It’s so easy to find tips and strategies on the Internet, even for mediocre video games, and it’s even easier to find help online for popular games like StarCraft II. So why would anyone pay for Diamond Gamer’s StarCraft II guide?
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.
Monster Hunter 3 is the best selling third-party Wii game in Japan, and to ensure that the coming North American and European versions enjoy the same success, Capcom has started revving up the hype machine. So Monster Hunters, ready your keyboards, hold tight to your mice, and venture out to the wilderness of twitter and Facebook, for there you will find Ironbeard McCullough aka The Master Hunter, “a proud and distinguished hunter from the bustling town of Rockrack,” whose “blade has drawn true through hide, tooth and scale.”
That’s Ironbeard right there, the menacing dragon on the right.