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Warhammer: Battle March

Released on 12 September 2008

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (10 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Warhammer: Battle March brings the strategic tactical battles of the Warhammer license to the Xbox 360 in a real-time strategy game that gives the player an unprecedented amount of customisation and freedom to control their army on the battlefield. As an epic battle rages following a brutal Chaos invasion, a secret plot is unleashed from behind the scenes to tip the balance of power and disrupt the delicate balance of the world.

Warhammer: Battle March contains six unique playable armies (Empire, Chaos, Skaven, High Elves, Orcs and Dark Elves) and over 100 unit types that develop the battlefield into a living, breathing entity. With Xbox LIVE support, players are able to test their leadership abilities against online opponents or can play one of many additional game modes to give fans a seamless and enriching experience online or offline.

Master The Art Of War: Warhammer: Battle March is about War, focusing on the armies, skirmishes and the battlefield, while de-emphasising the tedious aspects of base and resource management.

Epic, Visceral Battles On A Massive Scale: Epic sense of both scale and detail where immense, ferocious demons and huge beautifully rendered battalions clash with thousands of troops battling on screen in intricate detail.

    Use Environments To Your Advantage: A wide variety of terrain such as forests, swamps, plains, and tundra challenge players to adapt to their surroundings, adding a new layer of strategy and providing infinite replayability.

      Command Heroes And Champions: As armies move from battle to battle in an epic war, Heroes and Champions learn new tactics, unlock new abilities, command larger units, and can even challenge other Champions in duels to the death.

        Customise Your Army: Warhammer: Battle March takes customisation to a new level by allowing for body part swaps, weapon and armor enhancements, and more powerful controls to paint units and customise banners. Additionally, players can accent armies with mercenaries and "Dogs of War," augmenting the look and play of their army for a unique game experience.

          Variety Of Play Modes: Three extensive and thrilling single player campaigns places the armies of the "Empire," "Chaos," and "Orcs and Goblins" at the player's command along with a full assortment of multiplayer modes for both casual and competitive gamers to customise their armies and take them online to battle alongside their friends and against real world opponents.

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (10 reviews)

           A waste of time

          | | See all TACJackanacka's reviews (25)

          So looking forward to this release but really disappointed.

          It is slow, graphically weak and you don't even build on it! All you do is deploy troops and fight. One or two nice features witht the hero dual etc. . . . but not enough to keep you interested,

          Anyone think ing about it should just go and get Lord of the RIngs battle for middle earth as it is by far and away the best fantasy strategy game on the 360.

           buy buy

          | | See all swanborough's reviews (1)

          This games a great buy, i used to collect warhammer and even though it doesnt have any armys that i collected im still hooked its easy to understand and you learn alot about the warhammer races and its just a good fun game

           fantastic game

          | | See all kobilee's reviews (8)

          Why on earth do people bother to compaire these games to the pc version we all no pcs are more powerful than consoles and can run bigger armies units and stuff i say if its better on the pc get rid of your xbox and go play with ya mouse and key board......anyway this is a great game its something new to the xbox the online mode is great to onlything i will say on the campaign i did get left short of units a few times but not a problem any stratagy fan needs this game...

           A must buy game

          | | See all livelongkenny's reviews (5)

          If you liked Gamesworkshop stuff then this is for you, I would rate it as a must buy game and if you do not know about them give this a go you will not be sorry.

           As requested the controls! also a bit extra!

          | | See all scottybars's reviews (1)

          Well i must firstly say this is a vrey good game and very happy that gamesworkshop and the others have developed this pc game (mark of chaos) for the Xbox.
          The controls are very complicated to start off with and i must say it took me a few hours to completely get to grips with them to the point were i didnt have to think what i was doing before i did it, but when this comes it is a very good system allowing for very fast access to your squads (troops) and the grouping system is a very good part of this allowing he gamer to quickly select groups of troups you have set together yourself which helps to bring tactics very much into this game, i am however going to compare it to the affore metioned Mark of Chaos for the PC, and whether i may be bias i try not to be as i have a very powerful gamer PC as well as Xbox, and i say in my opinion it flows alot better than the PC version especially the smooth camera use over the battle field and zooming in and out of the action, which the best PCs stutter at points.
          The story and the length of the game are very good, however the Empire Army seems to be alot stronger than the Chaos or Orc armys which i was abit disappointed about as it is bias in this element of the single player campaigns, all in all a very good game and roll onb future games of this genre coping with the vast controls, and hopefully a future 40k game soon........

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