Ve3tro writes: "In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war. However, in 2009, there's only Dawn of War II, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The Games Workshop world of space marines, daemons, heroic aliens and humans alike has been around for years, but it was only recently they entered the virtual world to replicate the tabletop conflicts that have become so popular, courtesy of Relic.
If you're looking for a solid, dependable strategy title after years of Starcraft, the Total War series and Civilisation, you're going to hit something of a wall with this title. This isn't strategy as you know it, with bases akin to a vast forest, filled with scuttling resource collectors and barracks training hundreds of troops for the next zerg into the enemy base. This is more of an adventure into micromanagement on the scale of the everyman, the average soldier and the various directions he takes to defeat his opponent."