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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War
Game Over Online
31 October 2015
Excerpt: Warhammer’s universe is set in what’s called a dystopia – the complete opposite of an ideal and desired utopia. This universe is populated by a number of species, including humans, Orks (the green ones we’ve all come to know and love), an ancient advanced race called the Eldar and those humans who...
Excerpt: Imagine a war-torn landscape where even a cockraoch won’t last long. Place herein four futuristic races, armed to the teeth, which can’t stand a glimpse of each other. Put the meanest and biggest guns ever in their hands and realise at the same time that they could all use a long stay in a madhouse.
Excerpt: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War is a science fiction real-time strategy game set in the violent, post-apocalyptic universe of the 41st Millennium. Needless to say, the game is based on the ultra-violent futuristic table-top game.
Excerpt: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, known throughout the online community as DoW, is perhaps the only decent game based on the huge Warhammer 40,000 universe. Sure, Fire Warrior wasn't too bad, and Space Hulk a few years back was ok, but considering what a huge universe the games draw on for inspiration,...
This terrific update to one of the best sci-fi real-time strategy games in years packs in a great strategic campaign and a grand total of seven different armies.
10 October 2006
Summary: Hot on the heels of its outstanding new real-time strategy game Company of Heroes, experienced developer Relic is back with the second expansion to its excellent 2004 game Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, and it's a great update.
Pros: Features two great new playable factions that fit in well with the five others, exciting new strategic campaign offers plenty of lasting value and variety, excellent presentation quality makes for some most brutal battles, the original game isn't required to play and enjoy this expansion