• Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Caligari Sektor
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Caligari Sektor
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  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr: Screen zum Spiel.
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Über das Spiel

Trete in den, mit dem Chaos infestrierte, Caligari-Sektor ein, und säubere die Unreinen mit den mächtigsten Agenten von dem Imperium. W40k: Inquisitor – Martyr ist eine dunkle Action-RPG mit mehrere Klassen de Inquisitions, die den Wille des Imperators herausüben!

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15806 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 02.03.20 21:16
Das lange Warten hat sich gelohnt.

Ich besitze das Game jetzt mehrere Jahre und bin immer mal wieder durch etliche Neuerungen und Veränderungen durch dieses Game geflasht worden.

Heute mal wieder installiert und es ist fertig und sehr spielenswert.

Wer Warhammer 40K positiv gestimmt ist, der wird hier definitv seinen Spass haben.
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Verfasst: 21.03.20 19:22
1.Deutsch, 2. English

1. Echte Alternative wenn man von D3, PoE unf GD mal genug hat.
- taktische Kämpfe- trotzdem flüssiges und schönes Gemetzel
- düstere Story, nicht viel Tiefgang aber mit spannenden Passagen
- gutes crafting System mit vielen Möglichkeiten
größte Stärke: lange Motivation durch langsamen Fortschritt im Level, schöne Endgame Modi
größte Schwäche: kein voll umfassender Multiplayer und coop Modus

2. good alternative if you seen enough of D3, PoE and GD
- tactical combat but also good gameflow and gore
- nice and involved crafting system
pro: long motivation from slow leveling process, good endgame mode
con: no complete coop mode and multiplayer
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Verfasst: 21.04.20 20:35
Citizen!

You liked Diablo 2?
You are a loyal servant of the immortal God-Emperor of Mankind, beloved by all of humanity?
Then you must buy this game and support it to make sure, that there will be more content, more features and more holy Inquisition!
Buy now or be a heretic!
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2347 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.05.20 06:52
8/10 would purge again

Seems like game started somehow unfinished due to the comments however i played it in 2020 and think its one of the top 5 Warhammer 40k games out there.

ps. i played them all
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Verfasst: 26.04.20 19:59
Got it after the 2.0 release and it's pretty good =)
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Verfasst: 16.06.20 10:17
Gigantische Welt, hervorragender Onlinemodus, unfassbar viele Spielmodi, ausgereifte Steuerung, sehr gute Kameraführung und endlich eine hervorragend inszenierte Geschichte die den Büchern sehr Nahe kommt. Das bisher beste digitale WH40k Feeling. Ich bin noch lange nicht am Ende der Kampagne, da es zu viel Spaß macht nebenher ein paar Welten von Xenos und Chaos zu befreien.
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Verfasst: 10.10.20 00:39
Miserabelster Coop Multiplayer, den ich jemals erlebt habe. Ständig Abstürze genau AM ENDE der Mission. Alles, was man sich erspielt hat, verloren inklusive XP und loot. Einfach nur MÜLL.
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253 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.10.20 11:36
Vielleicht ein Spiel was Spass machen kann. Allerdings, direkt bei Abschluss der ersten Missionen hängt das Spiel sich auf, zumindest glaubt man das. Eigentlich läd es, was auch immer und braucht gefühlt ewig, um dann endlich in die Übersicht für weitere Missionen zuschalten. Mein eigenes Rechnersystem ist neu, also ich schließe meine eigene Hardware als Faktor für diesen Umstand aus. Bei erscheinen der Übersicht sofort per Maus zureagieren ist ein Fehler denn dann hängt sich das Spiel wirklich auf. Nichts für mich, leider.
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9330 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.10.20 22:00
Sehr gutes Hack and Slash im coolen Setting. Absolut underrated!
Ja, das Spiel hat seine Macken. Diese treten aber in den Hintergrund, wenn fette Explosionen nicht nur die Gegner, sondern auch die Umgebung in Schutt und Asche legen. Zoomt man ganz ein, ist man mittendrin, statt nur dabei. Ein Feeling, dass ich so intensiv in noch in keinem anderen Hack and Slash erlebt habe.
Meine Spielspaßwertung: 85%
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521 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.20 23:04
Etwas für eingefleischte Fans...
...und selbst für die ist es hartes Brot. Ein simples Hack- and Slay, eingebettet ins Warhammer 40k- Universum, ohne jedoch an seine offensichtlichen Vorbilder wie etwa Diablo heranreichen zu können. Wo man bei den Vorgängern noch als kleine Einsatztruppe unterwegs sein durfte, ist man hier nunmehr als Ein-Mann-Armee unterwegs und bestreitet die einzelnen Missionen. Klar, man ist ja schließlich Inquisitor. Diese lassen sich im Prinzip alle gleich bestreiten: Lauf über die Karte und Metzel alles nieder. Außer die Mission,: Töte alle Gegner auf der Karte. Warum? Is wurst, alle Gegner sind Feinde des Imperators und gehören niedergemetzelt. Orientierung? Sehr schwer, ziellos irrt man über die Karte und sucht verzweifelt nach den 2 verbliebenen Gegnertrupps.

Gegenstände findet man zuhauf, oftmals aber kaum was nützliches dabei. Nicht dass es wirklich wichtig wäre, was die einzelnen Fähigkeiten machen, einfach fröhlich drauf halten, wird schon gut gehen. Der Rest wird verschrebelt, man spart so einen Haufen Kohle an. Wofür? Gute Frage, der Händler (ausgerechnet der Schiffskapitän, klar, der hat ja nix besseres zu tun, als dem Inquisitor Zeugs zu verkaufen oder meistens, abzukaufen) hat schnell kaum noch interessantes zu bieten. Viel Kohle und nix, wofür sie gebraucht wird.

A Propos Gegenstände; am interessantesten sind da noch die Rüstungen, die machen immerhin einen unterschied, ob man nun ein Geschütz herbeiruft, oder Sprungangriffe zur Verfügung hat. Der Rest? Vielleicht sind die anderen Klassen ja interessanter, als der Nahkämpfer, hab nicht wirklich Lust, sie anzuspielen. Oder weiterzuspielen.

Fazit: Ein Liebloses Universum, wie von Warhammer 40k gewohnt, heißt noch lange nicht, dass das Spiel Lieblos sein sollte. Der Preis ist viel zu hoch, erst Recht ohne massive Kostensenkung durch Events, und selbst wenn mans geschenkt bekäme, bleibt die Frage, warum man nix besseres zu tun hat.
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Verfasst: 29.12.20 16:01
Eine Absolute Frechheit dieser Betreiber ist unfähig den Coop-Modus stabil hinzubekommen. Wirklich jede Coop-mission wird mit nem Serververbindungsverlust vorzeitig beendet. Dazu noch mit Komplettverlust alles was in der Zeit erspielt wurde. Eine Frechheit diese Schlechtleistung des Betreibers. Dazu kommt das man zuerst Zwangssingelplayer spielen muss und dann Steam die Frechheit besitzt wegen dieser Zeit das Game nicht zurückzunehmen. Eine absolute Sauerei dieser mist, Kundenbetrug!!!!!
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882 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.01.21 04:32
Ich als eingefleischter Warhammer Fantasy Fan habe mir dieses Spiel angesehen und ich muss sagen es war besser als ich dachte. Die Bedienung ist zwar einfach aber für einige Sachen wie z.B. den Coop Modus oder das ganze händling mit den Items brauch man doch erst seine Zeit. Rüstungen und Waffen bestimmen z.B. die Fähigkeiten. Vom Gameplay her kommt das Game sehr gut rüber und es ist ebenfalls ordentlich finster. Es gibt auch viele verschiedene Rassen die dabei sind was ich aber vermisst habe warn die Orks. Die Story hat mir solo besser gefallen weil ich später nur noch gezogen wurde und die Auswahl an Klassen und Waffen ist gut bestückt.

