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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Release Date: May 22, 2014

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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.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • 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
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Rose
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
I was quite excited for this game, but must admit I am disappointed. From odd green pixels that cover large portions of the screen during cut scenes and the intros, to the camera staying in odd positions that can make you get lost and trapped even in early levels, this game has been one major disappointment.

I love the Warhammer 40K universe, and I feel this game has let me down.
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Two Clicks
( 10.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
THE DOWNLOW:
In the future there is only war... as the WH:40K mantra goes. And so comes WH40K: Kill Team, a simple story-driven twin-stick shooter set in the Warhammer 40K Universe. It possesses some good gun-toting action, character customization providing different skills and weapons. Thus allowing for different playthrough styles.

THE GOOD:
+ Its set in the Warhammer 40K universe. Great if you're a fan.
+ Good graphics. Very pleasing on the eye for a twin-stick shooter.
+ Good varied and well rendered environments for a port. Gives it a good feeling of immersion.
+ Warrior customization. Good number of WH40K space marine types. Together with good range of weapons provides some variation in playing style.
+ You get to kill Orks with some solid gun-toting gameplay.

THE BAD:
- Its an iOS port.
- Short campaign of 5 missions taking about 10 hours to get (all) achievements.
- Mission length is also pretty short.
- No manual save. Just annoying save checkpoints.
- Fixed camera makes controlling your warrior terrible in some fights.
- Bugged camera sometimes giving weird angles. Only resolved on restarting a mission.
- Requires an xbox controller or emulator for one achievement (local coop).
- Very little longevity. Achievements force at least two playthroughs.

AND THE ORDINARY:
* RPG-lite perk assignment as you level. Gives the choice of up two perks that grow in power.
* Various time-limited power-ups allows for additional tactical actions.
* Fiddly controls.
* Swarm A.I. but at least it presents a decent challenge.
* Some replayability by selecting different characters.
* Only local coop available. Need controller.

VERDICT:
Overall WH40K: Kill Team is an average twin-stick experience unless you are a fan of Warhammer 40K, at least in single-player. It probably plays slightly better with a friend. On the whole gameplay is quite fun though it has some frustrating moments, most notably with bad camera angles. There are better games of its type out there.

I can really only recommend if you are fan of the Warhammer franchise, like short games, easy achievements or are heavily into twin-stick shooters. Its too short to buy at full price. If you dont mind waiting for this, get it only at extreme discount.
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Syndicate Orange
( 14.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
Badass; similar to space marine's exterminus mode (for a much smaller price tag), and a good alternative considering very few people play space marine online. Some people claim that the camera is horrible. These are people I claim have never played Resident Evil. Or else Mario 64... I had absolutly no problems with the camera view; you just have to understand that if you move one step forward and camera changes to zoom in just move one step back for it to zoom out again.

The melee classes seemed a bit underpowered at first compared to the ranged; but once you get powerups to equip they become quite powerful. Keyboard and mouse work out quite well, controller is fine to use too. There is a small circle for aiming instead of a crosshair. There isn't too much replayability factor; You are allowed to complete each of the 6 or so mission levels with all 4 classes and it records your time completion for each. Besides that there are a few survival maps that time how long you can survive increasing swarms of enemies and it compares your score to a global ranking for each map.

This is not an amazing game; but it does hold its own. It has a good price tag. Four enjoyable classes; with their own special attack.

I have yet to be furtunate to play the local co-op; though I have completed this game on solo quite easily enough. Yes there may have been some difficulty at times.Fortunatly when you die it is a quick respawn generally not much of a kick back to reshoot. i had a blast playing through this game. Once you get some good equipable enhancements such as + to melee damage % or enhancement for longer powerup duration the melee classes become quite poweful.

