard’s RTS made by YouTuber CrainyCreation and his friends. You play as Terran forces fending of Zerg attacks. It’s about to get heavy.
Etsy shop Geekify Inc. offers the proper start to start a Protoss toy collection: a pylon figurine. This cute copyright-infringing replica of the warrior race’s most important structure is handmade from resin and brass.
Place a proxy browser near Etsy and warp in $59 (USD) to get a pylon figurine.
Holy crap! I can not stop staring at this amazing LEGO ship built by Sven Junga. Starcraft fans will recognize it as the Terran Battlecruiser called the Hyperion (Jim Raynor’s flagship from Starcraft 2.)
You’re stoked for the just-released StarCraft II, but haven’t played the first game, or you’re just not good at RTS games. You’ll probably get through the single player campaign after enough tries, but going against other players is an entirely different story.
There are rocks blocking the way, reports Ars Technica’s Ben Kuchera from the beta testing battlefield of the highly anticipated RTS StarCraft 2. These destructible rocks have 2000 hit points and intentionally block chokepoints or base entrances in order to prevent, or at least discourage early game rushing, since small fry like zergling will have to chip away at the rocks for quite a while before they reach the enemy base.
Is there anything that doesn’t have an awesome LEGO version? Yes there is: my face. Fortunately Terran LEGO Master Pepa Quin isn’t into ugly faces. He used his amazing brick-snapping skills to create units from Blizzard’s upcoming RTS Starcraft II, like these shiny-headed Terran Marines:
While the Marines need no introduction to anyone who’s played SC, the rest of the units that Pepa Quin copied are new to the game, which makes his creations even more awesome.