Jump into the rich world of Warhammer 40,000 in this fast paced 3rd person action shooter. As one of the Emperor's Elite Space Marines you have been sent on a vital mission to assault a gigantic Ork Kroozer headed for an Imperial Forge World.
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Jump into the rich world of Warhammer 40,000 in this fast paced 3rd person action shooter. As one of the Emperor's Elite Space Marines you have been sent on a vital mission to assault a gigantic Ork Kroozer headed for an Imperial Forge World. Choose your Space Marine Chapter and weapons class and commence the purging of brutal Orks and vicious Tyranids on board. Team up to form a 2-man Kill Team in same screen co-op mode and benefit from multiple team pickups to help survive the onslaught.

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor: 2.0GHz Dual Core processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8800 GTS or Radeon HD 4770 or Intel HD 4200 512MB
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
6.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 23 de novembro
My second favourite 40K game after the glorious 40K: SPACE MARINE. Liked it on PSN, like it even more on PC (that stable framerate!). Basically the best thing that came out of Dawn of War 2 (models and music are re-used assets of that disappointingly boring sequel) and the closest thing to a 40K arcade game that is going to happen any time soon.

It's neither the prettiest, smartest or otherwise particularly outstanding game under the sun (in fact, it is quite prone to glitching out in some way or the other) BUT it is nicely simplistic, dumb alien blasting twinstick-fun (you point in a direction, stuff dies). Features some nice vistas, good use of color and a truly epic final boss battle. Killing thousands of filthy xenos in the name of the Emperor feels pretty good for the most part, the Dawn of War music playing in the background makes you feel righteously superior over all the pitiful creatures trying to step up to you and mowing down hordes of enemies with a rapid-firing spreadshooting missile-launcher brings a smile to my face. Good thing I don't have to clean up the mess afterwards.

Thumbs up to the devs for not bothering with customizations or RPG-crap - this is a game about slaughtering them all and not showing mercy. Period. The more you kill, certain perks and a few weapons will unlock - but this is no gamechanger and pretty much makes you KILL MORE STUFF ONLY FASTER! Also, 40K: Killteam works great in local coop (you know, like back in the arcade - you and your mate against the odds) and is simple enough to play even when completely smashed.

Might hold only limited appeal if you are not a 40K fanboy but otherwise offers a few hours of slightly mediocre, arcade-ish fun.
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4 de 8 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
1.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de novembro
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team was the first steam game i bought. I purchased it 1 day after release and it was an okay experience. The game only had two levels to play from and a few characters to pick. I bought this game for $10.00 and i believe that this game should be cheaper. Overall, it isn't the best game or the worst game i've ever played.

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0 de 3 pessoas (0%) acharam esta análise útil
3.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 24 de novembro
For the emperor!
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3.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 27 de novembro
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team

Who doesn't love Warhammer 40k? If you don't love Warhammer 40k you might just be a homosexual. And that's why I write this review - because I love the Warhammer 40k universe and have been disappointed by this game.

Any Warhammer game should preserve the feel of the source material and universe it's set in. Kill Team performs well when it comes to making you feel like a Space Marine. You can choose from several hero classes to play as, with seperate, class-only weapons and special abilities and a truckload of perks to help you smash your bloody way through the Hoarde. Graphical quality is average, as is sound, with nothing fantasic going on, but both doing a fine job.

This is a console port and unfortunately it shows with several issues. What appears to be often buggy script-triggering, leaving you alone and stuck and having to creativly find some way to commit suicide and restart from the last checkpoint to continue is the largest complaint. This also ties in with the camera. In my first playthrough of the first stage of the campaign this happened twice. Secondly there is no online co-op! Local co-op only, here! - What a disappointment this feature-lack was to me and I'm sure will be to many others. Thirdly is the camera itself - When it does work, many players will probably find the camera annoying and restrictive,as it moves on a rail around you depending on where you are in the level with no user-control over the viewpoint at all. When it stops working the camera gets stuck which leaves you to wander into the distance so far away you cant see yourself, or around a corner, or find yourself unable to progress (and commit suicide) if you're on a part of the level that requires another trigger to fire for the game to let you continue.

When it's working well, even with a non-controllable viewpoint - it's quite a lot of fun! It plays smoothly and is a fine twinstick/swarm shooter and does fine justice to the Warhammer40k universe. However it's difficult to recommend even as a single-player experience with the game-breaking script and camera bugs which seem to be quite prevalant, even in my short time playing.


As an update to this review after playing more of the campaign, the bugs continued. The camera script froze once in the second level and because game objects have problems with movers (meaning if your character is on a lift that is moving, they will jerk and sometimes clip and fall through), and the third campaign level has you starting on a lift, I found myself in a constant death loop. I gave up attempting to even begin the third level after 10 or so death/auto-restart attempts.

