Warhammer 40.000: Dawn of War II - Retribution

EU & US Release date: 1 Mar, 2011
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Dawn of War II: Retribution celebrates its 5th anniversary with a free new hero

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Retribution, the second, final, standalone expansion for Dawn of War II is turning five this month! To celebrate, not only is Relic releasing some new DLC, they’re giving it away for free!

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution gets ridiculously bloody in time for Halloween

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A new downloadable content pack is now available for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution, called the Ridiculously Bloody Blood Pack, and as the name states, it causes enemies to explode in fountains of blood when they die. In fact, it's so bloody the content warns that it "can affect battle visibility when in combat."

A trailer shows just how ridiculously bloody the Ridiculously Bloody Blood Pack can be.

FADE predicts Steam near $500m in revenue for 2011's first half

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Analyst firm Forecasting & Analyzing Digital Entertainment (FADE), has reported their prediction for Valve's Steam platform and say they reached $468m by June.

That's revenue for the first half of 2011. FADE believe Portal 2 led strong growth clearing $56.4m through 1.1m units. Magicka hit 789k units worth $6.2m.

Bilson: Dawn of War 3 is something you've never seen before

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THQ core games boss Danny Bilson has teased the first details of Relic's Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War III instalment, revealing it 'combines I and II'.

Well 1 + 2 does, in fact, equal 3. That's good math. While it's "going back" to the first two on some things it will give us something we "haven't seen before".

THQ posts $136.1m loss for fiscal 2011, uDraw for Xbox 360, PS3

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Publisher THQ has revealed their financials for the fiscal year now passed and they record a loss of $136.1m, while net sales were in fact stronger at $802.3m.

Q4 '11 didn't perform as well as the previous year's, but Homefront is attributed as their 'primary drive' for success. The new IP has had a "solid start".

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