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Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team aiming for PSN next week


1:30 PM on 07.29.2011
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On Tuesday of next week, Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team will become available to PlayStation Network users in North America. As was the case with the already out Xbox Live Arcade release, this twin-stick shooter will be $9.99.

I'm a fan of the Dawn of War series, so I had a decent enough time with Kill Team. Does it feel rushed, and come off as little more than a marketing vehicle for Space Marine? Absolutely. But you get to shoot Orks in the face, and until the game freezed on me, I was enjoying myself.

Give the demo a try. Maybe we'll get a well-thought-out sequel.








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