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 do 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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65 de 76 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
5 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
12.9 hrs em registo
Publicada: 13 Janeiro
This warhammer game reuses assets from the space marine game, not a bad thing. You feel less like a kill team and more like a patient at a doctors office, everything is a waiting game. Everytime you enter a section the game stops and spends 10-15 seconds showing you the area there is no way to skip this. Everytime you die at some parts and restart your faced with another wait period while it explains the same thing again. Even starting new game has a waiting period of 10 secs for no reason. This game is more like heresy that will drive any player to the point of chaos as the ruinous powers of the warp tear their mind apart at how tedious and boring this game is. Could have been a great arcadey shooter if it didnt stop the play ever minute or every area for some panoramic camera showoff of the area. Not a horrible game but not great since it breaks up the action, make sure to only buy it on sale.

Rating: 5/10 Value: $4.99
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14 de 16 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
9 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
1.0 hrs em registo
Publicada: 5 Janeiro
I bought this game first and fore most because this was literally the only game I could find on steam that two people could play simultaneously on the same screen.

This game is plain and simple in it's purpose with its top down 3D approach. The game encompasses your player moving through the map at a steady pace. There is no sprint or dodge, but movement is highly recommended at all times here. What makes it fun is having a buddy to play with, as I couldn't really get into it playing myself. Would I recommend this game? Only on the pretense you're playing co-op. The game is fun, there are characters with their own respective power ups that you can choose from. On top of being able to use your shooting ability, a melee attack is supplemental to what your character has. There is also a power up that your character is able to use given a cool-down or given you pick up a power up laying around the level. Over the course of the game, you unlock different (constant) abilities in which you can decide which one to give your character. For the most part of the game, you will be using one joystick while aiming and firing with another.

The graphics are decent, they neither go below or above, simply satisfactory. The sounds in game for the guns are sort of meek, and don't provide any exceptional experience for your cochlea.

This game has as much playability if you like the Warhammer series.

It's an average game in my eyes : 7/10

****Edit : how is this review funny?
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22 de 31 pessoas (71%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
2.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 4 Janeiro
This is a game for the fans of the 40k universe. If you are new to this world play Dawn of War or Space Marine instead. Those games are much more polished and balanced. If you are going to play this game then play it with a friend if you can. Not only is it poorly balanced for single player but the classes themselves are largely co-dependent. The camera is very poorly programed and if you are unlucky you can die durring cut scenes. To be sure there is plenty of xeno killing action to be had, but overall the game gives a clear feeling of being rushed and poorly constructed purely to make money off of people who are already fans of the franchise.
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6 de 6 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
0.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 23 Junho
As a huge Warhammer fan, I enjoy almost any game in the franchise, as long as it's playable.

This game is not playable. On the 2nd stage the camera got locked behind the terrain and wouldn't move, so that I was looking at a very tiny character from behind multiple layers of terrain, making the game simply unplayable.

Some very basic bugtesting would have been...adequate. Sadly, it was not possible to explore the rest of the game, nor desirable to; the stilted camera panning and forced waiting to show you where to go (in what is basically a linear corridor shooter) was completely unneeded and interrupts any sense of fun. The fact that this is a console game is evident as soon as you realize you can't even use the mouse for menu options, and the lack of overall quality further reflects that whatever this game was supposed to be was held back by being a console game first and foremost. Very disappointing.

0/10 not playable, not worth a purchase for ANY discount.
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4 de 5 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
4.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 31 Março
This is a long review, so if you want a brief summary of why I recommend Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team skip to Results and read from there.

Nomad Games pushes out a great addition to the Warhammer 40,000 sage with this rendition of a typical Space Marine mission. Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is a top down shooter that offers 4-player co-op adventure that’s entertaining to the end.

Your mission begins as you encounter an orc ship on route to invade a sector of the imperium. You are sent on a mission of the upmost importance to disable the invasion ship and figure out the orc plans. As your mission progresses you realize this is an impossible mission and completion requires the top fighters. Luckily you’re a member of the Blood Angles one of the elite fighting forces of the Emperors Space Marines chapters. It is up to you and your team to defeat the Warboss and protect the galaxy.

The campaign consists of five-levels, which vary in length based on your play style. Each level took me around 30-minutes, with the campaign lasting about 3-4 hours depending on how many times you die. One of the pit falls is that when you die you typically either get warped back a considerable distance or you have to watch a cinematic again. I didn’t find myself dying too much, so it wasn’t too bad but it could get annoying if you happened to die quite a few times. Overall the campaign is typically a run with a varying missions in-between; either surviving waves of enemies in a confined space, running on exploding platforms, planting explosives, fighting epic boss battles, and more.

Overall there are a good variety of enemies which keep the game interesting and offering a nice variety. There are four separate classes two melee and two ranged specialists. The classes form a bell curve of extreme range power to extreme melee power. The weapons and ability power-ups are unlocked randomly throughout the campaign and to achieve the best benefits typically involves switching characters between each map. Each class has a special ability that offers even more diversity between each class. The campaign is a top down shooter where hordes of enemies charge at you and you must fight them off either by slashing them apart, blasting them to shreds, or exploding with bombs.

>The metla gun is ridiculously over-powered.
>The melee classes are at a huge disadvantage as every mission requires you to use a ranged weapon at some point where power is very important.
>The special abilities are powerful try not to forget about them, there is no point in saving them as you regenerate ability points after killing only a few enemies.

All and all Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is a great game. Some of the gameplay elements could use adjusting, but it’s nothing that ruins the game. I personally played the game alone and I had a great time and could only imagine it being better with some friends. The gameplay is relatively straightforward and the difficulty curve is well laid out offering a fun campaign at a good length. I would highly recommend this game if you can get it for a good price (I got it for $1.99 and felt that was just the right price).

+Four classes with relatively high diversity making them interesting.
+Buffs and weapons unlocked randomly which cause you to switch classes to take advantage of them.
+Five levels with varying missions, strategies, and battles which offer great dynamics.
+Four player co-operative experience (if you have the friends).
+In mission weapon/buff switch to mix things up if you need to.

-Relatively expensive for such a short game, $9.99 is rather high for a 3-hour campaign.
-The checkpoints are few and far between and when you die they cause you to watch cinematics without being able to skip them.
-The camera angles can be a pain every now and then causing you to not see what you’re looking for.
-The melee classes were not designed to solo some of the missions very well.
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