Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
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Realm of Gaming
12 October 2011
Excerpt: A few years in the making, THQ and Relic have come together to make what might just be the best Warhammer incarnation yet. Our story beings with the deployment of the Ultramarines, a cybernetically and genetically enhanced squad of super-soldiers sent to The Forgeworld to stop a planetary invasion...
Summary: And herein lies a Gears of War clone that has far more in common with Halo than Epic’s epically brown stop-and-popper. Relic’s Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine is the franchise’s first entry into the realm of console gaming, and as such, will be many gamers’ first exposure to what is as fully a...
Summary: " Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine " is a fantastic piece of fan service that offers an amazing action game in its own right with beautiful art and audio design. The blend of guns and melee is executed better here than in any other game I can think of, and the rich fiction is boiled down well to...
Excerpt: Players fill the boots of Titus, a captain in the Ultramarines chapter of the Space Marines. He and his compatriots are tasked with landing on Graia, a Forge World that has been all but conquered by the Orks.
Excerpt: Relic Entertainment has been following an odd progression with its Warhammer 40,000 games. In the first one, the real-time strategy title Dawn of War , you built bases and controlled dozens of units at a time.
Excerpt: “As our bodies are armoured with Adamantium, our souls are protected with our loyalty. As our bolters are charged with death for the Emperor’s enemies, our thoughts are charged with his wisdom. As our ranks advance, so does our devotion, for are we not Marines?
Excerpt: Graia, un monde forge alimentant l’humanité en armes, est envahi par une horde d’Orks. Pour le commandant Titus et son escouade Ultramarine, la mission est simple : gagner du temps en attendant les renforts. La vision baston de Warhammer 40,000.