Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
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Domenico Di Bello "Trying to chill out.", Amazon
15 September 2011
Summary: If you are a fan of warhammer 40k, or just a good old fashioned hack ans slash game...BUY THIS. Great controls. Very clean graphics, nothing jaw dropping but put together well. Most importantly does not get boring at any point during game.
Summary: I liked the game - The difficulty was constant for the most part, with a few spikes and a few situations that I kept having to retry due to some cheap mechanics(mainly involving rokkit launchers).
Summary: Tight controlls. Ok story. Interesting enemies. Multiplayer is fun but lacking game modes Buy if your already a 40K fan. If not its at least a rent. As usual the trolls and morons are droppin 0's on a decent title.
Summary: Start off with the Bad like I always do with my reviews: Reasons this game didn't get a 10 from me: 1. Lack of CO-OP mode. That was my number one pet peeve with this game so far. My buddies and I are heavy Space Marine fans.
Summary: Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine is, I would say, a decent third person shooter. Now as I havent played the other Warhammer games, i didnt understand what the story was so I looked up the main story arc from the previous ones online.
Summary: Just got it!!!! Its awesome so far. Its like Gears of war without the hiding behind things thing. I like it better this way space marines dont hide anyway. The kills are great and very satisfying....Multiplayer is alright so far couple of bugs...but its the first day of release.
Summary: I'm only a few hours into this game but I can tell you that I already like it alot. There is such a seamless and fast transition between guns and melee that it makes taking on LARGE numbers of enemies almost effortless. The multiplayer is alot similar to Gears of War but slightly better.
Summary: My husband loves the game, and plays it often. He enjoys the online play and tried on a few new characters as he levels up. There is no option to turn down the gore factor, so he cannot play it when the children are awake, but if you don't have kids it won't be an issue for you.
Summary: Marine Space Hack and Slash mixes and exits the typical strategy games usually based games of Warhammer 40,000 (a long time out of W40K FPS protagonist with a Tau). We will be the Captain Titus of the Ultramarines chapter and we will save a world being forged besieged by Ork We find many times the...