Ich habe meine Streamaufzeichnung hochgeladen dort könnt ihr euch ja selber mal ein Bild machen.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSbMwD4SF7k

Am Ende habe ich doch meine Skaven & Zwerge vermisst aber es war trotzdem spaßig :)

PS: Warhammer Fantasy bleibt King haha xD
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Verfasst: 17.01.21 11:11
Das Spiel an sich ist okay, nichts besonderes aber auch nicht wirklich schlecht. Das Spiel würde ich aber nicht empfehlen zu kaufen wenn man mit Freunden spielen will da die Server des Spiels einfach nur scheiße sind und man alle paar Missionen mit einem disconnect rechnen muss der den progress der gespielten mission zu nichts macht also freut euch schonmal darauf eine mission fast bis zum ende gespielt zu haben und dann alle items usw dieser mission zu verlieren und sie nochmal spielen zu dürfen
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Verfasst: 30.01.21 20:04
Ich bin zwar erst kurz vor Stufe 40, aber es wird immer, besser desto mehr freigeschalten wird.
Die Runden sind kurz und wenn man die Schwierigkeit erhöht auch knackig.
So kann man es auch zwischen durch mal spielen.

Zum Ambiente was soll man sagen, einfach Warhammer Style, viel Blut, verschiedene riesen Monster, ....
Macht richt Spaß.
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Verfasst: 05.02.21 09:17
For everyone who's got this nasty gamebreaking bug where the game tends to crash during the last third of a level, right click on your Warhammer.exe in your steam folder, go to compatibility and deactivate the fullscreen optimization. Did it for me.

Also, nice game for 40k fans.

The Emperor protects.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 00:07
Fans von Warhammer 40k und Diablo werden das Spiel mögen
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Verfasst: 19.03.21 21:52
The Multiplayer modus is bugged. Players are in the group but are considered not in the group or the reverse. Missions are started by the host but don't pop up for erveryone etc. etc. - Refunded
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Verfasst: 19.03.21 21:16
Unglaublich was sich alles getan hat, jetzt ist das was ich mir erhofft hatte. Ein tolles Hack Slay im Warhammer 40k Universum.
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Verfasst: 20.03.21 18:19
Super, macht Laune!
Als Warhammer Fan ein Muss.
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Verfasst: 11.05.21 19:51
Entgegen vieler Reviews kann ich das Spiel nur empfehlen. Gerade für Fans des 40k Universums gibt es keine Nennenswerten alternativen. Aber auch für ARPG-Fans gibt es genügend Anreize.

Gameplay:
Das Gameplay unterscheidet sich nicht besonders von anderen ARPGs. Kämpfe sind durch die hölzernen Character-Animationen etwas stockender und nicht ganz so flüssig wie bei Diablo.
Durch viele verschiedene Waffentypen, Skillbäume, Mods und vier Grundlegend verschiedene Klassen findet man viel Abwechslung und jeder sollte einen Build finden, mit dem er Spaß hat.

Sound:
Der Sound ist meiner Meinung nach eher durchwachsen. Der Soundtrack passt zum Setting, ist sonst aber nicht weiter erwähnenswert.
Die englische Sprachausgabe ist mal gut und mal nicht so gut. Soweit ich das beurteilen kann (Assassin und Crusader) sind die Spieler-Voicelines ganz gut. NPCs sind mal sehr gut getroffen und mal eher mau.
Die Kampfeffekte sind das was mich am wenigsten begeistert. Gegner zu treffen hört sich nicht immer befriedigend an. Waffeneffekte pendeln irgendwo zwischen Spielzeug und Episch.
Negativ aufgefallen sind ist mir, dass häufig Dialoge während des Gameplays verschluckt werden, oder der Sound etwas abspackt.

Grafik:
Es ist kein Grafikwunder.
Die 40k Atmosphäre (Dark and gritty) wird in den meisten Levels aber gut eingefangen. Die Level an sich sind detailliert gestaltet und die Umgebung lässt sich oft schön zertrümmern. Leider wiederholen sich die Layouts und Umgebungen ziemlich häufig.

Story:
Ich fand sie ganz ordentlich. Wer nicht viel mit Warhammer anfangen kann wird sich aber viel am Kopf kratzen.
Die Hauptstory habe ich nach ca. 14 Stunden abgeschlossen.

Fazit:
Sehr passables ARPG mit solidem 40k-Flair. Gameplay geht leicht von der Hand, auch wenn es hier und da ein paar Macken hat.
Von der Komplexität ist es meiner Meinung nach komplexer als Diablo, aber Meilen weit entfernt von PoE (was gerade für Einsteiger oder Build-Muffel als Pluspunkt gesehen werden kann).
Die Story war keine besonders große Herausforderung, es gab aber 1-2 schöne twists, die mich gut unterhalten haben.
Grafik und Sound sind technisch eher Mittelprächtig, erfüllen aber ihren Zweck. Atmosphärisch trifft das Spiel das 40k Universum sehr gut.

Wer 40k-Fan und ARPG-Fan ist, kann eigentlich bedenkenlos zugreifen. Wenn nur eins von beiden zutrifft, sollte man eventuell auf einen Sale warten.
Ich habe es zum Vollpreis gekauft und bin jetzt gespannt, wie lang das Endgame mich noch packt.
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Verfasst: 02.05.21 13:08
Das Fleisch ist fehlbar, aber das Ritual ehrt den Maschinengeist.

Es tut gut, in diesen Tagen des Jahres 2021, dem dunklen Zeitalter der Technologie, der Geschichte eines wahren Helden nachzueifern. Nehmt die Rolle eines ehrbaren Inquisitors an, der ein schreckliches Geheimnis in sich trägt. Folgt den Spuren der verlorenen geglaubten Martyr und stellt euch einer Bedrohung, die das ganze Imperium ins Verderben stürzen kann.
Kämpft gegen Ketzer, Xenos, Dämonen, verschlagene AI (Abscheuliche Intelligenzen) und opfert euer Leben auf einem unvergesslichen Kreuzzug für das Imperium. Doch seid wachsam, eure Reise stellt euch immer wieder vor die Wahl, dem reinen Glauben zu folgen oder den Verlockungen des Warp zu verfallen.

