Warhammer: Chaosbane Smashing Good Time!
Chaosbane visually looks great except for some of the character models. The gameplay is a bit slow to start but picks up after completing the first few quests. Progression is a bit slower than similar games on the market but that is not necessarily a bad thing. The game has a good foundation to work from and is a lot of fun to play. If you are looking for a new hack n slash give this one a try, especially if you are a fan of Warhammer fantasy. As an added bonus, it can be played offline.
Games set in the Warhammer universe seem to be the in-thing lately and if Chaosbane is a result of this particular popularity wave then I am in no way complaining. This new ARPG has been developed by BIGBEN Games and Eko Software in partnership with Games Workshop. Can it satisfy the need for a new hack n slash looter for the majority of players though? Well, it’s time to take on the hordes of chaos and find out.
Chaosbane opens with the main characters who have returned from a great battle where the champion of chaos was defeated. Voice acting quality during the prologue is hit or miss depending on which character you choose to play but is acceptable. On a positive note, it does improve the further you progress in the storyline.
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