Reviews for Warhammer 40000: Kill Team
An average twin stick shooter held back by technical problemsLegolas_Katarn | Dec. 1, 2015 | See all Legolas_Katarn's reviews »
A mediocre twin stick shooter with four playable characters that each have their own ranged and melee weapon and special attack. You will spending the game fighting waves of Orks. Technical issues and the poor camera can occasionally make things slightly difficult or might make it nearly impossible to see. Some people are experiencing frequent crashes, I had to reinstall the game to get it to pass the developer logo. The next time I played it crashed when I started it, then froze again, forcing me to reinstall the game again to play it. The game would be ok, nothing great but nothing horrible, if it wasn't being held back by the camera and technical issues. Another problem with the game is that it only local co-op.
For the emperor!Delta998 | Nov. 20, 2014 | See all Delta998's reviews »
I played this on PS3 so I could get the free Sword for the Space Marine Game for my PS3. It ties into the w20k series well. I am also excited for the new Space Hulk game coming out, I hope it's a action shooter like Space Marine.
Short, Fun, And Awesomeojjuice19 | July 30, 2014 | See all ojjuice19's reviews »
It's pretty old, but it's still fun especially if you're a fan of the universe. I played this with a friend in co-op, and it was a blast for a short campaign. It's not perfect, but if you want a short fun game, without any commitment, this is a way to go. Plus, It's really cheap.
A Mild Good TimeWiesler | May 22, 2014 | See all Wiesler's reviews »
This game has some nice polish and production values and delivers an arcade feel. The action and gameplay are nothing overwhelmingly new or special, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. You will be charged with killing a bunch of enemies, so the goal is fairly simple. There are 4 classes to choose from and everything feels solid. Hopefully you have a friend though, because thats really how this game should be played. Even though there are 4 classes, there is not much incentive to replay. Instead this short campaign is really a one time romp that can be enjoyed with a friend. You can't fault a game for length, but it is something to consider before buying in.