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The legendary Space Hulk returns, to the PlayStation 4, in this epic Turn-Based-Strategy game. Set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, an intriguing story of legendary battles and heroic actions unfolds. Play as a small squad of fearless Space Marine Terminators who attempt to reclaim their honour by mounting an assault on a derelict Space Hulk infested by hordes of vicious tyranid Gene stealers. Take control of the Adeptus Astarte's of the Blood Angel chapter and guide them towards glory, while battling fierce Xenos and uncovering ancient relics in the infested confines of the massive Space Hulk named "Sin of Damnation". Key Features Set in the hugely popular Warhammer 40,000 universe! Official license of the legendary board game from Games Workshop. Turn-based tactical strategy! Based on the popular and iconic board game. Blood Angel Terminators! Fight the ferocious Gene stealers with heroes of the mighty Blood Angels. Fearsome Gene stealers with challenging Ai! Thematic 3D environment! Experience the dark labyrinth of a Space Hulk like never before. Single Player campaign based on the "Sin of Damnation" Space Hulk! Take on the Sin of Damnation campaign, which includes 3 brand new prequel missions and the 12 missions from the classic board game Multiplayer head-to-head, recreating the board game experience, against a friend! Get in the hot seat and battle it out with a friend. The Warhammer 40K universe represents a ripe source of inspiration for video games. With its galaxy spanning conflicts, rammed full of fascinating factions, it's mind boggling that there’s only been a small number of great games that’ve made good use of its expansive lore. With a steady stream of Warhammer 40K titles coming out in recent years – mainly on smart phones – Space Hulk: Deathwing is the latest to make its way onto PlayStation 4. Based on Games Workshop’s board game of the same name, this new release doesn’t stick to its turn-based roots, instead choosing to shift the action into the first-person, putting the player directly in the shoes – or power armour – of a team of Space Marines on a mission to purge a genestealer infested space hulk. Entering these massive clusters of derelict spaceships is extremely dangerous work, and as a result, those teams sent to explore their superstructures are often equipped in Tactical Dreadnought Armour – more commonly referred to as Terminator Armour. Handed down over millennia, these power suits are rare and extremely powerful – they’re essentially walking tanks – and as a result, only veteran members of an Adeptus Astartes chapter are allowed to wear these legendary sets of gear. With a campaign spanning nine missions, you’ll guide a squad from the Dark Angels Deathwing Company as they explore the mysteries of one particular space hulk, all the while assailed by wave after wave of alien attackers. Packed full of Warhammer 40k terminology – that’ll only make sense to those with more than a passing familiarity with the setting – the story isn’t particularly engaging, failing (despite some personal stakes for the Deathwing themselves) to make you care one iota how it’s going to play out. The opening missions of the campaign at least capture the dark and dingy atmosphere of a space hulk well, and as you plod through a mix of tight corridors and vast rooms, complete with high vaulted ceilings draped in shadows, it can feel quite unsettling, mainly due to the signature Warhammer 40K architecture that mixes the futuristic and gothic. While it certainly ticks the boxes in terms of ambience, you’ll soon realise that just like meeting someone in a dimly lit bar, the heavy shadows make for a much more flattering first impression of the unimpressive graphical fidelity, and alien character models that’re on display.

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The legendary Space Hulk returns, to the PlayStation 4, in this epic Turn-Based-Strategy game. Set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, an intriguing story of legendary battles and heroic actions unfolds. Play as a small squad of fearless Space Marine Terminators who attempt to reclaim their honour by mounting an assault on a derelict Space Hulk infested by hordes of vicious tyranid Gene stealers. Take control of the Adeptus Astarte's of the Blood Angel chapter and guide them towards glory, while battling fierce Xenos and uncovering ancient relics in the infested confines of the massive Space Hulk named "Sin of Damnation". Key Features Set in the hugely popular Warhammer 40,000 universe! Official license of the legendary board game from Games Workshop. Turn-based tactical strategy! Based on the popular and iconic board game. Blood Angel Terminators! Fight the ferocious Gene stealers with heroes of the mighty Blood Angels. Fearsome Gene stealers with challenging Ai! Thematic 3D environment! Experience the dark labyrinth of a Space Hulk like never before. Single Player campaign based on the "Sin of Damnation" Space Hulk! Take on the Sin of Damnation campaign, which includes 3 brand new prequel missions and the 12 missions from the classic board game Multiplayer head-to-head, recreating the board game experience, against a friend! Get in the hot seat and battle it out with a friend. The Warhammer 40K universe represents a ripe source of inspiration for video games. With its galaxy spanning conflicts, rammed full of fascinating factions, it's mind boggling that there’s only been a small number of great games that’ve made good use of its expansive lore. With a steady stream of Warhammer 40K titles coming out in recent years – mainly on smart phones – Space Hulk: Deathwing is the latest to make its way onto PlayStation 4. Based on Games Workshop’s board game of the same name, this new release doesn’t stick to its turn-based roots, instead choosing to shift the action into the first-person, putting the player directly in the shoes – or power armour – of a team of Space Marines on a mission to purge a genestealer infested space hulk. Entering these massive clusters of derelict spaceships is extremely dangerous work, and as a result, those teams sent to explore their superstructures are often equipped in Tactical Dreadnought Armour – more commonly referred to as Terminator Armour. Handed down over millennia, these power suits are rare and extremely powerful – they’re essentially walking tanks – and as a result, only veteran members of an Adeptus Astartes chapter are allowed to wear these legendary sets of gear. With a campaign spanning nine missions, you’ll guide a squad from the Dark Angels Deathwing Company as they explore the mysteries of one particular space hulk, all the while assailed by wave after wave of alien attackers. Packed full of Warhammer 40k terminology – that’ll only make sense to those with more than a passing familiarity with the setting – the story isn’t particularly engaging, failing (despite some personal stakes for the Deathwing themselves) to make you care one iota how it’s going to play out. The opening missions of the campaign at least capture the dark and dingy atmosphere of a space hulk well, and as you plod through a mix of tight corridors and vast rooms, complete with high vaulted ceilings draped in shadows, it can feel quite unsettling, mainly due to the signature Warhammer 40K architecture that mixes the futuristic and gothic. While it certainly ticks the boxes in terms of ambience, you’ll soon realise that just like meeting someone in a dimly lit bar, the heavy shadows make for a much more flattering first impression of the unimpressive graphical fidelity, and alien character models that’re on display.

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