Expect about 12 hours to complete the whole game. This is a nice short game to load into very fast and play for about 20-30 minutes for the first few mission levels; litle longer for the later missions. Or about 5 or so minutes for the Survival maps before you get overwhelmed.
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Anterk
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 27
Good:
+Character and level design are faithful to the brand

Bad:
-Camera
-Length of levels
-Sound
-Port

-Port: There are obvious glitches, such as the painfully obvious green square-thing that happens before the game even starts, that show a fundamental lack of care.

-Sound: the weapons and warcries are mostly uninteresting or so repetitive as to be annoying. The music is monotonous space-opera-y without flair. One boss in particular is featured in several unskippable cutscenes where all he does is cackle and yell in the most annoying way possible.

-Length of levels: Dull sequences designed for two players are drawn out without offering an easy way to just quit and come back later. There are checkpoints, but they force you to watch unskippable cutscenes if you die.

-Camera: You have no control over it. This isn't always a bad thing, but the developers seem to enjoy cinematic positions that will ruin your ability to see anything. Or, the camera just keeps getting stuck really easily. Either way it sucks.

+Characters and level design are faithful to the brand: it's 40k so duh.


Buy if you want a really stupid game with W40k slapped all over it.
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M4RK
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 24
I wanted to like this... the game format is pretty typical Warhammer 40K action-- take a good formula, slap the epic Warhammer theme all over it and cash in. I was pretty excited to get this on sale.

Immediately opening it, maybe it's just my machine, but the video was full of artifacts. There was clearly very little effort in porting this to PC from Xbox 360/PS3. Instructions are primarily for Xbox controller. I rolled my eyes a bit... I got this on sale, so not too offended.

Character selection screen: awesome. Level design: cool! Colorful, Warhammer-style conflict. This kind of game could've hooked me on for a really long time... in fact, I was hoping it would. Instead, weird-♥♥♥ camera angles make the game just about unplayable. Had to die a couple times just to get the camera in a sane location. The final nail in the coffin-- Crashes prevented me from beating the first stage.

Too bad. I was really excited.
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Bait
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 23
The positive reviews for this game come from players which WANT to enjoy the game so much they're willing to look past the buggy, flat gameplay.

I purchased this game for some light co-op LAN timekilling without checking reviews. The game crashed 4 times before we gave up. First crash was after the opening splash screens. The second on character select, and finally twice on starting to play.

I manage to get it working today. (Didn't change anything, just launched the game again in Single Player mode.) I played for 14 minutes before uninstalling.

The gunplay and melee combat is boring (1 attack animation per weapon/character) and the hit registration was poor. I also encountered an issue with the camera zooming outside the game map resulting in a close up of a wall. The rest of the game mechanics are equally bad, but I didn't really plan on writing a rant. Just a warning.

Please don't support Games Workshop peddling this garbage.
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Tofu Slayer
( 9.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 19
Fun arcade game, but needs alot more content to be great
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asifbadkarma
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 11
Very poor console port, barely playable. Only good thing about is that its cheap.
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Moose
( 4.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 31
Get this if:

-You liked Dawn of war / 40k setting

-Like playing co op with a friend and shooting everything

- Enjoy top down shooters

Do get it if:

-You want to change camera angle

-Do not like that it is an obvious console port

-you want a game that lasts longer than a couple hours.


The game is short and simple. Play with a friend for a few hours fun.
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arkanis50
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 28
Guessing this was a bad mobile port? Graphics were subpar, the gameplay boring, and the 3rd person camera angles were often so attrocious that you couldn't even see where your character was going on the screen. It was so bad that I uninstalled it after about 20 minutes. Avoid at all costs.
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bl00dzy
( 3.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 27
FOR THE EMPERAH
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malpiszon7
( 3.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 27
This is an arcade twin stick shooter basically, although I couldn't play it with my joypad (not an Xbox gamepad). You can as well play it with keyboard and mouse.

You pick one of four space marine specialities - melee, ranged, librarian and techmarine. There are only two differences between those classes - special attack and one weapon that you can change when unlocked.

The plot is pointless, basically a one man killing machine destroys an orc space ship and kills thousands of orcs and tyrranids. I've finished it with a Techmarine in under three hours.

