Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf
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Content Rating: Teen
Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf is a turn-based tactical strategy game in which you have to take command of the Space Wolves and join the battle against the wicked servants of Chaos and the sinister Necrons.
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With so little effort put into making Space Wolf feel like it actually belongs anywhere near the new systems, it’s hard not to be anything but disappointed and cynical about this release. Graphics aren’t everything, of course, but Space Wolf’s other elements aren’t nearly strong enough to tip this one into the win column.
I expected so much from the story with it being a Warhammer game. Usually, you are drowning in lore and story but with 40,000: Space Wolf, you barely get your feet wet. Every menu in the game feels so slow and sticky. I know it originated from a mobile game but the menu and story needed way more work for a console version. The gameplay is actually alright, the card mechanic mixed with X-COM style combat is quite interesting. But with dumb NPC’s, respawning enemies and losing a turn just to turn your guy around there are just a few too many bad decisions for me.
All in all, this means that Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf is a good game that has been burdened by some poor choices. The way it looks is absolutely bang on for a mobile game, but the move to console and playing on an Xbox Series X will leave players seriously underwhelmed – comparing this to the recent Age of Sigmar is like comparing chalk and cheese or night and day.