Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution (2011)

Video Game  -  Action  -  4 March 2011 (Canada)
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Jonah / Weirdboy / Adept (voice)
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Force Commander / Ork Boy / Scout / Space Marine / Corrupt Guardsman (voice)
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Banshee / Elena / Farseer (voice)
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Bloodletter / Space Marine Voice of God / Thule / Ulkair / Veldoran (voice)
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Sentinel / Guardsman (voice)
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Imperial Guard Vehicles / Guardsman (voice)
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Apothecary / Tarkus (voice)
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Chaos Dreadnought / Warp Spider Exarch / Ork Nob (voice)
Keith Ferguson ...
Commisar Lord / Corrupt Guardsman / Da Grot / Heretic / Krom / Maso / Mr. Nailbrain / Plague Marine / Ronahn (voice)
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Chaos Voice of God / Diomedes / Wraithguard / Wraithlord (voice) (as Keith Szarabjka)
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Inquisitor Adrastia (voice)
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Hive Mind (voice)
Neil Kaplan ...
Ogryn / Ork Nob (voice)
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Baneblade Pilot / Imperial Guard Guardsman (voice)
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Autarch Kayleth (voice)
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This is what DOW2 should have been from the beginning.
16 December 2011 | by (Vietnam) – See all my reviews

The game itself is very solid, here are the good points: - Very cool voice acting, especially Kaptin Buddflagge and Lord General Castor. - The Imperial Guards added more fun. - God unit for everyone. - Good story, many conflicts between characters. - Cheap. Some minorbad points, not really matter: - Battlewagon seems underwhelming. -Short campaign. If you're playing the Singleplayer mode then you haven't experienced it all yet. Because the true glory lies within the Multiplayer mode which involves a lot of strategies. Unlike Starcraft in which units are important, in DOW, it is how you control them, getting in the right place at the right time, using covers, retreating, etc... that matters, almost 80% of he winning factor depend on it. In conclusion, should you buy this game? Of course.


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