Warhammer: Mark of Chaos (PC)

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Warhammer: Mark of Chaos (PC)

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Faithful to the Warhammer license, Warhammer: Mark of Chaos puts the focus squarely on the battlefield with a real-time combat system that gives the p...

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“Are you marked for chaos ?”

published 09/05/2007

Prographics, ease of use

Consnothing really new

Being a long time warhammer fan I was in two minds about getting this as I had a feeling they wouldn't be able to capture the Warhammer feel to it. Personally I think they haven't and was a little disappointed with it, I’ll let you make your own mind up. ~ Background ~ For many the Warhammer...

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“Warhammer: Mark of Chaos”

published 08/04/2012

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Consnothing spectacular

"Blood for the Blood God!", or "Do you think I could find a purse to go with this mithril plate?" Mark of Chaos is a game which, frankly speaking, would have initiated a meltdown in my computer but for a few brief upgrades ago. It's certainly a very pretty game (judging by the standards of the...

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ProGraphics are impressive, its Warhammer, good battl...

ConsNo real replay value, Multiplayer feels tacked on ...

This is a game that seems to be running off the success of the Total War Series and the Dawn of War Franchise. Beyond those two basic relations you will find nothing more to connect them. So lets start checking off that magical list that your making with your mind right now. Warhammer fantasy...

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“Mark of Chaos”

published 18/02/2007

Pro Fantastic Intro, Warhammer Setting, Online Play, ...

ConsToo little strategy, Very poor campaign links, Cam...

This game dissapointed me somewhat, as an avid warhammer and strategy game fan I was expecting great things, especially considering the fantastic GW franchises such as Dawn of War. There are 4 playable races, Skaven, Chaos, Empire and Elves and it is possible to play both sides in the campaign...

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published 09/04/2012

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Product Information : Warhammer: Mark of Chaos (PC)

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Faithful to the Warhammer license, Warhammer: Mark of Chaos puts the focus squarely on the battlefield with a real-time combat system that gives the player unprecedented customization and control of his army. An epic battle rages following a brutal Chaos invasion, where four fully playable armies (Empire, Chaos, Skaven, and High Elves) as well as additional controllable races (Orcs, Dwarfs, Vampires, and Goblins) clash on a massive battlefield.Over a year has passed since the Great War, during which the brutal Chaos armies swept across the Empire lands. Many fierce battles still rage across the Old World.Portions of the defeated Chaos armies have retreated to the distant Northern Wastes, while others have fallen to hostile groups. Among these tribes, new Champions rise up in an effort to reunite the Chaos forces, yet eventually all fail. None can match the power of their fallen leader, Asavar Kul.The united Empire and High Elf forces hunt the Chaos hordes from the Empire territories, still alert because danger lurks around them in the form of smaller enemy warbands that loot the settlements of the border lands.Now, four powerful armies Empire, Chaos, Skaven and High Elves along with other "dogs of war" including Orcs, Dwarfs, Vampires and Goblins, clash amidst breathtaking scenery in an epic battle for land and power.

Product Details

Age: 16+

Publisher: Deep Silver

Genre: Strategy

Release Date: 24th November 2006

EAN: 4020628500603; 4020628502461; 4020628500672

Operating System: Windows XP

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