Pros:
- Warhammer 40k aesthetics
- you can play it in co-op
- you can unlock bonuses and additional weapons

Cons:
- camerawork
- some levels are absurd in design - e.g. you are in a central hub and need to go back and forth to every one of four nodes
- it gets monotonous really fast
- weapons feel as if they were not that powerful - it takes about 3-4 shots from bolter gun to kill a standard orc. Or maybe those enemies are that tough?
- you can have only one powerup at a time
- powerups last too short
- classes are not well balanced - I think that ranged class is the most powerful because you can deal heavy damage from distance while avoiding taking hits when engaging in melee
- special skills are dull - techmarine creates an automated shooting tower, melee class is charging on enemies ending the charge with explosion, ranged class has speed up to rate of fire (most useful imo) and librarian is creating a sucking vortex around himself that explodes after about 2 seconds

Overall I feel that this may have been a good game but it lacks polish. Levels are too long, shooting orcs and tyrannids gets boring after about an hour. Maybe it is more fun in co-op, but I haven't played it this way. You can play it for a dollar or two, but I would not invest more money into this title. Space Marine game is a better shooter/slasher set in the Warhammer 40k world.

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TEKnowledgy
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: March 23
Honestly i enjoyed this game im a solo player im sure co-op is fun.
I hit some terrible camera bugs at times but so far been only thing really upset me about it.
The game kinda tough by ya self but least there is check points if you die.
I'd recommend it on sale.
Read other reviews before you buy cause I'm weird I like games that everyone hates and hate games everyone loves well not always but this time for sure.
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Cegorach
( 1.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 13
This game is fun, for the 10 minutes that I can play it. Then it crashes.

Yes I am salty. Those 10 minutes of co-op were awesome. Crashed out 5 times in 1 hour. So have to give a negative review I'm afraid.

I suggest you wait for a sale, buy it, and set a 90 min timer. If you crash out or have any issues refund before the 2 hour limit.

Gutted to be honest. Could have been a fun gaming experience ended up a ball ache.
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Bonedust
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 12
When they say 3D shooter then I was thinking games like Half-life or Mordern Warfare and not something where your camera is on a fixed possition.
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Technatron
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 11
I would love to play this game, but it crashs on the first level. It makes me sad to see all this good work go to waste.
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The Late Gatsby
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: March 5
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is an isometric shoot 'em up in classic arcade style. As the name implies, it's set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. You (and a friend) play as a Space Marine, one of the indominitable and terrifying super-human warriors of the Imperium of Man. You attack a large crude space-faring vessel full of Orks in a bid to destroy it from the inside out before it can make it to human-occupied space.

I played this game a few years back on X-Box 360 with my brother, so I'm familiar with the controls. Additionally, this is definitely much more fun when you play Two-Player. There is no PvP mode.

In the grim darkness of the future, there is only war -so the game's vocal stabs are just instructions and GRIMDARK reminders that you're a Space Marine. No comedy to be had here, unlike Smash TV one of this game's inspirations. My brother and I entertained ourselves by referencing humorous game fluff and mocking the Ork's accents. I swear, I kept hearing them going after "SPICE MARINES!" so I had to call the Marines "Brother Scary Spice" and "Brother Vengeful Spice".

The warriors have enough variety that you can get replay value from switching up your characters. I stuck mostly with "Sternguard Veteran", which is the heavy weapons guy -strong ranged attacks, weak melee. His special attack is easiest to understand -just more dakka, you don't have to steer him, or herd your enemies into a killbox.

I recommend this game -it's a fun game for the price, and if you are a fan of the Warhammer 40,000, you should have already played it. Upon further reflection, if you're a fan... as Commissar, I order you to play this game!
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Grimlock257
( 11.1 hrs on record )
Posted: February 25
I found this to be a fun game to play, it has a relatively short campaign and the devastator is quite overpowered, I feel the weapon could perhaps be less powerful or some of the orks to have more health as some of the big 'mini-boss' characters only take about an extra couple of seconds to kill.

