Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II
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Not worth my money and am disappointed
22 August 2011
Summary: I am a huge fan of Warhammer 40,000 but this version is horrible and the only way to play the game is online which makes it hard if you do not have high speed internet. Whatever happen to just playing a game you buy instead of having to load the game then download some system from the internet then maybe get to finally play the game. Not pleased at all with this version.
Summary: for what i spent on this game i was disappointed. the graphics were nice but the units lacked creativity. as far as i can see the only thing that makes this game better than its predecessor is the tryanid race. the strategy was far removed from the field of battle. Short of overwhelming your foe with numbers its a toss up between which party has the upgrades and firepower. above all other flaws, this game requires the internet to install.
Summary: Definitely inferior to the first Dawn of War franchise. Even factoring out the removal of the "base building" aspect, which turns it into a different kind of game, it's still not very good. The user interface is somewhat bad, so using unit special abilities is too slow, so you just end up clicking your squads around the screen and letting them do their thing.
Summary: There is a side of me which is undeniably geeky. I grew up enthralled with High Fantasy, Swords and Sorcery, Lord of the Rings and Conan the Barbarian. I never thought I'd need anything else. Then I stumbled into the Warhammer 40,000 Universe. I started by playing an old High Fantasy board game called Hero Quest, it was produced by MB games, but the plastic figurines were crafted by Games Workshop, the company who created 2 distinct universes, one High Fantasy simply...
Pros: Excellent campaign to play through one time
Cons: Campaign has little replayability, Multiplayer is a catastrophe
Conclusion: After watching the trailer, I thought it would be the next one after soulstorm, with the added tyranid race. Thats how the trailer makes it appear. I WAS WRONG! Turns out that you have to play through a campaign as the space marines (which I don't like anyway) and take out the other races. I got 4 missions in to it and returned it. It is boring, and the first couple of missions require you to rescue allies, and complete boss battles.
Summary: Als großer Fan des ersten Teils von Dawn of War 40k, habe ich nicht lange nachgedacht und mir auch Dawn of War II geholt. Doch schon nach dem beginnen der Kampagne tauchten Fragen auf. Wieso nur Space Marines? (eine der Rassen) wo es im Vorgänger (Plus die etlichen Addons) noch etliche von Rassen gab, gibt es jetzt in der Kampagne nur eine die man Spielen kann und im Multiplayer gerade einmal 4, die Orks, Space Marines, Eldar und eine neue Rasse.
Pros: Gute Grafik
Cons: Keine Strategie, zuviel Metzeln, kein Langzeitspaß
Summary: *Einleitung Eins meiner ersten PC Spiele möchte ich euch Heute vorstellen. Dabei handelt es sich um Warhammer 40.000: Fire Warrior das im Jahre 2003 von der Firma Kuju Entertainment entwickelt wurde. Und ob dieser Action Shooter damals und heute noch sein Geld wert ist werdet ihr nun erfahren. *Game Im Jahre 40.000 hat das menschliche Imperium fast die gesamte Galaxie unter seiner Kontrolle.