Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40.000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising
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26 June 2013
Summary: one of the best strategy games ever ! i couldn't stop myself at all when i enter it i keep playing as long as i can ! Relic did Extremely Great Job and i am Really hoping for new Warhammer game (DOW3)
Summary: If you have the vanilla game, I cannot recommend Chaos Rising enough. Chaos is such a great race to try out and very fun to play. The campaign is such a great continuation of the first one too (if you liked the first one, you'll love where they take this).
Summary: The campaign for this expansion is superior gameplay-wise to the original DOW2's, albeit shorter. However it's still the same multiplayer (same awful matchmaking, no base management, etc.) so if you didn't enjoy DOW2 MP you won't like this any better. I love Chaos and all but I still prefer the original DOW because of its base management and faction diversity.
Summary: I really enjoyed Dawn of War II so I was really excited to play the expansion however after 2 download attempts i continue to get the error message "error during extraction" and I can't install the game. I'd love to play it but amazon and steam are not responding to my emails.
Summary: Chaos Rising continues where Dawn of War 2 left off but leaves something behind in the process. It still attains the same quality and RTS/RPG-hybrid gameplay and even adds some new twists and turns which keep the game interesting but do cause the game to become slightly repetitive because of its more linear storyline and a lack of new unit types to play with.
Summary: Absolutely excellent. Fun game play, more fun from the 40k Dawn of War franchise. If you liked the first one, you'll probably love this one. Great story, great acting, fun game play. imaginative universe fully realized and very enjoyable! And best of all, a challenging and climactic ending! Enjoy!
Summary: This game holds none of the key elements of the table top game it is based after. The first dawn of war followed close with the elements and properly gave you the real felling of an rts as well as the table top game.
Summary: The Dawn of War series has continued to “show us how it's done” with
their approach to tactical gameplay. The original Dawn of War series redefined
large scale army battles by taking away much of the tedious resource gathering
components of other RTS titles, but leaving in the meat of the gameplay:
strategic control of battlefield objectives, and giant encouters between large
numbers of foes.