Warhammer 40,000: Storm of Vengeance for PC
PC - Windows

Warhammer 40,000: Storm of Vengeance

Apr 4, 2014
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Developer: Eutechnyx
Content Rating: Rating pending


Storm of Vengeance tells the story of a pivotal moment in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, during the legendary planetary conflict on Piscina IV. Featuring two of Games Workshop's most cherished characters, Grand Master Belial and Ork Warlord Ghazghkull Thraka, Storm of Vengeance offers the player the chance to command the tenacious defence of the planet with only 100 Dark Angel Space Marines, or attempt it’s annihilation using the cunning of the Ork Waaagh! and their telly-porta technology.

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6 Reviews
Andy ChalkApr 08, 2014
As a strategy game, Storm of Vengeance is a flop, and as a Warhammer 40,000 title it offers only the thinnest veneer of the famous wargame setting. I honestly don’t know why the developers bothered spending money on the license, because they did virtually nothing with it besides plaster the name on the front of the box. I’m not a 40K fan by any stretch, but even so, I really expected a lot more out of this game than I got.
Jim SterlingApr 03, 2014
In terms of providing fan service for Warhammer 40K fans, Storm of Vengeance manages to fall impressively short. With its uninspired music, lack of atmosphere, and sluggish combat animations, the 40K overlay feels vapid and desperate. Space Marines flail silently at Orks who return the mute slaps with their own limp shudders, occasionally rambling about purging "xenos" with all the enthusiasm of a dying man (the man is dying of Being Too Unenthusiastic Disease).
Dan WhiteheadApr 03, 2014
What depth it does offer is limited in scope and too often obscured by game mechanics that become irritating or repetitive almost immediately. It's simply no fun to play, and yet is pitched at a niche fan audience that is already accustomed to more depth, more strategy, more gristle than this anaemic effort could ever manage. The Emperor expects more.

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