Warhammer: The Empire (Interactive Edition) by Games Workshop

Warhammer: The Empire (Interactive Edition)

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date: 2012-08-06
  • Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
Score: 1.5
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Warhammer: The Empire is the indispensible guide to the mightiest human realm in the Warhammer world, its noble heroes and glorious armies. This book details the Empire’s bloody history from its legendary founding to the reign of the current Emperor, Karl Franz of Altdorf, and provides full rules for fielding an Empire army in the Warhammer game. This expanded Warhammer Armies book features interactive miniatures galleries, handy dictionaries to explain game rules, and the comprehensive army list includes all the Empire’s machines of war.

The World That Was is no more, but the battle continues… Warhammer The Empire is designed for use with Warhammer The Game of Fantasy Battles. That game system is no longer supported, but this title remains available for those who want to recreate the epic battles of the lost world. To continue the war against Chaos in the Mortal Realms, check out Warhammer Age of Sigmar.


  • Sad Entry into Digital Era

    By JoyousOblivion
    To say I was excited when I heard Games Workshop (GW) is entering the digital Codex/Army Book market, would be an understatement. Now that they are out however, I am sorely disappointed. GW has consistently shown they believe they are above everyone else and price accordingly. For a digital version of a book, why in God's name is it the same price or even a bit more??? I truly expected the books to come in aroun $19.99 each, $50 a piece and more is hogwash. I can easily find 'other' ways to get a digital copy. If they had shown some semblance of sanity and priced accordingly I wouldn't mind the ~$20 expense but $50+ is ludicrous.
  • Price outstrips the value

    By paradiddleBob
    For that price, I expect an army creator, but no such luck. I place zero value on rotating model galleries (nice adverts for GW, really). The embedded definitions are essential and helpful, especially for a guy like me who doesn't always have the time required to memorize special rules. Perhaps GW has plans for an army list creator, which would be fantastic. However, I shudder at the price they may have in mind. Privateer Press is ahead of the digital game, what with their amazing looking army app on the horizon. Plus, the price is a bargain compared to GW's. I am glad to see GW enter the digital age, but sorely disappointed at their initial offerings.