Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Reviews
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada isn’t really newcomer friendly or forgiving of mistakes, but those willing to learn in a trial by fire will be rewarded with a rich tactical experience.
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada hits a soft spot in my heart. It requires patience and mastery. Add that with superb writing and voice acting, amazing visuals powered by Unreal Engine 4, and very resounding sound effects, Tindalos did an amazing job in bringing this property of Games Workshop to life.
A Warhammer 40K spaceship RTS of epic proportions. Great visual design and an engaging story make for a unique dip into the sci-fi behemoth.
The true triumph of Battlefleet is that it provides the opportunity, after a number of cases of trial and error, to succeed. Each battle brings with it a thrilling trepidation and, as you progress, the infuriating futility of past endeavors begin to blossom into a glorious aptitude, hinting that you might just be getting the hang of it after all.