Summary: The game play is fine, doesn't really add anything to SC2 original IMO. The real problem though is the single player campaign. It gets real corny real fast, and reads like a bad romance novel that's set in space.
Summary: Baught this mouse because i thought it would be cool to get the matching keyboard, but i never managed to find it. Now i just have the mouse, and although the mouse does have this cool feature that allows you to change the color of all three (under, logo, and sides) LEDs, the mouse itself feel really cheap toy feeling and kinda small if you have big hands like me. I ended up switching back to my Razer deathadder after about a week.
Summary: Well, the mouse looks nice, and works good... But when I click, even with a mouse pad, it moves forward. The mouse is also not that comfy. Doesn't fit well in hand, but when you use it in Starcraft 2, it helps. It does a lot of Starcraft 2, and you can change the DPI, and MGHz. It's a good mouse overall, but if you want one that fits right into your hand? Not this one.
Girlfriend loves it, but some people just like frustration.
16 January 2014
Summary: I got this as a gift for my girlfriend (high five for getting her addicted to Starcraft!) and she loves it. However, she loves it because of the lights.. The shiny, change when you change races, blink based on APM settings - lights. It's shiny, and I knew that it would be a hit. However, she constantly accidentally right clicks while playing games due to the flat right and left mouse buttons and their pretty extreme sensitivity, even after turning it down all the way.
Summary: The mouse itself is a Razer Spectre Starcraft 2 HOTS mouse and is very sleek looking in design, looks like you could throw the thing and it would be arrow-dynamic through the wind. Pros: Personal color themes, Custom drivers for in-game Starcraft 2, Kinda has a blocky feel which surprisingly fits into the hand after getting used to it, Satisfying clicking sound when selecting something, Starcraft 2 theme.