It does have a buggy camera that gets stuck in places and doesn't always follow the player leaving you viewing the room you just left (I found you can get the camera to finally follow you by moving as close as possible to the camera), it also crashes from time to time, I found enabling vsync increased the amount of time I could play before crashing (after enabling vsync I managed to play for about 4 hours before a crash, and has only crashed once since - also seen disabling Steam overlay fixes this).

Overall I would definitely recommend this game to warhammer fans or indeed any one new to warhammer or just anyone (although if new don't judge warhammer on this game due to the buggy nature of it). It's maybe not worth the £6.99, so pick it up on sale (I got it for £1.74).
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Adrian
( 5.0 hrs on record )
Posted: February 20
This is definitely no high budget game, and I still cant recomment it... 4/10, but its not a complete failure. You can still have a few hours of fun with it.
First, the intro video is with big green blocks, you can barely see anything, big graphics artifacts. The game itself is fine, but does not look good. There are 4 or 5 major missions, the savepoints are too far away, and when you die, you need to watch smaller ingame scenes again without a way to cancel them... gets tedious... and in one mission I had a camera bug where you have to restart the mission... and it seems to be a common problem...
Still, some nice orc smashing, and there is a mini RPG system in place where you unlock slighly better weapons or skills for your earned points (automatic). Buy only on a discount for few hours of fast fun.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 2
THE DOWNLOW:
In the future there is only war... as the WH:40K mantra goes. And so comes WH40K: Kill Team, a simple story-driven twin-stick shooter set in the Warhammer 40K Universe. It possesses some good gun-toting action, character customization providing different skills and weapons. Thus allowing for different playthrough styles.

THE GOOD:
+ Its set in the Warhammer 40K universe. Great if you're a fan.
+ Good graphics. Very pleasing on the eye for a twin-stick shooter.
+ Good varied and well rendered environments for a port. Gives it a good feeling of immersion.
+ Warrior customization. Good number of WH40K space marine types. Together with good range of weapons provides some variation in playing style.
+ You get to kill Orks with some solid gun-toting gameplay.

THE BAD:
- Its an iOS port.
- Short campaign of 5 missions taking about 10 hours to get (all) achievements.
- Mission length is also pretty short.
- No manual save. Just annoying save checkpoints.
- Fixed camera makes controlling your warrior terrible in some fights.
- Bugged camera sometimes giving weird angles. Only resolved on restarting a mission.
- Requires an xbox controller or emulator for one achievement (local coop).
- Very little longevity. Achievements force at least two playthroughs.

AND THE ORDINARY:
* RPG-lite perk assignment as you level. Gives the choice of up two perks that grow in power.
* Various time-limited power-ups allows for additional tactical actions.
* Fiddly controls.
* Swarm A.I. but at least it presents a decent challenge.
* Some replayability by selecting different characters.
* Only local coop available. Need controller.

VERDICT:
Overall WH40K: Kill Team is an average twin-stick experience unless you are a fan of Warhammer 40K, at least in single-player. It probably plays slightly better with a friend. On the whole gameplay is quite fun though it has some frustrating moments, most notably with bad camera angles. There are better games of its type out there.

I can really only recommend if you are fan of the Warhammer franchise, like short games, easy achievements or are heavily into twin-stick shooters. Its too short to buy at full price. If you dont mind waiting for this, get it only at extreme discount.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 90 days
4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 5
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is an isometric shoot 'em up in classic arcade style. As the name implies, it's set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. You (and a friend) play as a Space Marine, one of the indominitable and terrifying super-human warriors of the Imperium of Man. You attack a large crude space-faring vessel full of Orks in a bid to destroy it from the inside out before it can make it to human-occupied space.

I played this game a few years back on X-Box 360 with my brother, so I'm familiar with the controls. Additionally, this is definitely much more fun when you play Two-Player. There is no PvP mode.