Also sagt die Litanei des Erwachens auf, stimmt den Maschinengeist eures Cogitators milde und stürzt euch in die Schlacht!
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Verfasst: 18.06.21 05:32
Dieses Spiel als reinen Diablo-Klon zu bezeichnen würde ihm nicht gerecht werden. Die Entwickler haben die für das Warhammer 40k typische Dystopie sehr schon eingefangen und umgesetzt. Es macht bisher viel Freude die Kampagne zu spielen. In den Multiplayer habe ich mich bisher noch nicht gewagt, werde es aber nach der Kampagne gerne mal versuchen.
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Verfasst: 12.07.21 19:38
Sehr gutes aRPG in einem, für das Genre, ungewöhnlichem Setting. Es ist keineswegs perfekt, macht aber Spaß, hat eine gute Kampagne und diverse Spielmodi im Endgame, die aber das Rad keinesfalls neu erfinden. Ich würde das Spiel jedem aRPG Fan empfehlen, jedoch würde ich es im Angebot in der Complete Collection kaufen. Wer noch nie etwas mit 40k am Hut hatte kann übrigens trotzdem zugreifen, die Story macht auch ohne Vorwissen Sinn.
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Verfasst: 06.07.21 21:28
having a lot of fun.
great game.
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6070 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.11.21 00:28
Heil Imperator !
Ich werde ALLES und JEDEN mit deinem Segen IMPFEN !
Diese Ketzer werden sich meiner Gewalt beugen oder im Bauche der Martyr für alle Ewigkeit eingesperrt,
dazu verbannt, geächtet durch das knisternde Rauschen der unendlichen Leere zu treiben.
Heil Imperator !
Dein Wille sei Gesetz und Wahrheit. Möge durch jeden Inokulator dein göttliches Serum strömen
um uns vor der Verblendung durch die Ketzerei zu schützen.
Heil Imperator !
Ich opfere dir meine Seele. Mögen die UNGESEGNETEN brennen !!
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1052 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.11.21 13:50
Well the Game is pretty boring... the Skilltree have only passives. Your Combat skills are limited into 6. 4 of them are bound at the weapon you wear. No Custom possibilities for your Character or Skills. Missions are always the same, kill, search, destroy, even the Maps don't change much. The Only positiv thing is the Look of the Enemys.
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Verfasst: 23.01.20 23:28
About a 6.5/10 for me.

The game scratches the 40k itch. Gory combat, lots of ways to kill enemies, ok story line, killing enemies from Chaos, Nurgle, Elder, Dark Elder, etc. No orcs this time! It's an ARPG with some sci-fi elements that made it more fun to play for me personally. We need more sci-fi games.

As far as an ARPG is does the basics well. Lots of loot. Lots of gear combinations that can help your build. There's a skill tree point system, but certain trees need to be unlocked. One of them I didn't unlock until around level 75 well after I finished the main story of the game. Once it's unlocked you won't need to do it again tho for other characters. It does offer an 'end game' but after a few runs it does get dull.

The game isn't perfect tho. There are maps with certain buildings and turrets that are 'invisible'. You can still take cover and use the turrets, but it just looks really bad. Certain maps also cause my PC to bog down seemingly out of no where, but it's rare and has crashed on me one time during this. During the storyline there is a point where you need to control a large mech. Change the controls to WASD movement for this or you will have a very hard time going backwards or turning around to fight enemies behind you or on the south facing sides of the map.

Graphically the game is just ok. This is where my 'score' hits it the most. It's not the best looking game. It's just the sci-fi 40k setting that got me to keep playing thru it.

It has a very low population multiplayer, but there are some people still playing and you can still queue for maps and get teamed with 1 or 2 other players.

Would only recommend if on sale and you're a 40k fan or just need a sci-fi game that's easy to jump into.
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749 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.02.20 02:43
Really don't understand what is all the negativity towards this game. This game is fun, if you enjoy diablo or chaosbane then just buy this game and enjoy it, plus, with the release of the Prophecy DLC and all its improvements this game is a must if you are a fan of WH40K.

Ignore the blasphemous reviews and all the heretics behind it.
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Verfasst: 04.02.20 18:48
Diablo in space !!
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Verfasst: 07.02.20 02:49
This is coming from someone who has played hundreds of hours of D3 and Path of Exile, just as a reference for my complaints.

2major issues
The skill trees are all generic damage increases, Ranged, Melee, Hp, Defense, AoE, Single Target.
Skills are given by items equiped.

General review
The combat is extremely meh, guns were too good compared to melee since the damage output of enemies seemed extremely random and purely based on lvl difference (ur hp and defenses dont change very much from lvl 10 to 30). You either just shoot a gun, which has 2/4 types of shot or swing a weapon which has 2/4 types of swings. There is no higher customization to alter how skills function outside of static weapon types.

The only redeeming factor is a decent storyline and voice acting.

overall I do not plan to put more time into this game.
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Verfasst: 26.01.20 21:51
Story is well done. game play gives you the hack and slash feel with top down but there is a lot to play with in the skills. graphics are nice and mobility is carried out nicely. can play with friends and go through story. all around great game you will enjoy your time here.
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Verfasst: 19.01.20 15:14
Game is worth around 15,- no more. If you are thinking about buying this, just donate the 50,- to wikipedia instead, you feel better about it.

- Very repetetive, boring gameplay with no meaningful or interesting progression
- You can only level up passive skills which do not change the gameplay in interesting ways
- No good or interesting combos, since your abilities are tied to your weapons and cannot be changed
- Many graphics glitches, constantly get stuck on invisible terrain
- Very imprecise, annoying controls, character permanently runs in directions you do not want it to run to
- Really bad performance drops (from 120 FPS to 14)
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Verfasst: 23.01.20 22:52
Pretty true to source material.
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Verfasst: 24.01.20 05:15
This is a lore heavy and very entertaining game. If you like 40K, you will probably like this game. Downside, small community without much information online to help you out if you have questions. That being said, my interactions with the broader community have been extremely positive.
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Verfasst: 10.03.20 04:45
Will this ARPG redefine your definition of moist and oozable game content?

No.

Will this ARPG keep you entertained and fill that empty, ARPG-Diablo-clone gaping hole in your life?

1000% Yes.

Fun and engaging -- albeit repetitive at times -- Inquisitor has solid endgame content, good classes (not a whole variety, but each is interesting enough) , great builds and crafting systems, and a pretty decent story.

Can't speak for multiplayer, but if you're looking to scratch that ARPG/looter/Diablo-clone itch, this is a sure buy.
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Verfasst: 13.03.20 00:53
Enjoying this game far more than PoE or D3. Even has me reading some WH40K now. Co-op seems dead, however. This is a real shame as the game has been very enjoyable to play and I'd love to play with some others. But as a single player experience, nice build variety, good action and great fun!
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Verfasst: 07.03.20 07:06
Solid core gameplay loop. Well-thought out story, loyal to 40k lore while also being a good entry point.
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Verfasst: 20.04.20 00:56
It launched horribly, slow pace, clunky and missing most of the loot.
They didn't give, up, kept building and improving it and now, it is a game worth your money and time.
If you love 40k, you'll enjoy this one, if you love arpgs, you'll enjoy this one.
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Verfasst: 23.04.20 05:45
[h1]It's actually a pretty good game !
I ended up playing 7 hours straight just after buying the game and i'm not even a die hard 40k fan...
By far the best Warhammer themed game i played since Dawn of War II.[/h1]

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor deliver great gameplay, cool graphics, a fantastic universe, lots of gore, tons of content, list goes on...
It's a very complex game and i'm 100% sure i barely scratched the surface of what the game has to offer.
This game require time and investment so i suggest you don't even pay attention to the plebs posting negative reviews with less than 2 hours played.

