Reviews and Problems with Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
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Fun game, and 1 you will really enjoy if you like warhammer
3 November 2013
Summary: This was my 1st experience into the world of Warhammer. I didn't really know what to expect....but I was happily surprised! Its a 3rd person shooter (which I like) the story mode was fun, and kept you intrested in the. It has a nice multiplayer mode. We're you can stand along side your battle brothers up to 4. And try to defeat wave after wave of orks until you hit the bonus level. Or battle against each other for fun and glory.
Summary: A co-worker of mine recommended this game to me, and I'm not too familiar with warhammer 40k, aside from the fact that it exists, but I picked it up out of curiosity. At the start, a few things seemed a bit odd: the faux-British accents on the Orks, the mangled Latin, the gigantomungous protagonists, but I found out that source material explains all that quite well. The game itself is a bit more complex than a simple shooter.
Summary: Bought this game for my husband but decided to try it out myself one night... Usually not my kind of game I am more into the Dragon Age games and the Sims (1,2 & 3) But I did end up liking it surprisingly enough... For the price it was dead worth the buy... My husband loves it I think he ended up playing for hours the first time he turned it on...
I paid about $10 for it, and I'd say that's about what the game is worth.
8 October 2012
Summary: Fun little game. It just gets repetitive after a while. The jetpack is awesome, but its a shame they only let you use it a few times in the single player campaign. I didn't play any of the multiplayer, because it looks very grindy, in a Modern Warfare sort of way (e.g. grinding for acheivements, points, classes, etc.).
Summary: bought this game for my boyfriend who wanted it for x box instead of just on his computer. He loved how much better it was on the big screen! Really entertaining, great graphics, and a ton of fun!
Summary: I really like this game. I am not a veteran of the Warhammer universe, and I did not need to be in order to have a blast with this game. It's combat reminded me of Viking: Battle for Asgard, but with projectile weapons. The controls are ergonomically satisfying. Switching from your chainsaw sword to your remotely detonated gernade launcher and then to your sniper, all while rolling to avoid the over-whelming orc horde, is done so simply that it makes you feel like a real...
Good, not great game that preaches to the choir but won't make any new converts
Maulrat "Maulrat", Amazon
17 January 2012
Summary: Perfect video game for 'Hammer heads, not so much anybody else. I'm a huuuuge WH40K guy, so this game is perfect for me. THQ has absolutely nailed down the look of what an FPS set in the 40K universe should look like. Many times I found myself just wandering around looking at the incredible detail that went into the game setting, enjoying the perfect realization of an Imperial Forgeworld.
Summary: I enjoy playing this game. The controls are simple enough the story line is a basic WH40K story arc but that you can play through instead of reading about it. Multiplayer is well balanced in my opinion only problem at the moment are the limited number of maps but THQ will surely come out with more soon!
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 Imperial Guard soldiers being attacked by Ork forces and the more we move more types of weapons found.