Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40.000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising
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It does not play like the first warhammer 40k
Patrick OBrien, Amazon
23 August 2014
Summary: The game is okay. It does not play like the first warhammer 40k, as you no longer construct building to research new tech and make you army. All things are created through your one and only building.
Summary: I've been a fan of the Warhammer Story line, books, and games, electronic and table top for a long time and to me this is the best of them so far but, I don't like the fact that it has to be connected to steam in order to play (even for the solo campaign)
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: If you liked Dawn of War II, you will like this. The story continues and you can import your save game. It is mostly more of the same except for a few welcomed changes. The biggest of all is the changed mission structures. DoWII ended too many missions with an arena and a boss fight.
Summary: This is advertized as a full game, it is only the addon and only allows you to play the add-on campaign. The multiplayer is fun if you can find a group of peopel that arent trying to play over a dial-up connection.
Summary: I was really disappointed when I played this game. I have all of the Warhammer 40000 games and I loved all of them except this one. Now you need to have Steam which is an additional download and also go through Windows Live to play.
Summary: First off, copy protection. It's not as bad as it could be. You have to run steam and Games For Windows Live, but after the first activation Steam can be left in offline mode and Games For Windows Live can be created as an offline profile.
Summary: for an expansion pack that's attached to a rather sucky game (DoW2) its a prity good game. though with such a low lvl cap (30) it really only takes you like 3 missions to hit max lvl, from then on its just armor and weapons for your chars making them stronger, which puts a major kink in the game...