Starcraft 2's release date hasn't yet been announced, but it won't be alone when it hits stores. Supreme Commander and Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars have been out for a few months already, and both are very hot strategy games in their own rights. By the time Starcraft 2 comes around, these other two games might be getting stale, or they might be getting even more popular, perhaps with new expansions. Considering how long the original Starcraft stayed at the top of the charts, I wouldn't discount either option. Blizzard has a lot of work to do if it wants to reclaim the title as king of the real-time strategy game. We'll just have to watch what happens as the screenshots and preview videos come pouring in.
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