Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr
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Set in the dystopian 41st millennium, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr places the Inquisitors of the grim future into an Action-RPG and pits them against heretics, mutants, treacherous xenos and the daemons of the Chaos Gods. Your mission is to purge the unclean and protect the Imperium from corruption!
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There’s a clear feeling of Martyr being spread way too thin across all the ideas at play, and pretty much every aspect of the game suffers as a result. If it could’ve trimmed some of the fat and instead focused on a select few features and mechanics, we might well have had a ground-breaking 40K release on our hands. Instead, what we’re left with is a half-baked example of what could’ve been.
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr gets a lot of things right, but drops the ball where it matters most for an action RPG. We’re left with a repetitive, not very tactically exciting combat system and itemization that arbitrarily forces you to gear for item level rather than better stats. Everything else is just a nice house built on a shaky foundation at that point. Even the Emperor can’t protect this clumsy shoot-em-up from its own sins.
The fact that I felt as thought I was playing out a possible mystery case from the files of Gregor Eisenhorn only added on the glee. It is, without a doubt, the best WH40K game on the PlayStation 4. It’s a shame that the unreliable, yet required online connection prevents the praise to reaching beyond that niche audience.