The only problem i have with the game so far is that it crashed 3 times already.
Anyway, with this game and Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem that's enough hack and slash goodness to keep me entertained until Diablo IV comes out. ????

Well recommended.
[h1]Rating 8/10.[/h1]
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Verfasst: 21.04.20 04:37
It's not Diablo 3... but it scratches that itch for sure. I'm still pretty early in the game, but I ran through the intro for about 5 different builds to figure out what I wanted to play. I found my build and I'm really enjoying it. Once I understand the mechanics and flow I'll probably do like I did in D3 and play through a dozen plus more times... It seems like it's going to have good replayability. The classes seem different enough (mostly based on weapon focus) that it's not the same cookie cutter class over and over.
Plus... I've never been into Warhammer in any way. Missed the boat in the 90s on table top (MTG FTW!) and never really got into it... but this game has made me want to check out the lore. Seems pretty interesting. Easy to skip all that though if you just want to slay monsters.
Anyways... if you're looking for a good, grindy, not too hard unless you want it to be, dungeon crawler, come on down... it's worth it.

Be warned though... I was able to get the GoTY (or whatever they call it edition) which included all the DLC. It was 70$ when I got it. Seems like there'd be a good bit missing out if I didn't... from what I can tell a lot of it is end gamish stuff, so it may be worth getting just the base game to see if it's worth buying for you...
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Verfasst: 01.05.20 21:56
Our enemies may rest, but rust never sleeps.
-- Tech-Priest Jung, Forge World Gehenna

Pretty good Warhammer 40k ARPG. Gameplay is very similar to other recent ARPGs and feels smooth and well balanced. On the other hand, the story and lore are very sparse, making the game feel grindy, but at least it is one of the few games that allow one to play as a tech priest.


Works perfectly on Linux/Proton( https://www.protondb.com/app/527430 ).
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Verfasst: 30.05.20 23:43
No offline mode, bad optimization, tons bugs, very slow connections when playing in Co-Op.
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Verfasst: 01.06.20 14:20
Game got off to a great start, bought it with a friend to play coop campaign but since I chose the Tech-Adept class we simply weren't allowed to play the base game together. Pretty terrible design choice which turned two optimistic purchases into two grumbling refunds.
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Verfasst: 03.06.20 23:14
It really isn't a great ARPG. It is fairly repetitive. And it is a bit clunky. But, it is exactly the kind of game I need after a hard day at work. I can play without really thinking too much and listen to podcasts at the same time. Obviously this isn't a glowing review of this game, but I'm enjoying playing it.
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Verfasst: 27.05.20 18:17
Much better after all the updates. Loving it so far.

However, I still think this should have been a deathwatch or grey knights game. You really have to do a lot of hand waving when it comes to a crusader inquisitor wiping out a company of astartes.... and thats per mission. I believe they could have added plenty of interesting difficult enemies without ruining the astartes. Astartes should have been used as extremely difficult bosses. But there are other classes where this makes more sense, such as the psycher classes and the mechanicus classes in prophecy.

The game is great though. Its the most immersive 40k game outside of the above mentioned issue.
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Verfasst: 31.05.20 07:06
Life is the Emperor's currency, spend it well.
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Verfasst: 30.05.20 13:49
Honestly, it's a fun arpg with a worthwhile and decent story. Also the aesthetic is great for those who enjoy the grimdark look. I definitely recommend this, but don't expect an Diablo type of experience, since you're skills are tied to your gear.


The only negatives I can think of is the vehicle segments. Imperial Knights are awesome, but jeez do they drive like crap.
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Verfasst: 06.06.20 22:58
good game kinda like diablo
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Verfasst: 02.08.20 04:23
Unfortunately, I join the opinion of other players, this game is indeed an unsuccessful clone of Diablo. But of course, with its game mechanics, this is the only difference. Tedious tasks, almost do not differ from one another. It hangs for a few moments, it is impossible to play on the network because the game starts to get wild. Bad Russian translation of the game. Yes, I am leaving the review in English, because maybe the game developers will pay attention to the errors in the game and fix them.
If you still want to buy this game like me for the sake of the collection, then it is better to take it at a big discount.
I wanted to leave a good review, but unfortunately this will not happen, though if the developers do not fix their mistakes according to the players' complaint. But I'm afraid it won't.
Thanks for your attention.
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Verfasst: 09.08.20 07:22
Music: 7/10. The opening music and music from the login screen is 10/10 for game play. It does not continue through the game. If it did, 10/10.
Depth/diversity: 9/10 Every character class has a wide breadth of styles and finding one that fits YOU is challenging, but possible and that makes it excellent.
Graphics: 9/10. Imaginative. Well executed. Proper visualizations. High levels of detail, scales well, even on wide screen.
Gameplay: 9/10. At least as good as Diablo III.
Lore: The Warhammer 40k universe is nearly without parallel in the gaming verse, possibly only equaled by Battletech. Blizzard tries REALLY HARD to get that level of depth, as well as League of Legends. Neither are that deep, but they have much more modern and better realizations of story telling to their advantage. 40k lore is really something quite exceptional.
Network playability and multiplayer: 1/10. I've played worse... such as WoW or other MMOs on opening day. However, this crap isn't opening day. When you can play a round of a game to completion (defeat the boss) and have it disconnect you, then when you re-join have it add you to a random party, yeah, that's assinine. Rarely have I seen server execution so poorly done. And I work in the networking industry for the largest networking company on the planet.

If you want to play single player, 8/10.
If you want to play multiplayer, 2/10.
Give it a pass and go buy something more likely to have good network code, like Pokemon Go.
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Verfasst: 02.08.20 19:15
Decent game after all the patches, though the gameplay is a bit mindless. They did a pretty good job with the whole Warhammer 40k aesthetic.
It's a good time-waster game you can play while you listen to a podcast or something similar.
Can't say it's worth buying full price. Best wait for a discount.
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Verfasst: 17.07.20 04:58
If you come from Diablo 3 or a better ARPG, is not that fun.
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Verfasst: 01.08.20 08:59
The story and gameplay are okay, honestly if it wasn't set in the Warhammer 40k universe I wouldn't have bothered finishing the main story. The story has several choices you have to make that give the impression that they will matter down the line but they don't, they just unlock 2 skill trees that don't really add much to your play through and the random missions get old after a while.
Buy it on sale and play through it once only if you are a Warhammer 40k fan.
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Verfasst: 26.07.20 15:40
Just cant gel with the odd combat flow.
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Verfasst: 17.07.20 16:29
If you love 40k and Diablo, click that buy button now. At first it seems a little overwhelming, but once you figure out a few terms, gain a few levels, it really all starts falls in line. This is probably one of the most customizable, min/max-able, rpgs I've ever played.
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Verfasst: 09.09.20 17:31
THIS IS THE BEST GAME AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. IT IS ON GOING. YOU NEVER RUN OUT OF NEW MISSIONS.
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Verfasst: 20.09.20 16:50
Inquisitor: Martyr is a top down hack and slash ARPG, with similarities to Sacred, Torchlight & Diablo that has you wading through mobs of enemies in order to uncover a millennia old secret that could save or destroy the Imperium. For the sale price of $25 I thought it was a good game, lacking some of the polish of its AAA counter parts have but still worth the solid 25+ hours it provided.

