- Nov 22, 2009
I love RPG's, and Fallout too, i didn't like very much Starcraft 1 when it was released.
No problem, I can also see the potential for StarCraft 2. DotA was born from the WarCraft III map editor's sheer awesomeness, so who's to say that the same won't happen from SC2? But personally, I'm more of a story-mode type of guy, I just don't wanna wait another 10 years to know what happens next in the StarCraft universe.Xzi said:DLC is overpriced crap for any game. Much prefer Starcraft 2's limitless customization through the (free) galaxy editor.Haloperidol said:Very true, but that's what Bethesda's DLCs are for. Don't get me wrong, StarCraft's great, but I don't plan on waiting around another 10+ years for StarCraft III.shaboinkin said:Starcraft has seemingly endless replay value.
In fallout, you will eventually do everything there is to do.
I go with Starcraft
I'll be buying both, so this isn't to start another versus squabble, just sayin'.
If your PC can run Fallout 3 or New Vegas, it can definitely run StarCraft 2.link141 said:Fallout, I doubt that my pc would even be able to run Starcraft 2.