Starcraft 2: Positive Reviews with one main issue

By Peter Chubb - Jul 29, 2010

Starcraft 2 has been out for just two days now and early reviews seem to be positive, that’s despite and issue when it comes to saving your game progress. The second outing for the game has earned itself a Metacritic rating of 98, not bad, but this could fall once more reviews start coming in.

David Scammell from GamerZines reports that the reviews have come in from the likes of JoyStiq, NZGamer and three others, but we still await the full reviews from the big boys – such as IGN. This is the highest Metacritic rating for a PC game from the last five years, so has beaten the likes of The Orange Box, and the 2009 smash hit Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is not without its issues though, Paul Yonger from IncGamers reports that players have become very annoyed at the fact that they are having an issue with saving the game and losing achievements.

The reason behind this is the fact that Starcraft 2 integrates itself with Battle.Net, and that they have been disconnected from the server during a game. This is bound to happen, we have seen it time and time again when a new game is released. You only have to look at all the trouble that Sony had with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

Have you experienced any issue with a lost connection?

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Also See: StarCraft 2: New Patch Goes Live – List of Changes