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Maximum Games Warhammer: ChaosbaneSlayer Edition - PlayStation 5
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- The first action RPG set in the Warhammer fantasy battles world wit 6 character classes, each with unique gameplay, skills and equipment
- An XXL bestiary with over 70 Monster aligned with the chaos gods and epic boss battles
- Optimized for co-op: solo or with up to 4 players, local or online, Purge chaos from the world
- The ultimate version of the game: unlock all DLC with this edition to enjoy an enhanced game experience and unlimited replayability!
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- Language : English
- Rated : Mature
- Product Dimensions : 1.27 x 13.46 x 17.02 cm; 90.72 Grams
- Release date : Dec 8 2020
- Manufacturer : Maximum Games CA
- Place of Business : WALNUT CREEK, CA, 94596 US
- ASIN : B08KVDGHJY
- Item model number : 821679
- Customer Reviews:
Fight chaos in this ultimate version of Warhammer: chaosbane! Warhammer: chaosbane - slayer Edition includes all existing content, The Tomb kings expansion, and the new Witch Hunter class! In the old World ravaged by war and dominated by magic, you must rise up to face the chaos hordes. Choose a hero from 6 character classes, equip the most powerful artefacts, and prepare for Epic fights.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2021
That said, the level design gets very repetitive very quickly. The game is a bit short and can be completed in under 10 hours even if you methodically explore every nook of each level. And the game does a very, very poor job of explaining its own features so you are constantly guessing at what it is you are tweaking and how it works. I was five hours in before I realized that the right-hand half of the circle of skills on the second page of information were for passive skills that were listed separately, and not just a continuation of a circle of active skills. There was no real explanation of the invasion map corrosion effects and why you constantly lose life in those levels. The god skills tree map had to be learned through trial and error, and it was initially puzzling why one suddenly stopped earning new points to put on that skill tree while it was still 80% incomplete.
Fortunately the length of the game is extended through the DLC, but not by much, perhaps a few hours. The extra game modes such as the invasion map, tower of chaos, etc help pad out the time too, but again are poorly explained and limited.
So it's not quite the Diablo-style game we had hoped for, but it scratched that itch for now.