This console port is, in my experience, broken to the point of being literally unplayable.
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8.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 23 de novembro
A short, fun twin-stick romp in the Warhamamer 40K world. It's not revolutionary, but still fun action for a Saturday afternoon. What better way to spend your time and (life's currency) than to kill xenos for the God-Emperor himself?
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9 de 9 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
9.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 2 de agosto
A top-down shooter in the warhammer universe. Not a too good, but not too bad either. Because top-down shooter fans don't have too big collection to choose from and most participant is pretty bad i must recommend this, as it's playable at least.
- Cool graphics,.Not too sophisticated, but does the job. I love warhammer style, especially the ork's statues are funny cool.
- Great sound, even the music is 'there'.
- Solid gameplay.
-4 different chars, but the gameplay only slighty differs.
- Short, only 5 levels.
- No difficulty settings, and the 3rd and the last levels are pretty hard for mediocre players.
- Awfull checkpoint system, too big gaps between each.
- The camera is fixed and operated by the game. Sometimes, not even rarely, it goes behind walls or simply shows the other way rather than where you wanna see.
- Unskippable gamescenes. That's the worst! You die and start from the last checkpoint, but mostly all starts with a gamescene you have to view again and again and again. I had some pretty bad thoughts about the designers and the testers.

6/10 Better than mediocre top-down shooter. Fun for a playthrough.
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8 de 10 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
2.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 26 de outubro
Not much here. Poor port, simple game. Looks good enough, play with a friend and a beer and it's probably ok. But then again, what isen't at that point.
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5 de 6 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
4.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 13 de setembro
Fun game. More fun if you play coop with a friend.

For the Emprah!
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6 de 9 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
11.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de junho
So I’ve played the game through twice now and honestly I find myself unsure of where all these negative reviews are coming from. Let’s get the elephant in the room out first, NO Kill Team does not have online co-op and YES that would have made it many times better with hours of replayability. And no it’s not even close to the best WH40k game out there. But for $10 (or less if you get it on sale) it’s a perfectly fun little twin-stick using the 40k aesthetic that you can put around 4-5 hours into to beat the main plot, and around 10 if you want to round up the achievements. For me at least I got my monies worth, I agree things could have been done to make it better, but what is here is still quite entertaining for the duration its contents can provide.

There’s not much to say gameplay-wise, if you’ve played a good quality twin-stick shooter before you’ve played this game. If you haven’t then the genre is marked by constant action, using one stick to move and the other to shoot in a 360-degree radius at any time like a turret on legs (or alternatively the keyboard and mouse works too). Persistent upgrades you get through gaining points liven things up as do unlockable weapons, they mostly just make you more powerful but it’s still a fun little side-item to inject a bit of activity into the usual twin-stick formula.

Graphics are decent, outdated but the game is several years old having come out before Space Marine despite just now coming to Steam. Still they work and more importantly the colorful WH40k aesthetic is carefully rendered so even without eye-popping visuals it’s nice to look at. There are only the basest strings of a story here, usual fluff stuff; an Ork Kroozer is inbound on a Forge World and you have to stop them by shooting a billion enemies and occasionally blowing up some machinery, nothing complicated and it only serves to shuffle you from objective to objective.

So yeah, WH40k: Kill Team isn’t the best game ever, and the lack of Online Co-op is a negative. But what’s presented here should still keep any WH40k fan distracted for a couple evenings. And given the meager selling price for what you get I think all the reviews ripping it apart seem really entitled, like how dare they don’t provide a triple-A gaming experience for ten bucks!

Oh well. Anyhow I say go ahead and get the game if you just want a fun little time waster set in the 40k universe.
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
7.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 16 de junho
At first glance it looks like the usual garbage that usually come out related to Warhammer 40K as of late (Dawn of War series excluded), however it is much more than that. The graphical design holds up well on low end systems and runs rather smoothly. The port itself onto PC is rather good aswell, however it does take a few deaths until the game decides to get you a tip on how to use a grenade right.

Levels can be repetitive but the 4 classes you can play as does give it a bit of life. But overall I believe the design of the game to be very good and presents a good challenge to the player. . . but not inn the sense you would expect.

Here is the big problem with this game: the camera. I don't know who programmed the camera in this game but whoever it is should take a refresher course. Level after level, I would reach the next section only to be attacked from the left side by a wave of Orks I didn't see due to the camera doing "look the fancy scenery" thingy. Getting the camera into a good position is a bit like a hungry child, wearing oven gloves, trying to get beetroot out of a jar.

