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Dawn of War The Complete Collection

Platform : Windows XP
Rated: Teen
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  • Includes all 4 Dawn of War titles in one incredible box set
  • Take control of 9 armies. Command the Space Marines, Chaos Space Marines, Orks, Eldar, Imperial Guard, Necrons, Tau Empire, Sisters of Battle or Dark Eldar in brutal front line battles.
  • Intense online competition - test your true battle abilities in 2 to 8 player competitions via LAN or Internet. Includes 114 multiplayer maps.
  • Take to the skies as all armies gain new air units to rain death from above Wage war across an entire solar system. Liberate, enslave, or destroy entire worlds as you unleash your army's fury on an interplanetary scale.
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Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War The Complete Collection includes the following: Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War Game of The Year Edition, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War Winter Assault Expansion Pack, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War Dark Crusade Expansion Pack, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War Soulstorm Expansion Pack


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  • ASIN: B00133GZN4
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,194 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Snuffles on December 23, 2011
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Truly excellent RTS games. I give 5/5 even though there is a common DRM issue pertaining Dawn of War: Soulstorm. If you have any sort of DvD burning software on your computer (NERO) the game will not read in your drive. Still, first three parts are amazing.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tiger on August 25, 2011
I have all the Dawn of Wars except soul storm and I believe this entire pack is a great deal. First you must consider if you bought the games individually its more expensive and its hard to keep up with all the CDs and their CD keys.

If your new to Dawn of War its a great game it has very little in common with the new Dawn of War II. I enjoyed the original DoW I more because the armies are larger, and you more factions to choose from.

I m going to give a short review and say that all these games overall get a 5/5 I believe Soul Storm is the only game that is really a 4/5 because it felt rushed, acting was hilariously bad at times (I still enjoy it), I have not played online and this is what I saw from the demo and people playing it.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By DjWeideman on April 11, 2012
Excellent series of games finally collected on one disc. Lots of action, great story-telling(except, perhaps for Soulstorm), possibly too many factions to excel at, but still a hell of a lot of fun. In addition to the campaigns, you also have the skirmish maps and the Army Painter to customize your troops. Great music by Jeremy Soule and Inon Zur.

The original game and Winter Assault are great by themselves(I have a soft spot for Imperial Guard), with a couple missions playing as the Eldar for variety. Dark Crusade introduces a new strategic map element giving you the ability to choose missions based on larger strategic goals within the campaign. Dark Crusade also ratchets up the difficulty level very quickly, so missions are much more challenging and fun. Soulstorm suffers from poor voice acting more than anything else. It still has a compelling story that introduces the Sisters of Battle, who are a fun faction to play with. Though Soulstorm may be the weakest of the expansions, which would normally knock off a point, I still have to give this collection Five stars, as it is some of the best RTS fun you can have despite the game's age. The Dawn of War series overall is great fun, and although the tech and graphics may have improved in the later games, you can still build up huge armies and let them have at it in this game and never be bored.

Pros: Fast-paced gameplay, great story, graphics and music, many factions with many different units which can be customized with the Army Painter, 100+ skirmish and multi-player maps. No two games will ever play out the same way twice, especially in multi-player. Nothing better than dropping your jump-jet Space Marines in the middle of your surprised enemy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 40k Junkie on January 26, 2012
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I bought 3 copies of this collection for friends, and my new step-son, so they could play with me. I have played this game for years, ever since the original Gold Edition was released, at least 5 years ago. I have played a number of RTS games, and like most of them. But none compare to the Dawn of War series. I keep coming back to it. Not only is the setting different and interesting, but the game forces players to get offensive. No turtling allowed, unless you wish to lose badly. This makes games a little less predictable and much more exciting. And this coming from a person who loves to turtle. (Turtling is the strategy of building massive base defenses and safely sitting behind them until you build a massive army to go a-conquering.) Some people don't care as much for the last expansion, Soul Storm, but I find it is part of the natural progression of the game. No, it's not perfect, but I really like the campaign regardless. And online multiplayer is always fun, with many dedicated players still engaged.

The different factions are truly different, not just marginally so, requiring a different mindset when playing, in addition to different tactics. The first game in the series forces you to play the campaign with only one faction, but the following games open other factions for play. The only thing I felt was ever missing was a cooperative campaign mode. The difficulty rating is well-earned. Easy is just that. Normal is challenging. Hard is going to give you a run for your money, especially early in the campaigns and even more so in skirmishes. The computer knows your weaknesses and will try to exploit them mercilessly, even on Normal. In other words, it's not a pushover once you learn how to play a certain way.

Hours of enjoyment. If I had to, I would give up all the other games in my collection to keep this one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Poe on May 11, 2012
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I am certainly no RTS connoisseur, but this game is great. I started with just Dawn of War, then got the Gold pack that included Winter Assault. Since I got this, I have removed the others, only to reinstall all of the four disks onto the computer. I have one pet peeve, that being that every time I play Soulstorm, I have to insert the disk for it to start up, the other three disks don't need the disk installed to get whatever file is missing, just to start up.

So with the DoW series, if you start at the beginning, and play through them, you find some subtle differences in them. With Winter Assault, not only did they include two new factions to choose from, but some additional stuff for each faction, including a super heavy type of vehicle/creature. Something that is nearly unstoppable, and can deal out great amounts of damage. The graphics have gotten better and better with each upgrade to the game. But by the time that you play Soulstorm, not only have the older factions gained a few more things, like the Space Marines, regardless of which Chapter you pick, can get Grey Knights (A special Chapter), to add to your squads. But they also limit you on some things. Like I used to get a pair of Whirlwind tanks, which give you long range missiles (You can use infiltrated Scouts to get near something, and have the Whirlwinds just sit back and pepper it into the stone age. Takes a bit of time, but you don't lose any of your squads, or have to revitalize them as you would if you sent a squad in to take the same point.), but now, I can only get one Whirlwind. It just adds to the challenge a bit.

Oh, and Tau seems under powered.
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