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    Dawn of War III Review – Day of Defeat

    Way back in the dark ages of 2004 Relic produced Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War, a strategy game that has, over the years, taken away hundreds of hours of my life thanks to its wonderful gameplay and its chunky expansions. Then Dawn of War II turned up and I lost interest as the series ditched base building in favor of more tactical/RPG experience. Now, some eight years after the second game, with Dawn of War III it seems Relic attempted to have the best of both worlds, melding their two previous entries together to form a game that is both frustrating and glorious. For many people it isn't going to be the sequel they wanted, but taken on its own merits there's a lot to like here, even if it does mean it's hard to see exactly what the future of the franchise may be moving forward.

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