In the grim darkness of the future, there is only war -so the game's vocal stabs are just instructions and GRIMDARK reminders that you're a Space Marine. No comedy to be had here, unlike Smash TV one of this game's inspirations. My brother and I entertained ourselves by referencing humorous game fluff and mocking the Ork's accents. I swear, I kept hearing them going after "SPICE MARINES!" so I had to call the Marines "Brother Scary Spice" and "Brother Vengeful Spice".

The warriors have enough variety that you can get replay value from switching up your characters. I stuck mostly with "Sternguard Veteran", which is the heavy weapons guy -strong ranged attacks, weak melee. His special attack is easiest to understand -just more dakka, you don't have to steer him, or herd your enemies into a killbox.

I recommend this game -it's a fun game for the price, and if you are a fan of the Warhammer 40,000, you should have already played it. Upon further reflection, if you're a fan... as Commissar, I order you to play this game!
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18 of 28 people (64%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 3
Do not try. I did. I thought: "It can't be that bad as they say". But it really is.

Pros:
- it is a W40K art
- TPP shooter for 2 players on on PC with power-ups and general 'just shot everything" feel is a very good idea (...but the execution is awful)

Cons:
- on 1280x1024 resolution it supports only 1024x768 or 1280x720, and trust me - you do not want to play mouse-aimed shooter in a window.
- you can't control camera. I can understand that in "2 players on one PC" mode, but you can't do it even if you play it in a 1 player mode.
- camera bugs - it stays out of map and do not follow or turns around and gets stuck in wicked angle. And it is not just occasionally - it is all the time, every 20 seconds you encounter a camera bug. And you can't do anything about it.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 26
A top down, move with WASD aim and shoot with the mouse game.
As long as you grab it on a decent sale its worth breaking up the bigger games for an evening or two.
Game plays not to hard as long as you use common sense and I didn't see any of the glitches mentioned in other reviews [my guess, they fixed them].
You get a choose of a few classes to play through the same story either solo or co-op earning perks and weapons to customize your play through. Simple bit of fun, even if like me your not really a Warhammer fan.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 16
I played this game a while ago.
Honestly, I loved it. I experienced no gliches or bugs of any kind.
Levels were hard and challenging, but were fun to play.

Story was cool: There's an Ork ship heading towards an Imperial Forge World. You, as a Space Marine, force yourself into the ship, and must travel along the ship to find and kill the Warboss, and to destroy the ship before it hits the planet.
But on you're way, you encounter Tyranids, that the Orks have used to fight and entertain themselves with while they were travelling to a bigger fight.

I recommend getting this game. I love it, sure there are "better" 40k games out there, but honestly, this game is quite cool.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
11.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2015
This game is a Warhammer 40k skin on a passable run and gun shooter, so for any Warhammer 40k fan I would recommend this game, if only for completeness and complaining about the camera on level 2.

The camera on level 2 though, is bugged so badly, that I don't even know how it got through alpha testing. That bug alone probably accounts for 75% the "No" recommendations for this game (and there's a lesson here folks).
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 23
This game needs less brain activity than Sex and the City, and needs almost the exact ammount of time to give you some fun, as Sex and the City, just without "and the city"
Nice jump in jump out game for the 10 min breaks.
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 7, 2015
You are in a boss fight from the moment you start this game. That boss is the camera. Quite possibly the toughest boss in gaming history.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 26, 2015
This is almost tolerable until you become aware that you can't move the camera. It's not locked, the game itself moves it whenever it wants, it's just YOU can't move the camera.

This game doesn't even seem to have passed a testing phase. It would be more accurate to say that they tied together a bunch of recycled objects and textures from other Warhammer 40k games, added a few mechanics and put it on the store.

