In the grim darkness of the far future, the Imperial planet Graia is under seige by Orks. The Astra Militarum forces are barely holding together if it were not for their leader 2nd L.T Mira... See full summary »
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Titus (voice)
Richard Hawley ...
Sidonus (voice)
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Leandros (voice)
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Nemeroth / Thrax (voice)
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Warboss Grimskull / Imperial Guardsman (voice)
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Graia (voice)
Lewis Macleod ...
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Enoch (voice)
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Alexander / Imperial Guardsman (voice)
Stuart Organ ...
Nathaniel (voice)
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Petronius (voice)
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Lilith (voice)
Rufus Jones ...
Caleb / Midas / Space Marine (voice)
Rachel Atkins ...
Cassia (voice)
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In the grim darkness of the far future, the Imperial planet Graia is under seige by Orks. The Astra Militarum forces are barely holding together if it were not for their leader 2nd L.T Mira, as Ultramarine captian Titus comes to save the Titans and the planet, he unleashes an even greater threat. Written by CommanderCorvo

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Brilliant
18 November 2011 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

THQ and Relic have really captured the feel of the 40k universe here and to take on a project as big as this given the fan base from the table top game they have done an outstanding job. Campaign storyline is involving, and gameplay is excellent with the camera moving well during melee combat and a wide selection of ranged weaponary, and a good spread of foe types, mission objectives are varied and challenging. Multiplayer is equal in it's enjoyment offering already three different game types with more coming soon, and works very well in all, and the option to totally customise your characters armour and weapon loadouts keeps it interesting. Looking forward to seeing what DLC content is coming in the future


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