Posted by: Daerandin 2021-02-02 18:51:35 0 comments
In 1989, Games Workshop released the Space Hulk board game.
The game is set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, and takes place on old derelict spacecraft and other space debris that has been fused together after drifting for centuries. These ancient vessels are referred to as space hulks. As a space hulk drifts through space, as well as the warp, they might come close to inhabited planetary systems. Usually a space hulk is infested with …View full article
Posted by: Daerandin 2019-07-29 05:13:42 0 comments
In 2008, we got the third and final expansion for Dawn of War, Soulstorm.
Soulstorm was not developed by Relic, the developer of all previous installments for Dawn of War. Instead, it was developed by Iron Lore. The expansion adds another two factions, making it a total of 9 factions. However, you will need to own the original Dawn of War, as well as the other two expansions if you want to play all …View full article
Posted by: Daerandin 2019-07-06 16:00:02 0 comments
Dark Crusade is the second expansion for Dawn of War, and this is where the series definitely took a turn for the better. Not that Dawn of War was not good before Dark Crusade, it's just so much better after Dark Crusade.
Released in 2006, this expansion added two new factions, as well as a completely new campaign with a unique mechanic. Let's talk about the campaign first, because it really is what makes …View full article
Posted by: Daerandin 2019-05-20 20:33:12 0 comments
In 2005 we got the first expansion for Dawn of War, the expansion is Winter Assault and it added a new faction as well as multiple campaigns. There were also changes made to the existing factions, some changes seemed a bit odd in that they limit some choices regarding weapon upgrades to your units.
The new faction is the Imperial Guard consisting of weak infantry, but powerful vehicles. They also have multiple commander units …View full article
Posted by: Daerandin 2019-05-17 17:29:02 0 comments
Warhammer 40,000 is a tabletop miniature wargame, something young me dabbled in for several years. The one thing that kind of stopped me was the fact that you need to paint the miniatures yourself, and I have absolutely no artistic skill at all. I did try to pain some Blood Angels Terminators, and they turned out really terrible. Thankfully, Relic released an RTS adaptation of Warhammer 40,000 in 2004, Dawn of War! For me, this …View full article