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: The Good: Looks decent, good voice acting, lots of powers and abilities The Bad: Took the S out of RTS, not very fun, brutal, messy, just feels half-baked I love RTS games and Warhammer is one of the best out there. Forget the over priced board game stuff the RTS game is where it's really at. The first Warhammer was amazing and used the entire Warhammer universe in a unique symbiosis of RTS game play that was slick, powerful, and very addictive.
Summary: To sum up all the greatness of the developer's work, this game is absolute first class. BUT, the online Steam platform that must be installed for this game is not welcomed. It does not allow changing of user accounts. Buyers take note as once you bought Dawn of War 2 series individual games/expansion, you have to buy it that way individually forever.
Summary: The single player campaign wasn't what I had expected. You basically just move your men to cover and start shooting, not a whole lot of building bases, defenses, upgrades, and etc. as before. So I rated average because of these differences.
Summary: Unless you are a hardcore Warhammer fan, this game doesn't bring you that much. The campaign was very short and really didn't get you into the story very well. I don't come from a Warhammer background, this was the first game I tried, and was disappointed that it really didn't deliver. I don't think I'll buy another War Hammer game. I tried Multiplayer, but it is very simple and doesn't give you that much to do.
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.