Total War: WARHAMMER
I’ve played total war games since Rome and I have to say that yes, it’s BS that you have to pay another 60 bucks (easy) to get the “full experience” and even MORE SO to pay 4 flippin dollars for BLOOD EFFECTS in a TOTAL WAR game; yet with that being said, this is probably the most epic, amazing, awesome game that I have in my library thus far- can’t tell you how many times I banged my head against inanimate objects before taking a step back and appreciating the algorithmic-type cunning that the AI uses against you; as well as the deep and engaging gameplay aspects- morale has always been a thing but steamrolling an entire Orc Waaaaagh by concentrating fire and having nearby units re-charge the lines, close to routing, themselves- is fantastic.
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It’s worth the money and a little more
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Prophecy
-Some spoilers ahead-
Fabius Bile shows up, and I thoroughly appreciate that decision on the part of the Developers. I’d voiced some concerns early on that your player character always seemed as though he could duel Khorne and come out the victor, but the inclusion of characters like Fabius Bile helps to give the player character some realism.
Typhus, Luscious Lucius the Eternal, Miniature Angron, and Ahzek Ahriman are four major Champions for their respective Chaos Gods, these are four extremely famous and powerful characters, and Bile is often mentioned alongside them. The fact that, should you manage to beat Fabius Bile in a fight, you’ll only really be defeating a clone makes for an amazing, reusable character for the game. He’s an extremely powerful lore character, with real motivation and relevance to the story.
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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Prophecy Standalone Review
The Search for more continues…
Please note that this Review may contain spoilers from the Original game
Some key points that this Standalone Expansion offers:
New Playable Class
New Enemy Races
W40K Inquisitor Martyr left us with a hefty cliff-hanger… An Uber powerful warrior, age old conspiracies mixed in with so much secrecy… An Inquisitor’s dream job to depict!
Now it’s back continuing that story and with it comes some new goodies and features. A new 2.0 rule set along with a variety of other mechanics that have joined the Prophecy. You do not need to own Martyr to play Prophecy, but if you do, your character progression will be carried over to Prophecy and you can pick up where you left off.
Necromunda: Hired Gun
Best way to describe this game: Doom in 40k. Brilliant game, the athmosphare is pure 40k, the amount of deatail given to this part of the Univers is asonishing. You can tell that the developpers were pashionate and new what they were doing with the Environment. Controls and Gameplay are also verry intuitif and streamlined.
On the negative Side, the Story is pretty bad. But i didn’t buy it for it anyways. Also, there is not as mutch to do as I would wish. The main story can probably be completed in a few hours, and the other stuff are just missions that offer no real reward, besides practice and XP. Personaly, I would also have preffered if you could have more guns on you. especially special weapons. Those are realy well made, but I cant use them, because I would have to swap another favorit of mine out.
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Yes, this is not Doom Eternal.
No, it is actually much better.
Let’s not waste the Imperium’s time - Here are three reasons:
You have a dog ✔ and you can pet ✔ and feed ✔ it.
There three reasons already, but in Terra’s name, have some more:
40k Themed Warhammer game ✔ with an Avitus' approved Heavy Bolter ✔
Fun and fast parkouring with wall-running ✔, double jumping ✔ and a grappling hook
but no fall damage ❤
So what are you waiting for?
Kill The Mutant!
Burn The Heretic!
Purge The Xenos!
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr
This game has evolved a lot sine it’s release, there’s still improvements to be made, but the developers turned this game in to a good direction. I look forward to replay this game each season and I dump from 60 to 100 hours each time.
There’s quite a lot of build diversity. Recently minion builds got buffed so if that’s your thing you can play that. You can play sword and shield crusader or equip it with flamethrower to give a little roast in the name of the Emperor. Maybe a tech priest with poisonous auto rifle that hits enemy and then spreads to it’s counterparts? Game offers total 4th classes.
Overall a perfectly solid ARPG. Better than most, in most ways.
The idea of you playing as an Inquisitor and not, as someone put it, a discount space marine as the gameplay suggest, is actually consistently integrated into the writing, so thumbs up for that. The story is above-average for a game. The mission scripting however is laughably bad - listen to a brief exchange with mission control, go from point A to point B, encounter villain, exchange threats, kill each other, repeat. In between A and B you kill a bunch of enemies. Sometimes they are cultists, sometimes rebels, sometimes aliens. But once you have done one mission in this game, you have done them all.
Train Frontier Classic
This is a completely awesome release of a former xbox 360 game. If you played it on there, you should definitely play it on PC. Reasons? Multiplayer is doubled; Now eight players can share a layout. There appears to be NO MEMORY LIMIT for placing of tracks and objects - I am guessing that this is entirely dependent upon your system memory. The only limit seems to be the soze of the ‘world’, and that seems t be about the same size as it always was.
If you haven’t played this befoe and like fun train games, then give this a go. Its not a serious sim, but it is tremendous fun, and some truly awesome ‘layouts’ can be created amd shared with those that ‘visit’ your layout. Loads of locos and rolling stock included, but you must make your consist before you take to the track, and you cannot currently uncouple your consist, and can only one one train in solo mode - however, the playing fun of this is definitely in the Multiplayer Mode, and in teh hours you can spend building your layouts, which is both fun and easy. Five stars out of five!
EDIT: This game has been abandoned, buy at your own risk.
[This Games 3rd Review]
As Somone Who Has A Love for City Builders and Trains, This is great, and The Best Train Builder/Ridder So Far I can tell, Also Looks Great, Good Assets, Good Trains (Could Be More), No Lag i7/8gb-ram, Fun and Adictive, Im Building a World Where Trains Go Thru Cities, Another Great Thing is The Building, And Easy!
Trains/Assets and All that: 8.5/10 - Could Be More, But Its Early Acsess so It Doesn’t Bother Me :)