Set in the Warhammer 40K universe you play as an inquisitor, an agent of the imperium who can sentence worlds to death for the slightest hint of corruption. Receiving an order to investigate the Martyr, a long lost fortress monastery (giant spaceship) that has been ejected back into real space from the warp you start to uncover secrets that could tear the imperium apart and have to make a choice that could shape the Imperium of Man for millennium to come.

The game does both an excellent job of building the grim dark setting of the 40k universe, while also butchering some of the background and doing a poor job of explaining any of the universes overarching story. Having prior knowledge of the 40k setting is almost mandatory. You are only given the briefest introduction to what the inquisition does, how tech is worshiped and treated and the other imperium factions are barely mentioned at all (the different Inquisition factions are better explained in Prophecy). The setting of the Imperium (fascist religion who worship a corpse vs cultists who worship dark gods) is skipped entirely. This makes roleplaying options between radical and puritan difficult, as by todays standard the choices seem back to front (killing everyone is a puritan option, while sparing people is a radical idea). The main character of the game break long standing background ideas – the [spoiler] Alpha Pariah, (a soulless person who can neutralise warp presence and destabilises psykers powers) [/spoiler]. GW have set the precedence on some of their recent books, but it goes against nearly 30 years of background. One of the player character classes, the Psyker shouldn’t even be allowed in the same room.

Gameplay was good, as instead of never ending maps you get short 10-15 min missions (think torchlight), where you either have set targets to neutralise, all foes on a map, destroying objects or hacking terminals or rescuing and protecting weaker characters. When everything is done you teleport back to base, equip loot, sell unwanted items, upgrade stats and abilities before diving back in. The cover system was very cool, and not something I’ve seen in a hack and slash. Each character has a suppression bar, which show how likely they will be effected by effects (knockdown ect). Battles become very difficult when you start to constantly get knocked around, which is where the cover system comes in. You can also use it when using ranged weapons (if you equip them), and the AI does a decent job of trying to use it as well.

I would highly recommend focusing on doing the main story missions, until you have unlocked the morality options (end of chapter 3). Many of the DLC missions give good boosts to this bar and other than main story missions additional chances to progress on this are very limited and depend on RNG (Prophecy greatly adds to this). The game systems and options are unlocked very slowly (like morality, tarot cards, void missions), so you miss out on quite a few drops if you deviate from the main story early. You are constantly unlocking options for your character up until lvl 50, so there is plenty to experiment with.

The game suffers from what all hack and slash ARPGs suffer from, equipment creep. No matter how good the item is, it will eclipsed eventually by a higher level generic item. Luckily each character isn’t locked into a set build that focuses around equipment (the right abilities help, but it’s only a problem when you are at max level). Perks can be changed freely at the ship, and skill trees can be reset for a slight cost. I found myself switching between whatever weapon setup was most handy at the time (from ranged to close combat), and all the stats are in easily readable format. Each of characters plays very differently and has unique skill tree options, as well as some shared skill trees. Some weapons are shared between the classes, others are locked. There is also a crafting system where you can increase the lvl on loot or re-roll its buffs), if you really want to keep a certain equips for a while longer.

I found there was a good range of content to keep myself occupied after the main story. I didn’t hit the lvl cap where I would start farming for the best equipment, but that wasn’t an issue. you have a large choice of free flow missions to pick from, priority missions which, are a few missions strung together with a narrative linking them and some choices to make, war zone missions and void missions which get progressively harder as they continue but give better rewards. There are also challenge maps that have you fighting continuous waves of enemies for better loot

The stages that you traverse look like they come straight from the source material. It’s full of derelict spaceship corridors, frozen planets, destroyed city’s or death worlds. While each stage mostly forces you to follow a path there is tons of objects that look like they belong in that universe, and most of it is destructible. I really liked how every enemy wasn’t just cultists, but how it differentiated between renegades, cultists, daemon worshipers, daemons before you even get to the dark elder and chaos marines.

Graphically the game looks good, but only supports up to HD, so on bigger screens some of the objects can appear blurry. There are tons of destructible objects (including cover), so when you are killing enemies stray shots put holes in objects or blow containers up. It does look like there was a high amount of work that has been put into it.

The voice work of the main characters was good, as some of the side characters (I loved the stilted speech of the tech priest). The crusaders inquisitor righteous speech’s sounds good, and there was enough humour in the comments between other followers on your ship that it didn’t get dull.

Multiplayer still seems active, it only took a couple of minutes to join a game, and loot seems to be unique per player. You can join a cabal and earn extra rewards for playing together. I think the game would be a lot more fun playing with a group of friends.

My thoughts for the DLC are under my Inquisitor: Prophecy review (https://steamcommunity.com/id/Carrionjr/recommended/1042800?snr=1_300_recommendgame__402) and hasn’t changed.

If you are wanting to get 100% achievements then you will need to purchase some of the DLC, as well as the expansion and be prepared to sink a fair amount of time into playing the game.
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Verfasst: 17.09.20 06:08
While there are many great trappings here it is simply not that well executed so the game loop gets rather old quickly. I could see how it would be a fun time with friends and the lore is solid but all told I am not engaged enough to see it through.
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Verfasst: 23.09.20 12:33
The developers still haven't fixed the Rapid Elimination Protocol bug that's been in the game since August 5th.
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Verfasst: 31.08.20 22:06
Not just another ARPG.

Inquisitor - Martyr is slightly different, each class not only has their unique skillset, but the gameplay mechanism also differs. As an example: Assassin is capable to dodge ((I mean actual physical dodge move, not just a statistic)), a Psyker uses his psychic abilities (think magic), which in return attract negative energies leading to potentially summoning demons, and explosions ((Harmful)). Which makes each class truly unique gaming experience.

The environments are really beautiful and I personally enjoy the very Warhamery Sci-Fi dark gothic setting, excellent music and voice acting.

The story is very interesting to a Warhammer fan, however the setting might be difficult to understand as someone unacquainted with the Warhammer world.
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Verfasst: 02.09.20 21:48
Bugs, crushes, bad optimisation, bad localisation, not comfort controls, hard to aim(target not always highlight under cursor), garbage meele, garbage psyker meele, graphic glitches. Sor guys can't play that.

Not bat story, good w40k looks. But not enougth to suffer technical and UI problems.
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Verfasst: 14.09.20 03:51
decent diablo like, great setting,
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Verfasst: 15.09.20 02:34
Meh. Actually it's pretty boring.
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Verfasst: 06.10.20 20:50
Greetings Imperial Citizen,

I shall tell you some imperial truth about Inquisitor Martyr (and it's Expansion Prophecy)

First of all citizen, you are looking at a big and long game with tons of content. Worthy of the Emperor's vast grace,
The Single Player Campaign alone is so long, that you easily will be between Level 60 and 70, if you want to serve the Imperium by doing all sidequests.

