Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm
New Sisters of Battle and Dark Eldar factions add variety to gameplay, Expanded campaign now takes in an entire solar system, Aerial units added to the new and existing armies, Great Warhammer 40K atmosphere.
New armies; 40K mayhem; and more 40K mayhem.
Great new races; some fun single-player campaign missions; terrific art design.
Similar feel to last years Dark Crusade expansion, Persistent campaign introduced in Dark Crusade is nearly identical here.
Very little back story: air units fairly superfluous; not much change from Dark Crusade.
A few game-killing bugs; air units add little; dull campaign maps; nonexistent campaign story.
By GadgetSpeak on June 26, 2010
Having built up a popular fan base, the World of Warhammer 40,000 introduces more forces capable of causing death and...48
By Stuff NZ on February 09, 2009
I still, however, find myself disappointed - not with the graphics (not as shiny as DoW2, but still very solid), but with the backwards step into being just another real-time strategy game. The opening movie is inauspicious, to say the least. There...70
By NZGamer on February 03, 2009
It's always difficult to step back to a previous version.* So, having tasted what the the Dawn of War II beta had to offer, I'm doing my best to give Dawn of War: Soulstorm, the latest stand-alone expansion for Relic Entertainment's...69
By GameSpot on May 02, 2008
Soulstorm caps off the long-running Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War series with recycled gameplay....65
By AsiaOne on April 22, 2008
BEING a big fan of the Warhammer 40,000 (also known as 40K) universe, I was eagerly anticipating this release, which incidentally, is the last title of the Dawn of War series.To kick things off, theres a short introduction movie that explains why all...-
By TechCentral on April 17, 2008
BEING a big fan of the (also known as 40K) universe, I was eagerly anticipating this release, which incidentally, is the last title of the Dawn of War series. To kick things off, there’s a short introduction movie that explains why all the...-
By Gaming Nexus on April 15, 2008
Sometimes a developer just has to realize when it’s time to move on. A little over a year ago, Dawn of War released a very fun expansion, Dark Crusade. It did just about everything right for an expansion—new races, a fun new non-linear...54
By ImpulseGamer on April 01, 2008
Kyle SudukisClassification: MA15+8.5This standalone expansion returns gamers to the rich Warhammer 40,000 universe that introduces two new armies into this violent campaign which include the Dark Eldar and the Sisters of Battle. Throw in a variety of...85
By GameZone on March 31, 2008
del.icio.us | Digg This | Glink It There were many games in 2004 that caught the media’s attention including the insanely popular World of Warcraft, the zany Katamari Damacy, or even the beautiful Team Ninja developed Ninja Gaiden. While all are...78
By Good Gear Guide on March 19, 2008
On the whole then Soulstorm is certainly not a bad expansion pack, but time has certainly conspired against it. Being released almost four years after the base game much of the game is showing its legs, especially in the graphics...70