Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
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Very entertaining game!
3 weeks ago
Summary: People say this is not a quality game. I beg to differ. It is packed full of action, and entertaining to play. I enjoyed all the way till the end! Great price too! I would recomend if you enjoy smashing and shooting your enemy! 5 stars!
Summary: This game is so epic gameplay wise. While the story I feel lacks the gameplay makes up for 100 percent. This is the first Warhammer game I have played and I love it! Very good shooter with great mechanics. Thumbs up!
Summary: Hi question if i order & purchase & pay for this Ps3 Game with my credit card will the payment be accepted this time instead of declined again like blazing angels part 1 you know the one for the ps3 i payed for on this website a couple of weeks back .
Summary: First off, if you're familiar with the Warhammer 40k universe, this game will hit all the fundamental and basic plot points you would expect. You've got Ultramarines facing off against Orcs and Chaos. There's no deep cuts into canon lore here, but there doesn't need to be. If you're completely unfamiliar with the setting of Warhammer 40k, don't worry. You're a superhuman killing machine with awesome weapons taking on a planet full of enemies. Simple.
Summary: For fans of tabletop gaming, this game was probably a sort of triumph. Several concepts from the Warhammer franchise have filtered into popular culture but with this game, it becomes more evident where they originated. My ONLY complaint (and it's a big one) is that while this game plays like Xbox's "Gears of War", it lacks cooperative play. That's a huge drawback in this instance that holds me back from a full five-stars.
Summary: Your first hour or so will be a blast. This game gives you several ways in which to splatter Ork-brains all over the screen, and Captain Titus is extremely adept at doing just that. With weapons out the wazoo, you'll carve a swath through Ork after Ork... after Ork... after... uh... more Orks... ... then some more Orks come... wait... why are the Orks here...? And... where the deuce ARE we, exactly???
Summary: I enjoy games like Dawn of War, the older Age of ... games, Warcraft, etc. I couldn't pass this game up knowing that it is part of the Warhammer universe. While there is nothing new here, it is a fun diversion while waiting for something bigger to come along. The game feels similar to the Gear of War layout. You play with an over-the-shoulder view and charge down linear paths obliterating everything in your way. Unlike Gears, SpaceMarine has no duck-and-cover system.
Summary: Great game. I am hoping for a series. I love the 40K universe though. Only one bad thing is they didnt quite get the Ultramarines mentality right and randomly threw in Blood Ravens for like one part of a level.