Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40.000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising
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Christopher Allen Sharp, Amazon
30 January 2013
Summary: I like this game. It arrived in good time and in good condition to. It certainly continues the series. I would recommend this to any War-hammer fan. The only thing I say is it could have had more work on it.
Slap-in-the-face short, but oh-so satisfying being bad.
18 July 2011
Summary: As a lover of everything made by Relic, I knew what I was getting into when I bought this expansion; This expansion is a multiplayer expansion with an almost introductory-singleplayer to add Chaos and the Imperial Guard to the list of races available to play.
Summary: Many people complain about the length of this expansion pack, but you know what? Dawn of War 2 was fun, and that only had a couple of different mission types. Chaos Rising constantly shakes things up, for example, this one mission in a space hulk, and this interesting challenge where you have to...
Nowhere near as bad as some reviews would have you beleive
S. Smith, Amazon
16 November 2010
Summary: I put off buying the game for a long time after reading some reviews stating how short it is, and crashes and various bugs etc. I already have Steam so that wasn't an issue for me, and I've never had a problem with it but there have been no crashes or bugs that I've come across in the 2 or 3 days it...
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:...
Summary: Im a big Warhammer fan and really enjoyed playing the original Dawn of War
series, although I found this one a little bit different it certainly grew on
me, I love the idea of being able to corrupt your Space Marines, it gets the
thumbs up from me.
Summary: Great game. A worthy addition to the single player campaign and the corruption of chaos has some nice effects though I wish the units had changed more visually as they became corrupted. Last man standing is great for multi player and benefits from the new races available. Well worth the money.
Summary: I found this expansion to Dawn of War II great fun. I found the corruption mechanic and equipment options unlocked with it very interesting. The missions themselves were pretty awesome, I felt they were better than the ones in Dawn of War II.
Conclusion: Totally blown away by this game. Only thing that let it down is the fact that it was quite short. Thats why it gets 4 stars. Worth the money but believe me, if you're an online gamer then you should get the original too so you can play as Space Marines, Eldar and Orks online.