The Graphics are nothing world shaking. It fits the WH40k Lore, its dark and gritty. A little bit low res on some places but we are not on a Paradise World / Garden World citizen. This is War. You are constantly moving and purging. No time to pay attention to Details.

The Sound is fantastic citizen. The Sound of firing a Bolter or heavy Bolter against the Enemies of Mankind is deafening and truly a perfect representation of the Emperor's Wrath. The Death screams of the Xenos and Heretics dying left and right is purging done right. The Ambient Sounds also helps with the Immersion. The heavy steps of your Inquisitor gives really some weight to his movements. Music also fits but you are more exciting hearing the Bass Sound of a Bolter Round, transforming Xenos into Pinata.

The are a lot of Weapons for each Class. My first Playthrough was with a Ranged Inquisitor and his trusty Bolter Towers, which are great to get enemy Aggro. The variety of weapons is remarkable.
Las Pistols, Lasguns, Melter, Multimelter, Plasma Pistol, Plasma Rifles, Plasma Cannons, Grav Guns, Grav Cannons, Bolt Pistols, Bolters, Heavy Bolters, Grenade Launchers, Flamer, Heavy Flamer, various Types of Grenades, etc... + Melee Weapons like Thunderhammers, Chainswords, Power Axes and more because sometimes, you want to get close and Personal to purge the Heresy from the Face of the Galaxy.
Also you have defensive Items like Void Shields and such. And that was just for one Class.
The other Classes get other Weapons and Drops.

You can Purge Heretics and Xenos the Way you like citizen. If you want to be a litte heretical yourself, you can go with a Psyker Inquisitor. You will be able to cast lightning and more magic stuff. Usually you would be sentenced to Death by a 5 day Phosphex Bath for being an unsanctioned Psyker, but as long as you are doing your service for the Imperium, it will be postponed until it's over.
The other Class is the Assassin Inquisitor, but to me it looks like they are coming from the Vindicare Temple. This is when you want to one hit kill Xenos.
And we have the Mechanicus. It's a Summoner Class. You use Bots, Drones and Combat Mechs. A small Army doing the dirty work, while you stay behind collecting the drop. Your Bots do a better Job than those useless Guardsmen.

The Gameplay is pretty much like Diablo and any other Hack n Slash...or so it seems for the untrained eye citizen. This game requires tactic and knowing your surrounding. You will use cover and run from cover to cover, while going Bolters blazing and using your active skills. Almost all Cover can be destroyed, with sustained fire (depending on the Material and your Weapon). The Xenos and Heretics understand that as well and will use it against you. So be cautious or you will witness a second Istvan 3 dropsite Massacre, if you just go in the open.

The content is as i said: Big. And don't think it's over after the SP Campaign. Oh no citizen. The work and Service for the Imperium extends far beyond than just that. Void Missions, Sector Bar filling Missions, Astropath Missions, DLCs, Warzone, Ordo Missions, cleansing operations, targeting beacon Missions, Tarrot Quests, Arena with infinite Waves (Survival Mode) and PvP. Also more and more Sectors of the Galaxy will be gradually accessible over time (depending on the Devs).

Not all is fine and dandy tho.
Levels are repetitive and have not enough variety.
Missions are more or less the same.
Much of the additional content is basically a Gear check or grind heavy.
The Story falls flat.

But you are not here for the option to sweet talk to the Enemies of Mankind, you are not here to get your best ancient Relic Items presented to you on a silver plate, you are not here for the plotting, you are here for the Purging.
the Emperor Protects.
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Verfasst: 07.10.20 00:13
To put it short: This game should only be purchased if you are a fan of the hack & slash / action rpg genre such as Diablo, Torchlight, Grim Dawn and Path of Exile. If not, you are likely to be disappointed.

Figured i should put this in the title first so that people skimming the reviews will get a short answer on why i recommend it, i'll be going into more detail below. I've played a good amount of hours last year but never left a review. Seeing this is on sale at the moment, i figured it might be appreciated to chip in.

First off, the bad. It's quickly repetitive and might bore many people that aren't inherently interested in the genre itself. Game design is somewhat flawed as it fails to provide new things to keep things interesting. If it doesn't grab your interest and maintain it, it will fade quickly. This is mostly so thanks to the somewhat mediocre campaign, there's an enormous amount of filler, slow progress and a story that - whilst not bad per se - fails to pick up steam to keep you engaged, a few missions are more interesting than the others, but as a whole it's underwhelming. (free play on the other hand is pretty decent, more on that later) The other issue lies with build diversity. Having mostly played Psyker i have the broadest range of abilities to play with and i've tried almost all of it, but once you've found something that sticks with you, there's little reason to diversify or change up your build with possibly the exception of automata, which provide a unique challenge and require you to restructure your build and skills, but mission featuring those are unfortunately few and far between. Apart from that, if you ever decide to do change things up your build will quickly no longer function as intended and you're going to get hammered as enemy power creep kicks in.

Secondly, the game advertises on an idea of 'randomly generated maps' which is somewhat true until you realize its just the same dull set pieces randomly stitched together, which will quickly become apparent. Not that it matters since most of the maps are 'open' with very little variation.

While the devs have provided a huge amount of updates and a worthy expansion, none of them have really addressed the issue for me enough to really feel like it's going the best it can be. It's certainly a step in the right direction, but it still feels like as wide as an ocean, and as deep as a puddle, even though the puddle did get a bit deeper.

The good news though is that if it does stick with you, there's a huge range of content available for you to explore. And that's a good thing, because the game actually gets MUCH better once you start investing some time into it. Particularly free-play can provide unique difficulty with the use of so called 'tarots' that can really drive up the challenge. There's a huge array of customization for your character, the levels, the enemies you will face and game modes as well. The Void Crusades have been a particularly good update in that regard, which are very challenging as well. Character progression scales well and there's always something to keep striving for - i've played well over a hundred hours and i have yet to find a so called 'ceiling'. (though im sure you can get to that eventually).

As for presentation, it really nails the 40K powerfantasy. Audio isn't that amazing, but apart from that, everything's got a real kick to it - and they're not messing around when they mentioned this game was going to get gorey. You'll find the usual iconic weaponry you know from 40K along with a few more unique ones and almost all of them feel satisfying to use. (though they might not always be good weapon picks - the heavy bolter unfortunately being one of them much to my dismay)

All in all, there's a real good amount of content to sink your teeth in, but i would really only recommend it to the fans of the genre. You're going to have to bite into this to really make it stick and let its strong elements shine, but before you can get to that point you may already have quit out of frustration or boredom and leave disappointed.

I'm giving it a cautious recommendation for those who have the interest to pull through, but if you're on the fence about it, i would highly advise you to pass this game.
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Verfasst: 08.10.20 14:55
After purchasing this product yesterday I enjoyed several hours of getting to know the different classes. The game was fun as was expected and I was enjoying moderate progression.

Enter player 2, this is where the shit show began. I bought this game to play coop with a friend thinking we could share the fun. There is no fun to be had here in multiplayer, we trudged around a map and got pretty heftily geared which was nice with lots of lovely purply items. We got to the end of the level and the game crashed. (we both run rigs which can easily cope with this game) Weird I thought but no biggy its an online game we will just re-connect, we got reconnected and had lost all items. I had lose level progression but my friend had retained his levels but not his gear.

