Final Liberation is a game that is pleasing to the eye. The 3D terrain and unit/building graphics are nicely done. However, in certain areas of the game some infantry units blend in with the background and therefore are difficult to see . All of the tanks and soldiers are very realistic and mechanical looking. The movie clips are very clean and clear.
In general, sound in Final Liberation is good but not outstanding. The tank, vehicle and weapon sounds are well but a small bug was noticed by this reviewer. Sometimes when you shoot your mortars the sound will be muted until you end your turn.
Final Liberation is a challenging game and the 77 page manual is a must read. In Final Liberation as you win battles you earn money to buy more units (or repair damaged ones) to strengthen your forces.
The game interface is well developed and user friendly. The function of each button on the interface is shown when you move your mouse over the button.
Movement of units in Final Liberation is very simple. Left click on the unit to be moved. Then move the green 'X' to an area with your mouse (if it turns red you are trying to move the unit too far) and click your left mouse button to move the unit to that area.
Final Liberation is playable via modem or the internet for up to 4 players. The tutorial provided with Final Liberation is the ideal starting place for novice and experienced wargamers alike to learn about the game interface and elements of movement and strategy in the game.
Graphics: Nice graphics. Sometimes hard to see units.
Sound: Good - a little buggy.
Enjoyment: In general an enjoyable game.
Replay Value: Multiplayer capability enhances game play value.
Warhammer 40k fan's who want to play the actual table top game should download Warhammer 40k Final liberation because this game is utterly table top. However this game is extremely hard for beginners therefore is not recommended for newbie's but rather for veterans (if you can beat this game on hard your a pro) and determined green horns, otherwise stay away until you are ready.
Warhammer 40k Final Liberation is a really great game even if some things don't make sense and others just suck, however this game basically gives you control of almost every Imperial guard unit excluding some like guard from certain planets too far but include 3 types of guard. The first is Catachan Guards, jungle fighters mostly and then comes the Tallarn Guards who look like those WW2 German Sand Rats. Then comes my favorite Mordian Guards who look like those nut crackers and every time I think about the nut cracker I see this image of some poor bastard getting kicked or shot in the crouch. But of course what is an army without tanks?
In Final Liberation there are light tanks to heavy tanks and by light I mean a tank with 1 cannon with some machine guns at the sides or something like that and when I say heavy tanks I mean some crazy tank with 2 big cannons, 2 types of machine guns at the side and needlessly said dangerous as hell that's about all for humans orks next.
The orks in the beginning can be pretty hard but when compared with later, you will hate them.
In Final Liberation there is almost no end to ork infantry and even their simplest cannon fodder can wipe out your best weapons as long as they have a good amount of their own guys. Despite this orks have no artillary (thank god) because some of their tanks can kill your best weapons as long as they get in range thus every fight could push your men to their limits.
Last piece of advice: Fight every battle defensively and artillery bombs their position constantly.
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Warhammer 40000: Chaos Gate, Warhammer 40000: Rites of War, Warhammer: Dark Omen, Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, Warhammer: Mark of Chaos, Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior, Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos
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