Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
Core Company of Heroes gameplay still shines.
Fun multiplayer modes.
Enjoyable replacement units.
DOTA in WW2.
Itís a good package for the price.
Solo campaigns can be finished in just a couple of hours.
Three new multiplayer modes add little to online action.
New units replace old units.
Doesn't significantly expand strategic options.
By Gameplay Monthly on May 08, 2010
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor is a great deal at thirty dollars, and while the singleplayer campaigns are short (but provide a new way to play through the Direct-fire mode) and ‘new’ units are basically just replacements, new game modes...75
By Gamervision on May 25, 2009
Back when Company of Heroes was released many were amazed at the progress Relic pushed forward on the RTS scene. This lightning struck a second time with the release of Dawn of War II, which, again, pushed the genre forward a good bit. Some time has...70
By AsiaOne on May 15, 2009
PLAYING the latest instalment in the Company of Heroes (COH) series is like being in a fleeting romance - sweet and heady but all too short.COH: Tales of Valor retains most of the beauty and addictiveness of the 2006 World War II real-time strategy...-
By AtomicGamer on May 06, 2009
Company of Heroes is the pinnacle of World War 2 RTS games. Relic, CoHs developer, takes a little bit of realism in their WW2 strategy, and removes most of the baggage from the genre to focus more on the tactical level. Today Im reviewing Tales of...80
By BrightHub on April 30, 2009
Read this review…80
By Games Radar on April 28, 2009
There’s no ‘U’ in Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor, which reflects the absence of a British campaign. There’s no ‘I’ either, but they probably should’ve worked one in. Considering the way most of this...80
By GameSpot on April 21, 2009
This short expansion is only for Company of Heroes completionists....60
By cnet on April 21, 2009
Stand-alone expansion Tales of Valor coasts on the name. That isnt necessarily a bad thing, given that the 2006 original is still the gold standard of World War II real-time strategy gaming. But this latest addition to the family is pretty paltry,...60
By NowGamer on April 20, 2009
If we'd walked into a store and paid full price for this without knowing the limited amount of play we'd actually get from it, we'd feel jipped. The extra multiplayer modes hardly make up the shortfall in content. You have been warned....72
By DarkZero on April 20, 2009
Given the tremendous success of the original Company of Heroes, it is not terribly surprising that Relic and THQ have been quick to capitalize on their franchise. The latest outing comes in the form of Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor. This...70