Warhammer 40K: Storm of Vengeance disappointment

By Peter Chubb - Mar 31, 2014

If you never gained early access to Warhammer 40K: Storm of Vengeance, then we can tell you that you will get to experience the game from Thursday, April 3rd, 2014. However, we would advise you to not get too excited because there have ben many reviews suggesting that the game is a bit of a disappointment, although the general confesses seems to be rather positive.

The early access gave fans of the franchise a chance to see if this latest version of the game could live up to expectations, and it wasn’t long before gamers started to say the new game was terrible. Again, this wasn’t an opinion shared by all.

We heard from one of our readers who suggested that you “don’t even bother with Storm of Vengance and maybe look up another game and give this a wide berth,” but would you agree?

It would be great if more of you would add some comments below to tell us if you think Warhammer 40K: Storm of Vengeance is really as bad as many people make out?

Having said that, we did have another Product-reviews reader say that “Storm of Vengeance is just a reskin of a previous game, and for that reason it’s not worth the purchase.”

It might be wise to stick with Dawn of War 1 & 2, failing that, maybe Warhammer Quest or Space Hulk for the iPad is another possibility.

The news of this release was found on Twitter.

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  • Maelwolf

    Just a heads up about a few points:
    1. The first screen shot isn’t from Storm of Vengeance. That’s Space Wolf, a mobile card game.
    2. The “general consensus” from people who played the beta on Steam seems to be overall positive. I’ve seen more reviews and comments from players, along with my own beta experience that have enjoyed the game. The bandwagon of hate actually seems to mainly be people who have no experience with the game past watching the Totalbiscit video.
    3. I’ve played the game TB claimed SoV was a reskin off. If that’s considered a reskin, I think we need to start calling every game in a similar genre a reskin. The gameplay between the two is dramatically different.