Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground Review

Warhammer video games cover a very wide gamut, but given the franchise’s tabletop origins, turn-based strategy adaptations tend to attract special scrutiny. This is certainly true of Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground from Canadian developer Gasket Games, as it’s the first major turn-based strategy video game based on Games Workshop’s new-ish fantasy universe that made its debut in 2015. Add some trendy roguelike elements and other modern elements like full crossplay-enabled online multiplayer to the mix, and you have a rather intriguing package.

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