Conclusion: There is so much going for Warhammer: Mark of Chaos and while it’s beset with lingering technical woes, underneath it has the right stuff and would be well deserved of your attention. Top Game Moment:
Excerpt: As something of a geek by nature there are certain things that I take to like a duck to water. Computer games, sci-fi books and obsession with pirates and ninjas? Check. Yet the one thing that you can't pin on that list is Warhammer, which I guess is pretty unusual for someone like me.
Excerpt: Being first doesn’t guarantee success. Witness Warhammer Fantasy Battles , nominally the flagship tabletop game from Games Workshop. Though it’s still around and doing reasonably well, GW made the error of creating Warhammer 40,000 , which has become infinitely more profitable, not to mention widely...
Summary: Warhammer: Mark of Chaos came out in 2006 and delivered a solid RTS experience to the Warhammer faithful. Battle March expands upon that to add new playable races to the game. The expansion includes all of the original content with no alterations.
Conclusion: Audio in Test Drive Unlimited is superb. Vehicle sounds are authentic, with each vehicle having its own particular revving and gear change sounds. Car collisions also give an authentic metallic bang and scraping noises.
Conclusion: All things considered, these are all minor concerns. Ultimately, Warhammer: Mark of Chaos is a wonderful setting with an OK game attached to it. The lack of a skirmish mode is, frankly, shocking, especially since the tabletop game itself is more about the battles than it is the war.
Pros: Great setting; solid voice acting; models look excellent.
Cons: No single player skirmish mode; limited replay value; performance issues in larger battles.