We entered another mission to smash more Tyrannid skulls, 30 minutes more game play and im pretty please with my new heavy flamer nioce :D. clearly the game wasnt as on completion of the mission I was stuffed like a turkey at christmas dinner again. NO GEAR NO LEVELS NO NADA. At least this time I wasnt alone.

Take three, benefit of the doubt beginning to subside very quickly, needless to say got fucked again.

Tedious like watching an orc collect wood for a fire we took to the glory of Reddit and other such outlets to receive the kind of information we should have pre-armed with in the initial buying stages.

1, The servers are shit.
2, The multiplayer is heavily broken.
3, this was a problem on launch.
4, this problem still isnt rectified.

Dont get me wrong I like the gameplay i really do and it makes me sad that I cannot slay FOR THE EMPORER's glory with a friend, its sad to say the game is good but the coop is a heretic.

Asked for a refund from steam who gave me the you have played it for longer than two hours spiel. If you want to try it do so but get to multiplayer fast to make your own mind up.
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2425 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.10.20 14:30
Pretty good ARPG
Pros:
1. Love the way the weapons feel upon impact.
2. Pretty good graphics
3. Replayability due to different classes
4. I clocked in at 40 hours with 2 different classes

Cons:
1. Wish the character would feel a little weighty as you are wearing power armour. Currently you feel quite light..
2. Map design could use a little love
3. Can feel a little repetitive at times

7/10
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Verfasst: 06.10.20 20:48
Looks good, gameplay is stale and dull.
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Verfasst: 16.11.20 23:15
Always needs to be connected, some characters are unbalanced, hit boxes are wonky, some connection issues, interface could use a newbie friendly overhaul, a lot of mechanics are not explained properly and the grind is egregious.... And yet, I still recommend this game to any 40K or ARPG fans. I could provide all the pros after I enumerated all these cons, but I'll do like the game: I'll let you find them out.
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Verfasst: 03.11.20 05:00
Definately scratches the itch I've had for playing a warhammer game. Not to mention just how everything feels incredibly flushed out. I'm... really happy with the fact i got this game.
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Verfasst: 19.11.20 19:39
It's not the best game in the genre, but it's quite enjoyable in its own right. There's a ton of loot to collect and experiment with, lots of story and side-missions spread over a pretty huge star map, and an awesome visual style befitting the Warhammer 40K universe.

Do not buy it for the story though. While it is pretty faithful to the W40K setting, it takes some serious liberties with what happens combat-wise (a lone Inquisitor taking on a squadron of Chaos Marines is a bit of a stretch, and that Inquisitor also surviving/winning is an even bigger leap).

Still, if you're a Warhammer 40K fan it's worth checking out, even if it is only to admire the amazing and grotesque visual style of some of the environments.

Hatred is the Emperor's greatest gift to humanity!
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1078 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.11.20 16:18
Feels like your on a rinse and repeat for every level.
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Verfasst: 26.11.20 20:16
Pros:
1) Smooth gameplay.
2) Decent graphics.
3) Co-opable.
4) Atmospheric.
5) Does not require 100s of hours to gear and equip a character.

Negatives:
1) Repetitive maps and missions.
2) Limited selection of classes archeotypes.
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327 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.11.20 15:45
Fun and enjoyable diablo-like in Warhammer 40k setting, I love this combination so far.
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Verfasst: 12.12.20 16:27
Although I have some fun with the game sometimes, overall the it's just too boring and not challenging enough. It mainly consists of grinding the same missions over and over to collect enough credits to upgrade your weapon for +2 extra damage. Basically all enemy types feel the same in attack and behavior patterns, whether they are Eldar or Tyranids or something else. Other ARPGs like Grim Dawn and even the years old Torchlight II do this a whole lot better with different enemies that require different engagement tactics. The cover system looks interesting at first, but is useless and not required at all in the end. The crafting mechanisms are good however, but without good ARPG mechanics they could've just as well be for a clicker game. In general that's just what it feels like, an idle game in which to just point the cursor at a monster and wait for it to explode. The WH40K universe deserves better.
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Verfasst: 29.12.20 21:52
It's basically the Van Helsing arpgs except in Warhamster 40k. If you like the setting it's real good. If not, it's still pretty good but up to you. Solid gameplay. A little bit jankier than the industry leaders in the genre, but there's a lot of cool stuff as well.

The Emperor Protects points out of Heretics Must Die.
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Verfasst: 21.12.20 15:29
Can you finally fix those bugs or your servers? I literally can't play co-op because game keep crashing for both of us and we lose progress and items we farmed. Annoying!
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Verfasst: 25.12.20 05:22
Full disclosure, at time of this review I've got an assassin in her mid-forties and have not tried the other classes.
I'll just break this down into components.
Visuals:4/5. The art direction here is on point, everything just oozes warhammer. The problem is that there's a functional aspect to visuals as well as an atmospheric one and the functional aspect of the visuals is suffering. It's hard to see what's going on. I feel like I have this problem with every diablo clone that's in 3d and I am beginning to wonder if leaving 2d was a mistake for the genre.
Music: 3/5, it's nice to see something other than chanting and organs for 40k but for the most part the most I can say about this is that it's unintrusive.
Voicework: 2/5 There's a lot of spoken dialogue, and overall it's uninspired. Usually it's unintrusive, but occasionally it's bad enough to take you out of the experience.
Action Gameplay: 3/5. So, I think that skills based on weapon type is a great idea for this type of game and I'm glad to see someone try it. There's enough variety that just trying all the different weapons to see what feels good will take you a few hours, which is all good fun. Once that wears off, though the flow of combat itself is in one of two places. Either you're zooming through everything with an outrageous clearspeed and it feels very smooth but not particularly satisfying, or you're getting chunked very hard by attacks and effects that quite honestly aren't signposted very well at all. Against daemonhost boss types I've been hitting them in the back and not seeing an attack animation come out of them, but I'll just take damage as if I were facetanking a combo attack. It's extremely frustrating. Overall I actually wish combat was slower and heavier. It would resonate with the 40k aesthetic better. On top of this, the keyboard controls are uncomfortable for action play and the controller has some serious issues with user interface. You also can't switch back and forth freely during gameplay, so you're stuck with either a clunky menu or clunky combat controls.
RPG Elements:1/5. You can't really assess a skill tree unless you make multiple builds, which I haven't done, but the gear system is literally the worst I have ever seen. Five levels of gear with randomized stat affixes and no naming system to indicate that this sword gives you shield on hit and that sword gives you increased crit chance. Even the highest rarity level of items are unnamed and entirely randomized! It's just so disappointing to me, because it's always such a good feeling to find a unique you can use, even if it's only for a while when you're leveling, and the unique being just a generic collection of random affixes just kills a big part of the appeal of playing these kinds of games. I like the feeling of having a legendary sword with a cool name that explodes when you hit people with it, and when that legendary weapon drops, I like knowing that whatever else may be the case about this sword, it explodes when I hit people with it. The character sheet is cluttered, because much like way too many games these days, there is a laundry list of stats which mostly don't matter in the slightest.

