Final Liberation is designed to accurately recreate the Epic 40,000 tabletop game, and it does. But after playing it for awhile you'll certainly concoct a sizable mental wish-list for a sequel or add-on. After all, the game only offers the one Imperial campaign (which is very good), and the two sides in Final Liberation only scratch the surface of the many interesting races contained in the Epic 40,000 universe - all of which are referenced in the Codex but left conspicuously absent during play. A more modern presentation would likewise go a long way to draw in new fans, but for now, Final Liberation will appeal mainly to those already interested in its source material. As it stands, Final Liberation is a solid, enjoyable turn-based strategy game that offers plenty of strategy, imagination, and value for those looking to win large-scale future wars.