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Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch - Enhanced Edition

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Command the ultimate team of elite Space Marines.

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch is a turn-based strategy game, set on the edge of Imperial space, where your Space Marines will take on the Tyranids in a series of tactical engagements. From war ravaged cities, to the insides of Tyranid bio-ships, the missions will see your Kill Team rise in strength and skill as you face ever greater threats and peril.

ENHANCED EDITION: The Enhanced Edition of Deathwatch is a remastered and upgraded release specifically for PC players.
  • High quality graphics powered by Unreal Engine 4
  • All missions remastered with dynamic lighting and special effects
  • Brand new Space Marines from the Dark Angels, Imperial Fists and Black Templar chapters
  • Fully re-designed, intuitive UI and customisable controls for keyboard and mouse

FIGHT: Embark on a journey to save the sector from the alien threat. Smash the alien threat in a bespoke campaign against the Tyranids.

COLLECT: Collect unique Deathwatch Space Marines. Customise them with a huge assortment of different weapons and wargear.

LEVEL UP: Gain experience points on missions and spend them on your Space Marines to unlock powerful skills and abilities.
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Rodeo Games
Rodeo Games
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) or newer
  • Processor: AMD Athlon (2.6 GHz) / Intel Core 2 Duo (2.6 GHz) or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1GB of Video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • OS: Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 (3.4 GHz) or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1GB of Video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card (Surround Sound 5.1)
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Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch - Enhanced Edition reviews and comments

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Too bad there was much, much more in there. Anyone hoping for an X-Com-light with Space Marines here will unfortunately be bitterly disappointed. Due to the pretty good Reviews for the tablet version, unfortunately, the Impatience has Triumphed and I got the Game. That'S why I knew beforehand what I was getting into. Still, the Whole thing is more than disappointing, because even as an intermediate game, it doesn't matter. On the one hand, This is due to the playful Aspect: I have no Problem selling X-Com without the (cool) around and omiting Research, Base Construction and world Map and focusing on the Missions themselves. But even this (only) aspect of the Game disappoints. This is partly due to the lack of cover system (if Barrels are on the Field next to me, then they block everything from Shelling To View), lack of modes of movement and slow Movement (firing 4x with the Bolter or walking 4 Steps ...). In particular, however, the tiny Cards and the absolutely stupid AI, which can do nothing more than to race and attack the Player (and even that doesn't always work out well), also disappoint. On the other hand, however, the Disappointment is also due to the State of the Game. If you don't allow any (Car) save options and at the same time Let all Marines ' XP lapse in a lost mission (which you have to save for many Abilities over multiple Missions), then the Game should be Bug-free anyway. But It is not. It likes to hang up on the Opponent's Turn and just don't finish it. The Only Way Out is to Cancel the Mission with Loss of all Experience. If the Whole thing were to run stable, then maybe I would have given a Thumbs up because at times it could be a little Fun despite all The Annoyances (To shoot tyrandids with the Bolter is just cool), but this bugged version is for sale at the Price. Then just cheeky. If the Game is offered in the Sale for 5 Euros you can strike, but in the current Form only 25 Euros are not worth the Game. Too bad, so much Potential. Maybe DoW 3 will come ...
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Cool Game, is a Mixture of Warhammer Quest (is also from the same Developer) and Space Hulk with XCOM has little to Do with the game, which is not a Fuse of why some People here compare the Game with XCOM only weill you play on a Grid field, it is not an XCOM! About the Game: You play with the Space Marines and you have to fight your way through different Missions against Tyranids, they usually look like that you have to fight your way through from Position A to B and/or that you have to survive a few Rounds and survive Waves of Enemies After each successful Mission you get a new Weapon with which to equip Your Space Marines, every Space Marine also gets experience points for every Kill that you then invest in "Skills" or in Attributes (Life, Strike Rate and Kicking Chances) Can. Pro + Warhammer 40K + Equipment and skillable Space Marines + for a "Mobile phone" game, The Graphics are quite good + various Space Marines Orders (Space Wolves, Ultramarines, Imperial Fists, Blood Angels) Contra:-only Space Marines playable-no Inindividualization Options -you can only change weapons (no Armor, etc.)-too Few playable classes (You only have Devastor, Apothecarius, Tactical Marine and Assault Marine At your disposal)-no Multiplayer or Coop mode-no Terminators, scouts, Commanders, Techmarine and Psionic-none Jump Modules-no claw Weapons (typical Space Wolves weapon)-there is no More support and new Content (http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2016-02-17-rodeo-stops-making-new-games-after-poor-warhammer-40k-deathwatch-sales) I can definitely play the Game Every Warhammer 40k fan recommend it's Fun with its Space Marine group to butcher Through Tyranid Hordes and the Game Is especially more Fun than the two Space Hulk Games. However, I think it's a great Pity that there will be no more Content that the Game would have so much potential and you could improve and add as much as e.g. new Classes, Weapons, races, Multieplayer/Coop Mode and and and, real shame about the Game.
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