While this game is basically a close up version of Dawn of War 2, I hesitate to say that as it just doesn't hold up in comparison, it just feels too much like a cash in on the license. I do recommend this game but with great caution as the camera makes the game much harder and frustrating than what it should be.
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
3.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 25 de setembro
Despite being a huge Warhammer fan, I have to strongly advise you to not buy this game.

- The Game is 5 Missions long, which I finished in 2 hours. So beware of that.
- Out of 4 Classes, 2 are virtually useless because being a melee class just ends up getting you killed extremely fast.
- Minor bothers like asset re-using from other Dawn of War games.

However, basically this would be a competent and fun twin-stick shooter but two things kill this game entirely. Glitches and the worst camera of gaming. Seriously, the camera is pure sin. I had to restart so many times because the camera decided it doesn't want to follow me anymore, and even when it works it tends to be in really bad spots.

And the most notable glitch I experienced was with moving platforms, aka elevators. I don't know what was wrong but my Marine and enemies would glitch through or get bounced off from it, falling to my death.

I had to start the third Mission like 14 times because I died in the cutscene to the elevator. I died in the cutscene. Don't buy this broken piece of Warhammer blasphemy. Go buy Space Marine instead.
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
4.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 28 de julho
The game is not bad .. still its nice kill hordes of Orcs .. but I see 3 problems with this game: 1. sometimes camera is not workin like should and U have to restart game from last checkpoint; 2. sometimes U fight much more with camera than with orcs; 3. there is no option to play co-op with friends. but still its a game in W40k word so it is more for fanatics than for normal players
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
4.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 9 de agosto
This game plays a lot like an arcade sidescroller only a little more free in movement. You'll go from stage to stage completing objectives and killing enemies. The power-ups are fun to use and are spaced out to not make it too hard or too easy. The four classes are a little varied between melee or ranged focus. There is no online co-op, but there is a local co-op. Since this is a console port, you will need a controller for the second player. Keyboard controls are acceptable for solo, my only complaint being that sometimes you need to go diagonal or similar directions to not fall off a platform and keyboard controls aren't perfect for those range of movements.
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3 de 4 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
1.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 20 de junho
Sooo much fun - have to play it in co-op to get the full benefit of it though.
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3 de 4 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
9.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 2 de julho
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4 de 6 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
2.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 30 de junho
There is much difficulty in reviewing a lot of Warhammer40K games because while most of them are functional, polished as a product, and arguably loyal to the tabletop lore (let's not get into Codex wars though, I'm a filthy Chaos Marine) they somehow lack an extra spark of fun that would distinguish them among the mediocrity.

Don't get me wrong, I love Warhammer40K. The only reason I joined Steam, originally, was to play the Dawn of War series. I would be the first person to sing my praise to high heavens for an Orks (and Nids) Must Die! set in Warhammer40K universe.

As a software, it functions: it runs smoothly on my 4 year old potato, there is no glaring glitch or bug, and while some may complain about the obvious port it does not assign R2 button to your melee command so there's that.

The problem, again, is that infuriating question of fun and lack thereof. Considering this is not a lore-centric title with the sole purpose of slaying Orks, it fails to deliver anything but disappointment--I mean, I had absolutely no expectations and I was still let down. Camera seems to exist only to fuel your wrath, power-ups and perks are as stock as they can be (because of how bland they are, the super-serious announcement voice for power-ups is all the more cringe-inducing), and the sound effects seem to nag you with existential, self-doubting question: why the hell are you playing this game where guns don't even sound like guns?

The whole project, from the announcement voice to uninspired gameplay to its mini-game length, has something of a business-like air to it, like the game was not something the developers wanted to make but a soul-sapping obligation on their contract to churn out an action-oriented Warhammer40K game. As a fan of the series, its universe, factions and Emperor-knows-what-else, nothing is more disheartening than this.

Co-op will not change the lack of entertainment or soul in this game, so don't drag your friend or family into this. If you want a good co-op Ork-slaying experience, play Orcs Must Die 2.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
0.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 31 de maio
No online co-op. Not too much replay-ability. Both control inputs control first player. Overall, rough. Not worth it.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
14.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 25 de junho
Most fun was in two-player mode...wish there was more content and options.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
4.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 20 de junho
IF you're a warhammer 40k fan, I definatly recommend this title! Works with two players on one computer
or laptop however you'll need a controller for player 2.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
5.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de junho
Not a bad game. Can be frustrating at times, but does give you a good feel of "OMG! THERE ARE BADGUYS EVERYWHERE MUST KILL THEM ALLLLL!!! FOR THE EMPEROR!"
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