Warhammer Epic 40000: Final Liberation is an epic fail! The end! Nah, I'm just kidding. Final Liberation is an interesting specimen because it's in the Warhammer 40k universe, but strays away from the original games, meaning that this game is turn-based strategy game, rather than a real-time one. The story of the game is quite simple and can be summed up in a few words. The campaign features a non-linear story line where the player controls the Imperial forces to liberate the planet of Volistad from Ork raiders. The territory controlled at each stage determines the points available for the replacement and repair of units. The winning of certain maps gives access to certain specialist units such as superheavy tanks or Titans. As I have said above, this is a TBS game, meaning that you have to take turns. The TBS elements in the game are quite solid and to be honest I have really enjoyed the game, even though I was used to the RTS part of the series. While the graphics are just OKAY, the sound effects in the game are well done. In conclusion, Warhammer Epic 40000: Final Liberation is a great TBS game and a great entry in the Warhammer series as well.
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