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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II’s Chaos expansion brings spiky naked dudes to space

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II, a slightly flabby spaceship smashing strategy than I nonetheless had a great time with, gets a big dose of daemonic evil today in the form of a new campaign featuring everyone's favourite spiky chaps. No, not hedgehogs you silly goose! Chaos! Them with the skin peeling and possession and giant psychic tears in space time and that. A fine bunch. Avert your…

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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 updates with silly-huge skirmish battles

What's the point of a Warhammer game (40k or otherwise) if you can't smash irresponsibly large armies together, just to watch them burn? Today, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 added a new Massive Fleet skirmish mode as part of a big update. Developers Tindalos Interactive say that it's inherently unbalanced - the game was never made for encounters on this scale - but it sure is…

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Battlefleet Gothic 2 new mode & campaign coming after co-op finished

A fourth campaign and dirty gert fleets are in the works for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2, which officially launched today, though the first post-launch priority is to, ah, finish its cooperative mode. Right now that's officially classed as "in an early access state", basically due to running out of time, with the polished and de-bugged mode expected to follow in a few months. Beyond that,…

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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 review

In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war. This is a lie, of course. There’s also fancy hats, for example. I know this because I’ve seen the admirals of Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 wearing them while they command their giant space cathedrals to do a murder at other giant space cathedrals, in a sequel that veers fairly close to the original,…

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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 explains its three grand campaigns

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is almost here - due on January 24th - and the space-naval strategy sequel looks to be a tad bigger and more ambitious than its predecessor. In the very seriously narrated info-dump trailer below (it sounds like the man is speaking in ALL CAPS ALL THE TIME), it lays out what its new single-player side entails. While there are twelve playable…

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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 delayed into 2019

With September dropping out of warp in only a few hours, the publishers of Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 today announced that ah, no, the spaceship-battling RTS will not launch in September after all. It's delayed into January 2019 to allow extra time to polish and improve it (hot tip: paint the game red, it'll run faster), as is the usual delay way. But! The developers…

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Sequels for the sequel throne! Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 bringing more WH40K spaceship RTS action

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the Cadian Sector, here comes Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 bursting forth with more Warhammer 40,000 real-time-strategy spaceship combat. Publishers Focus Home today announced a sequel to Tindalos Interactive's 2016 game, saying it will launch some time later this year. Armada 2 boasts many more playable factions, I'm told, with "the Imperial Navy, Space Marines,…

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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Opening Tau Beta Tomorrow

The Tau are coming to Battlefleet Gothic: Armada [official site], the real-time adaptation of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40K spaceship battle boardgame, serving the Greater Good. Those blue fellas will be paid DLC but, in the sharing spirit, from tomorrow they'll be free for Battlefleet players to try in beta for a bit. Maybe you'll like how they think. Maybe you'll want to sign up. Maybe…

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Space Marines Invade Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Today

As if space strategy Battlefleet Gothic: Armada [official site] wasn't grim enough, Space Marines will be entering the orbital fray today. In addition to the Tau, which should be added to Battlefleet sometime later, both races are available for free to people who already own the game or who buy it before the end of the day. They'll then be available thereafter as extra DLC…

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Battlefleet Gothic – Armada review

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada [official site] is based on a now-defunct table-top game set in the Warhammer 40K universe. And that means that it comes with the same funky blend of fantasy and sci-fi you've come to expect from Games Workshop. Orcs are now "Orks." You plan via a "Tactical Cogitator," that kind of thing. 40K is as familiar as a piece of well-worn furniture around…

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Heretics! Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Shows Off Chaos

There is something pleasing about watching a mile-long spacecathedral circling in broadside combat with a mile-long, meat-covered spacecathedral dedicated to ruinous powers. Something to do with pretty space backgrounds, nice giant spacecathedrals, colourful zapbeams, and the very idea of heavily-armed shards of meat, bone, and teeth. I'm less sure about the ship with a big silly red demon heads on top, though. Maybe that's what…

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Battlefleet Gothic Does Galactic-Scale 40K In March

It might not openly be about spaceships which listen to The Sisters of Mercy, but I think the spirit's there. I wrote only yesterday that the darkly cute Dawn of War aesthetic seems to be the de facto look for Warhammer 40,000 games, and now here's Battlefleet Gothic proving me wrong, and trying to look like the sort of ornate and broody artwork (think 'powersuited…

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Dakka Dakka: Battlefleet Gothic – Armada’s Orks

Orks should not be allowed to pilot spaceships. I imagine their first attempts to reach the stars were a lot like my first attempts to launch a Kerbal Space Program: nasty, brutish and short. And yet, somehow, through a combination of determination and hunger for war, the 'orrible creatures have their own fleets in Games Workshop's spacebiff strategy game, Battlefleet Gothic. The upcoming digital adaptation,…

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Ship-Shape: Battlefleet Gothic – Armada In-Game Trailer

I'm taking a break from a preview build of Blood Bowl II to write about Battlefleet Gothic: Armada [official site]. It's a Games Workshop kinda day on my computer while a blistering sun beats down on grimdark Salford just outside the window to my right. I've already written a big preview of what you can expect from the tactical battles of Battlefleet, as well as…

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A Tall Glass Of RTS: Etherium’s Free Full Trial Week

"Etherium [official site] is unlikely to work its way into anyone’s list of strategy favourites but if you’re a fan of traditional RTS games, its short bursts of action might be as welcome as a cool pint of H20 during a drought," said our Adam in His Wot I think. Now, I'm not too good on logic, but I believe that means that this game…

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Flying Cathedrals Galore In First Battlefleet Gothic Trailer

The first trailer for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada [official site] shows pretty much just a load of flying cathedrals blasting through space while dramatic orchestral music plays, but I don't know what else you'd expect from a game about flying cathedrals fighting other huge spaceships. Adam has seen the game in action but you and I, for now we only get displays of stained glass, arches,…

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Etherium review

Etherium [official site] is fast-paced and energetic but it won't leave you suffering from a sugar crash. It can pack a punch but it doesn't burn like a slug of bouron. Etherium is, in fact, like a glass of water. It's not much to look at and while you're drinking it, you might envy those whose refreshments have been invigorated by the addition of sugar,…

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Space Wars Are Go: Sci-Fi RTS Etherium Out Today

While some folks clamour for real-time strategy games, I'd quite fancy a spot of real time strategy, divorced from the laughable human 'linear' time. Show me everything, all of it, all at once, forever unfolding and forking down infinite paths. Show me how even one single move - or no moves! - will end in countless tragedies, let me become paralysed with indecision, realise only…

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First Look: Battlefleet Gothic – Armada

The news that an adaptation of Games Workshop's Battlefleet Gothic was in development made for happy reading last week but solid facts were thin on the ground. We knew that the game would be real-time rather than turn-based, which was cause for concern in some quarters, and that four factions would be available. Now, following a meeting with the developers yesterday, I have all of…

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Holy Ships: Battlefleet Gothic – Armada Announced

Cathedral ships, ahoy! Focus Interactive have announced that they will publish a real-time strategy adaptation of Games Workshop's Battlefleet Gothic. Armada is already in development and we'll be taking a closer look in very near future but the first details emerged moments ago. Fleets will be drawn from four forces - Imperial, Chaos, Eldar and Ork - and ships will be fully customisable, from their…

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