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Generally favorable reviews- based on 176 Ratings

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  1. Dec 28, 2010
    This game killed Dawn of War, the introduction of flying units (that never really flew they just couldn't be attacked in close combat by other ground units) and the buggy Dark Eldar and Sisters Of Battle, again the campaign was a risk type control all locations on the system map, but you could play as any race again this ruins the story of it overall the worst expansion for Dawn of War and quite possibly the worst game ever made Expand
  2. Dec 17, 2012
    A major disappointment after how good Dark Crusade was. The two new races add nothing new (there's already 7 from the previous expansions), air units are basically flying tanks that only ranged units can attack (and there's a lot of melee units so this is kind of a big deal), and the campaign is recycled from Dark Crusade with marginal changes. Worst expansion and not worth playing over the previous releases. Expand

Mixed or average reviews - based on 37 Critics

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  1. Positive: 18 out of 37
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  1. In adding to the weight of maps and playable factions, as a collection, Dawn of War with Soulstorm alongside it sets itself apart from a lot of the more youthful games out there. [Apr 2008, p.66]
  2. Soulstorm, like its predecessors, does a great job of providing an intense, war-torn, battlefield for you to play with. But the most important thing is that the game is great fun, and will surely touch the soul of every RTS geek who's ever dreamt of being a Space Marine.
  3. Despite providing the thrilling and series-established RTS gameplay, Soulstorm seems recycled and worn out. Dawn of War fans or RTS players will feel deja vu when playing this game the first time.