Space Hulk has launched on Steam, get yer launch trailer right here

Space Hulk

By on August 19, 2013 at 10:37 am

One of the first of the new wave of Games Workshop licensed properties, tactical corridor-shooter Space Hulk has now launched on Steam.

You can get it here for $29.99, or a two-pack to play with a friend for $49.99.

We’ll have our review up for you shortly. Until then, here’s a trailer for you!

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Meh…

 

Very much a cash grab attempt. Looks pretty average to me.

 

I love this game.

 
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I’m a Space fan. It captures the setting and rules very well. Yet to try multiplayer but so far I’m very happy. Probably a bit close to objectively review this. The animations (especially of the stealers) could better but overall I think it stacks up well to other Turn based options.

I’m looking forward to the rest of the campaigns and future DLC.

 

Looks veeeery unpolished and low budget, and definitely not worth the pricetag. I love the IP to death, but I won’t be buying this.

 

I’m really disappointed with the negativity surrounding this game. It’s far better than people make out.

 

I checked it out over at a mate’s place, won’t be buying immediately but it looked pretty good to me.

 

Considering the actual gameplay is fantastic, and precisely what I was expecting, i really fail to see how it is a cash grab. It is rough around the edges, and yes it is lacking some of the polish you’ll see on a typical AAA title – but it’s not a AAA title – it’s made by a very small developer, with a very limited budget, and all things considered, it’s a very enjoyable game.

 
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