Last but not least, in total disregard of the most basic notions of physics if you slip off the edge of a precipice inside a spaceship suspeded in space... you fall down.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2015
For local co-op (aka couch coop) it's just frikkin awesome. Sure it's unpolished and rough, but it's extremely satisfying, epic and action packed in a true W40K flavour. It can be really difficult in a few moments so it's not for the easily frustrated (camera, wut are u doin, camera, plis, stahp). Nevertheless minor glitches do not hurt awesome coop a.s.s-kicking experience. I had a blast with it and I'm planning to play it again with different marines this time.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 9, 2015
Wow. It's been a while since I saw such a poor game. Even the independants are better than this ♥♥♥♥ poor port of an Xbox game. Poor graphics, no LAN or Wan co-op, etc. Don't waste any $ on this schlock.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 8, 2015
simple but addictive gameplay will keep you coming back for just onr more go.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2015
Badly balanced for single use and any use on PC. Don't lose your money on this game.
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763 of 896 people (85%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 22, 2014
I love my Warhammer 40k games.
But this? No.
Bad port all the way. And it doesn't even support widescreen.
Co-op is broken in all senses. Can't even plug in a second controller.
They both move the first character. Even if one is using a keyboard.

It even tells me what button to press.. On an Xbox pad, when I'm using a keyboard, and mouse.
Really-really, isn't worth it.
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365 of 452 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 22, 2014
Gauntlet meets Warhammer 40k. As long as you go into this game expecting not much all of your expectations will be met. The forced camera angles will give you a headache; the poor transitioning from console to PC will grind your gears; and the story is laughably... well the story is more of a narration, which is to say a disembodied voice will tell you to go "here", or go "there", and destroy "thing". $9.99 is a bit much of an asking price imo. This is more suited for $4.99, and below, venues.
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212 of 250 people (85%) found this review helpful
272 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2014
It's a really nice game if you like Warhammer and dual shoot game.

I guess the game can be a lot more fun with a friend....but I have no friend....that's why I play video-game :'(
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102 of 116 people (88%) found this review helpful
51 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 4, 2015
Dont' spend more then $5, this is a one night stand of a videogame.

It's fun damnit, there are a few instances of bad camera angles, but nothing compared to my early experiences with resident evil years ago, I swear people forget what REAL bad camera angels look like. If that game started on steam Resident Evil two would have never been released.

To enjoy this game tou will need:

1. A freind or family member (they don't need to know anything about Warhammer, I used my wife:)

2. To calm the ♥♥♥♥ down! The game can get intense but it's a good intense. It can be enjoyed with some laughter and an acceptance that achivements* (such a B.S.. creation), and max score mean nothing. There are 10 year olds in Japan right now that trippled whatever you'll get anyways.

3. Alchohol, you can even make it a drinking game for whenever you hear "Brother!" or "WAAAAGGGGHHH!!!"

4. An appreciation for arcade classics. This is a shootem' up game, that's it. Boom boom, bang mutha flippin bang! It's back story is a 20 second cut sceen, but that's all it needs for what it is."

8/10 My wife actually loved it and wished it was longer.



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279 of 371 people (75%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 22, 2014
These are my first impressions of the game. I have a video for it for those who perfer watching instead of reading:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxR2iKxoUDQ&feature=youtu.be
Pros:
You can pick your chapter marines (select few).
4 classes with customizable weapons and perks.
Powerups and grenade.
Survival mode.
Fully voiced codex entries.
Unlockable collectibles.
Local Co-op (2 player).
Drop in Co-op.

Cons:
Repetitive, no variety, there are no weapon pickups in a level.
Performs badly (60fps is easy but tanks with v-sync off between 70 to 220fps).
Can't access graphics options in the middle of a game.
Low resolution textures (although there is nice detail in the environments).
No easy Drop Out co-op.
No online multiplayer.
Camera is bad, it can bug out and get stuck or be at bad angle transitions causing enemies to hit you from off-screen.
No steam trading cards (minor but I feel I should mention it).
Little warhammer implementation, seems like another game with a warhammer skin slapped on it at the last minute.
Heavily re-used assets within the game and many assets used from other warhammer games under the THQ name (this game was originally on console under THQ in 2011)

I will continue playing and my perspective of the game might change a bit but with the gameplay being so boring it won't make much of an impact. Until then buy Renegade Ops or Halo: Spartan Assault instead. Wait for a sale if you REALLY like warhammer and twin stick shooters.

