Posted by James (admin) on 1st September 2010
Horus Heresy is FantasyFlight Game’s new version of the 1993 game set in the Warhammer 40k universe where the two players fight out the pivotal moment where Warmaster Horus turns traitor and tries to destroy the Emperor in an epic battle raging around the Imperial Palace and on the traitor’s flagship in orbit.
This isn’t a full review because Horus Heresy is a big game and, after a couple of plays, I’m not sure I’ve seen enough of it yet to have a final opinion but I do have some initial thoughts and concerns. (Please note that I haven’t played the original game so this just covers the new version.)
The large game board shows the landscape around the Imperial Palace, the Traitor’s flagship, and a smaller strategic map where order cards can be laid. The landscape section has several holes cut in the board to allow plastic formed craters and fortifications to stick through. These look great and make it really easy to see where the fortified areas are. The figures and components look great as you’d expect from a FFG game. Read the rest of this entry »