Starcraft: Official Strategy Guide - Bart Farkas Reviews
Description:ISBN 0761504966 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Bart Farkas / Edition: illustrated edition / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is ... more
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Pages: 246, Edition: later printing, Paperback, Prima Games
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by - written on 07/09/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
This is the official guide to Blizzard's well know classic video game Starcraft from the nineties. Iconic then and now Starcraft is still widely played even now years after its release. This handy guide goes into detail about the game, each races units and each single player mission. The first chapters of the book go into a detailed breakdown about the units available to each race. These races are of course the Terrans (humans to me or you), Zerg and Protoss. It runs through stats for every units as well as having hints and tips to there uses. The next chapters go into the different strategies that each race can use against the others (and of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Starcraft: Official Strategy Guide - Bart Farkas is a fairly decent and well put together strategy guide for massively popular real time strategy game Starcraft, 1996. Its very concise and definitely very thorough, its well illustrated with black and white screenshots, flow charts and visual aids. The book contains mission, upgrade and technology trees for everything to do with the first game, excluding its expansion pack, Brood War. Overall its a decent guide, but ultimately flawed, since strategy at games like this isn't really something that can be learned from a book, so the "Multiplayer Tactics" section really falls short, although does give ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/09, updated on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Prima's official guide to Blizzard's sci-fi themed strategy game Starcraft, one of the most popular RTS games of all time, is easy to read, well-structured and helpful, if rather basic. The book starts with a breakdown of the strengths and weaknesses of each and every unit in the game, complete with screenshots, as well as how and when to employ them in battle, before going on to list basic tactics for each of the three playable sides in the game (the Protoss, Terrans and Zerg) against all three possible opponent types. From there the vast majority of the book is given over to step-by-step guides on how to win each and every single-player mission in ... Read the complete review
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