This game is a disgrace to the emperor!
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Not Recommended
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 22, 2014
Added May 23 of 2014 (하단에 한국어로도 적어뒀습니다.)

I have to modify my recomand. Kill Team still has problems but serious problems seem fixed after update.
(Likes cam angle bug, bad mouse sensitive, etc.)
I'm glad watch Nomad Games has intention to modify and I hope they fix co-op problem too.
Update makes me feeling better, meanwhile, it means Nomad Games sold beta version of product to full price when I think about it. It's another nasty things.
So I still recomand you wait buying and watch the development of 40k: Kill Team.

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When I saw Kill Team on steam, I'm really happy. I'm big fan of Warhammer 40k, I have 5000pts(Maybe 6k) Imperial Guard army, playing warhammer fantasy too, have lot of Warhammer game(most of them... you know, shity game), Novels... Trailer seems 'not bad 40k game', I was really happy, and buy 3 Kill Team for gift. Hah, damn you Archrite. You poolish ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥.

As both Warhammer fan and PC gamer, I can tell you it's not bad game for Xbox but PC... you know.
40k : Kill Team is kinds of big ♥♥♥♥ like Storm of Vengence. Well... strictly say... better than SoV....
Local Co-op? Bull ♥♥♥♥! It doesn't support co-op! It dosen't work! It doesn't! To start Co-op, you need press start button of 2p but in game you can only control 1p. Game option doesn't suport 2p key! Ofcourse, no invite friend option too! You can't invite your friend, both online and offline.

Bad optimization is another problem. In game, we control shooting angle by mouse, but can't modify mouse sensitive. Doesn't support wide screen, screen easily change wide to full to wide to full to wide by vaccine or whatever, and steam option cover game screen when press splint button. Game hint doesn't change. For example, It told me 'press LR to use Special Move'. What??? What is LR?? What am I supposed to do??? Bad cam angle is problem too.

It's not game for PC gamer, I recommand Do Not Buy, if if if yoooou really want play, buy Xbox version.


<Korean Version>

로컬 코옵이라는건 작동하지도 않고, 마우스 감도 병신같지, 옵션 그지같고, 최적화 전혀 안했고, 시프트 키 누를때마다 스팀창 뜨지, 뭐 하려고만하면 창모드 전환되지, 카메라 앵글도 존나 등신 같고 버그도 개같고 난이도 변경 안되지, 게임 디자인도 불평하고 싶은게 많음. 그렇다고 게임이 재밌는것도 아니고... 정하고 싶으면 엑박 버전으로 사요. 그건 코옵 되니까.

병신게임. 아오♥♥♥♥♥♥. 내 것도 사고 스팀친구 두 명한테 선물했는데 진짜 내가 또 낚여서 이 지랄을 하다니.

<5월 24일 추가>

오늘 보니 패치가 되었는지, 많은 문제가 해결되었습니다.
노마드 게임즈가 이런 문제를 해결하려는 점은 매우 기쁘게 생각하지만,
한편으로는 베타버전 게임을 일반가에 팔았다는 생각에 불쾌감도 드네요.

아마 패치를 통해 지속적으로 문제를 해결하고, 코옵도 추가해 넣을 것으로 보입니다.
그래도 혹시 모르니 킬팀을 살 생각이 있으신 분은 문제가 해결될때까지 지켜보라고 말씀드리고 싶네요.
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Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 8, 2015
In general I'm too lazy to write reviews ... but this game ... this game is a disgrace to the WH40K universe ... It is just bad in every imaginable aspects. Graphics are ugly, the special ability feels like a glitch, and the upgrade system is really pesky. But first of all: the designer, who came up with the idea of this camera movement, must be sacrificed for the emperor ...
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