Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team
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Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team
10 September 2011
Conclusion: In fact, it's brilliant. But, the short Campaign and lack of online co-op hurt the game's lasting appeal. It's fun, and worth the 800 points, for a few days. But then you've completed it, and for one reason or another, can't get someone to come round and play it with you, and those 800 points start...
Excerpt: The world of Warhammer 40,000 (or Warhammer 40K) comes to life on Xbox 360 in this fast-paced 3rd-person action shooter. Thrusting the player (and optionally a co-op partner) directly into the heart of battle as one of the Emperor’s Elite Space Marines on a vital mission to assault a gigantic Ork...
Excerpt: The new Warhammer 40K game doesn't feature original gameplay, nor will you find colorful storybook graphics, references to tribal culture, or deep social themes. Even the name, Kill Team , lacks the depth that many of the exciting and original games this summer have showcased.
Excerpt: It seems that THQ is indeed taking a serious of stab at bringing Games Workshop’s long running tabletop gaming franchise Warhammer to the world of console gaming. Although the attention has been on the upcoming third person shooter Space Marine, set to release in September, THQ has seen fit to...
Summary: Warhammer fans are still anxiously awaiting the release of Relic Entertainment’s Space Marine, the next big video game installment in the Warhammer 40,000 series. Don’t fret fans, you only have a little over a month to go.
Summary: Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team could have been a highly addictive third-person shooter. Instead it feels ancient when compared to today’s shooters and the lack of online co-op is inexcusable for an arcade game that costs 800 Microsoft Points.
Summary: In this third person arcade style shooter, players take on the role of an elite Space Marine team sent to assault a giant Ork Kroozer en-route to an Imperial Forge World. Do you have what it takes to take out the Warboss and prevent the Waaaagh?
Excerpt: As those who listen to the N4G Podcast know, I am a tabletop gamer as well as a video gamer. IÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢ve dabbled in collectible games, including Magic: the Gathering, Heroclix and, most recently, Monsterpocalypse...
Pros: + Top-notch presentation, + Enjoyable combat, + Good use of license
Cons: No online coop, Maximum twoplayer couch coop, Campaign runs under four hours