And no, it's not Vigil's Dark Millenium, sorry. From Quebec-based developer Behaviour Interactive comes Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade, a "wholly new MMORPG persistent war experience" set in Games Workshop's Warhammer 40K universe, arriving in 2015.
There's a "strong possibility" that Relic will be working with Games Workshop on a new Dawn of War game somewhere down the line.
It's about as ubiquitous a term in science fiction—and video games—as "starship", "lightspeed" and "datapad", but an author at the centre of a copyright struggle claims that Games Workshop, the company behind the Warhammer 40K franchise, is trying to take legal possession of the term "space marine".
I liked collecting and painting Warhammer 40K miniatures when I was a kid, sure, but one thing I liked more was heading to this local store that always had models painted by a professional.
Sega and Creative Assembly have announced today that the British development house, famous for its Total War strategy games on the PC, will be expanding to take on a number of Warhammer video games.
Stop dragging my heart around, Games Workshop. After teasing us with a Capcom-developed version of the fantasy board game that devoured my soul in the early 90's that never came to fruition, the Warhammer folks hand the property over to Nomad Games, who plan to create a series of Talisman games for PC and mobile…
If the text flashing by in this trailer are to be believed, Relic Entertainment has managed to cram 1.8 billion different ways to customize Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine's six multiplayer classes, a number at least 1,000 times larger than the amount of people likely to care.
How did a game called Blood Bowl take this long to introduce an all-vampire team, and why aren't they turning to dust during day games?
While one of the enemies in Plants Vs. Zombies used to play football, the undead abominations of the newly-revealed Necromantic team actively play, or at least they will once the Blood Bowl Legendary Edition hits PC.
In case your favorite fantasy football team didn't make it into the initial PC release of Cyanide Studio's adaptation of the Games Workshop board game, chances are they'll be showing up in Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition later this year.
The PC adaptation of the Games Workshop board game that put the fantasy in fantasy football is getting a free dose of hot Dark Elf action next month.
We know a Warhammer 40K MMO is coming, we know it's "years away", and we know I'm terribly excited about the whole thing. Aside from that, though, we don't really know squat. Do now! Last month's PC Gamer ran a big feature on the game (of which we've already posted some scraps), which finally got us some answers to…