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The dark gods are strong with this xpack 0

  If you liked Dawn of War 2 you are going to love this game, I sure as hell did but it is definitely not without flaw.  Dawn of War 2's campaign is arguably the most unique and innovative take on the RTS genre to date and Chaos Rising is essentially more of the same but with less repetition, more linearity and overall just more kick ass Warhammer goodness.    Both Dawn of War 2 and Chaos Rising do away with base building and mass army unit management in favor of small squad RPG like gameplay c...

12 out of 13 found this review helpful.

Variety is for the weak! 0

I have to admit, I'm a huge fan of everything Relic has ever developed. I mean really, the first game of the Dawn of War-series is still one of the greatest RTS-games I have played and I still play it with my friends from time to time because of it's solid content and gameplay. The game just feels good to play and you don't find anything that bad about it if you just play and don't TRY to find the small problems every game has. But since Soulstorm (the last standalone expansion for the first gam...

14 out of 16 found this review helpful.

Chaos finally joins the war in Dawn of War 2's first expansion. 0

As an original race in the first Dawn of War it was only a matter of time before we saw Chaos in show up in the sequel. Well the Dark Gods have heard your prayers and have included the evil marines into the war with this chaotic expansion. The expansion adds quite a bit into the mix with new multiplayer maps, new units for the other races such as the mighty Wraithguard for the Eldar and Wierdboy for the Orkz. And of course a new single player campaign. The campaign has had the biggest overhaul w...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

a noticable improvment 0

I loved the original but the campaign was repeatitive. The way you had to go from point A to point B and kill the boss was just too over used. In this installment the mission selection is far more linear but also far more effective. The story powers along with surprising momentum. I had trouble stopping not just because how much the gameplay has improved but also because I wanted the next little piece of the story.  I also really enjoyed how they took elements from the previous games and put the...

3 out of 8 found this review helpful.

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