Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.5/10

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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm Reviews

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Fragland 81% Mar 24 '08
Game Over 77/100 Mar 17 '08
GamePro 3.5/5 Mar 17 '08
Gamespy 3/5 Mar 11 '08
Gaming Excellence 9.0/10 Mar 02 '09
IGN PC 7.0/10 Mar 14 '08
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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm Previews

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Fragland Mar 05 '08
GameDaily Dec 20 '07
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"Dawn of War - Soulstorm still has that unrivalled atmosphere that weakens the cons. You won't play this game hours in a row (for that it is too repetitive), but it is still worth your money."
"Soulstorm is an unfortunate way for an incredible game to sail into the sunset. It shows flashes of its former brilliance through two new races that are full of personality and are a lot of fun to play with, but falls flat through a lackluster single-player campaign, mediocre (at best) new air units and two devastating bugs that will kill the multiplayer scene until Relic issues an eventual patch. The Sisters and the Dark Eldar could really reinvigorate multiplayer games, but until a patch is released the Dawn of War faithful deserved a better expansion."
"Dawn of War 2 isn't a complete evolution of the genre, but it's pretty damn close."
"Soulstorm's development was handled mostly by Iron Lore (the recently-closed developer best known for Titan Quest) and they've produced a solid expansion. The main issue here is just that everything feels so familiar. While the game still plays quite well and Warhammer 40K fans will surely appreciate all the unit designs for the Sisters of Battle and Dark Eldar, too little has been done to enliven the experience, particularly when compared to what Dawn of War's previous expansion, Dark Crusade, did for the game."