Because it's true.
Haven't seen this posted, but then, i don't come here often.
Anyway, the latest issue of PC gamer has a fair sized article on a game called Warhammer. In case you're wondering, it is a WFB game on the PC.
Some snippets form the article:
It goes on to explain that it uses something similar to tha Havoc engine in Age of Empires 3, but (to use their words) "better".Originally Posted by Warhammertime, PC Gamer 140, Sept. 2005
Base management is downplayed, because
I think this is a good thing. Games like Warcraft 3 tend to emphasize clicking stuff quickly to build the toughest units around, rather than actually employing a lot of strategy and tactics.the focus won't be on "where do i put my blacksmith shop". In place of resource gathering, every unit will have a point value taken from the tabletop game.
Fully playable races in this game are the Empire, Chaos, High Elves and Skaven, with "cameo appearances" from Orcs, Dwarves, Vampires and Goblins. I'm sure if this game does well enough, we can expect that there will be expansions for making these races fully playable, as well as other races added to the game.