I only recommend this game because it's on sale for a generous discount right now, and I would only recommend it to people who are diehard fans of both isometric arpgs and warhammer 40k who have exhausted themselves with the other entries in the genre.
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Verfasst: 08.12.20 19:09
any fan of the diablo series will enjoy this (ignoring D3 which is shit). and being a warhammer fan is another plus. hope to see necrons and orks at some point. some wonkiness but nothing that cant be worked around. but all end game content being single player is a let down. the devs have said they will try to implement MP for end game content
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1559 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.01.21 18:14
I played with friend and we was forced to do 1 missons 6 times over cuz the master server just kept on crashing


yeah
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537 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.01.21 04:26
Bought this game with a friend to play in Co-op.

The servers used for Co-op are unstable and disconnect us 50% of the time. Want to know what happens when you are killing the last objective of the map and it disconnects? you lose all your progress and loot gained so far on that map... ALL of it. My friend and I were able to play maybe 50% of the maps without disconnection but that means 50% of the time we walked away feeling like we wasted our time and effort and money.

We bought the game around the holidays so I cut them some slack and assumed it was a server overload. The issue remains today, a month later, with no indication that a fix is coming or that they are even trying. This is not an isolated incident happening to just me. It pops up all over the support channel and forums started in December. What makes this Thumbs down review tragic is the game is actually really fun when it works, but if I buy a game for co-op in coordination with a friend and that feature is busted, it doesn't matter how good the game is. Hope they fix it soon so I can flip this review around.
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Verfasst: 09.01.21 22:18
Warhammer 40k feeling with a lot of gore and even more fun!

It´s great on your own but even better with friends!
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Verfasst: 20.01.21 22:26
I am enjoying the game so far. The story arc is quite entertaining and I have mostly been soloing the content so far. I have applied to multiple Cabals(Guilds) but I have not had any replies yet.
If it's on sale and you want a fun game. I would highly recommend the game.
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Verfasst: 04.02.21 10:25
Was awesome before seasons, but it's no longer worth your time as it becomes too much of an investment of time just to keep up with it. 3-6 month seasons, on a game that isn't good to be played daily is just.. yeah, too much.

Cool game though if you can ignore all that seasonal shit, it was good fun and probably worth the price;
Especially with friends this game is a gem.

So I'd recommend if you plan to play casually and ignore seasons.
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Verfasst: 11.02.21 14:50
I'm really enjoying this game. I'm a fan of ARPGs and find this is one of my favorites. I'm not a Warhammer guy in particular, so that is not what attracted me to the game. Picked it up on sale, and really glad I did. Good character build options based around skills, passive talents, perks, and gear. One thing that I find different from most other ARPGs is that the missions in this game can often be run very quickly. Some may last 15 minutes, while others can be less than two minutes with the right build. I'm finding I really like that.

I previously gave the game a negative review because of one bad experience. After about 150 hours of gameplay, I went to put some things into the in game storage only to find that everything I had been saving - many items of which are important for end game - had completely vanished. I was ready to shelf the game after that, but put a question about it to support. Support gave a timely response and let me know the game has a built in protection for that kind of situation. All it required was a simple game restart. After losing everything, I hadn't done that because I was so disheartened. I started the game again (this was about 24 hours later) and everything was back. I commend the timely response and a game design that protects the players' time and effort. I get the feeling these devs really care about their player base and they've made me a fan.
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Verfasst: 12.02.21 01:00
It's enjoyable for what it is. It's a very typical ARPG with some nicely done art. I've been pottering about with a sniper assassin and even my old and slow reflexes can keep up so far as I plod through the story.

Nothing earthshatteringly revolutionary but it's perfectly adequate at the current sale price point if you have a 40K itch needing scratching. Don't often enjoy ARPG's of this style but it's kept me interested for nearly a couple of hours and I'll be back for more.

Obviously limited play time but no performance or stability issues so far for me. (5600x, 1080sc, 16gb ram, win 10 64 bit, @1440p)
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Verfasst: 05.03.21 21:23
This is a really fun APRG, especially as a Warhammer 40K fan! Definitely way better than it's Fantasy counterpart, Chaosbane, so if you're deciding between the two, go for Inquisitor all the way. This game has been through a lot of updates, vastly improving the game over the years. Just be mindful a lot of guides may be for older versions of the game.

So, the story is pretty decent. An inquisitor killing all the enemies they do in this game is a little hard to believe, but the suspension of belief is needed for the great gameplay. There's a large variety of enemies including rebel guardsmen, chaos (Khorne and Nurgle), eldar, dark eldar, tyranids, and mechanicus robots. Some of those may be from the Prophecy expansion - like mechanicus. It's pretty fun encountering such a wide range of enemies and they're all fun to kill with the many weapons at your disposal from thunder hammers to bolters and psyker spells. Best of all, you can hold two sets of weapons and swap between them. The way builds work support this too. You can go all in on physical damage and go for a physical melee on one set, and physical range on another for example.

In the base game there are three classes: Assassin, Crusader, and Psyker. Prophecy adds a fourth class so I will talk about that in prophecy review. I only tried Crusader and Psyker but loved them both. Crusader I played both melee and range. Honestly had way more fun with melee. Though it really gets good in the end game where the build really comes together with slotted equipment. Even though the build may be melee, there are a ton of maneuverability options like teleporters and jetpacks to get in and out of the fray.

Gunplay includes a cover system but honestly I rarely used it and would just kite enemies or kill them before they reach me. Most bosses seemed to be able to blast through cover anyways. Guns and psyker skills are super satisfying to use though, warhammer 40k weaponry is just a lot of fun. Psyker is this games version of a magician. You can run around casting spells all day and it can be super fun. Instead of consuming mana, you basically use more and more energy and if too much is done, can start hurting yourself or throwing out anomalies such as spawning demons or harmful vortexes. It's neat though - I like being able to risk casting more spells instead of having to wait for mana regen. Alternatively, can just switch to a staff weapon and cooldown that way.

The game has a morality system but you really want to always choose one moral path or the other. Roleplaying and going for both decisions can screw you over as you won't be able to get the moral skill trees unless go all-in on one path. Co-op is also a bit frustrating as the guest player must always go with the host player's decision. This is bad since Psyker really benefits the most from Radical, while Crusader would benefit more from Puritan. Also not all missions are available in co-op so every once and a while forced to disband to do single player missions in a tank or walker. These missions are OK. Honestly kind of a waste of time since you don't get any experience or items. The novelty wears after the third time it makes you do do this really, if not sooner. I guess I appreciate a break from the normal gameflow.

Although I kinda wish there was a way to skip the campaign with a new character. It's needed to unlock all systems, provides good experience, etc. But it's just so long and the end game content and normal side missions are so much faster and more fun. Void Crusades are a ton of fun with a lot of great rewards! Just gets frustrating to have to play through the campaign again to unlock them and then actually get high enough level to make them worth going through.

That said, one playthrough on one character is definitely worth it. I just got kinda burnt out playing through the campaign on 3 characters (I had 2 crusaders, one for co-op one for single player). Co-op was fun when it worked but we had many issues with disconnects and rubber banding. Made it kind of frustrating so I would often play by myself after a co-op session. I do really enjoy the game though and kept playing even after the story was done and curious enough to make multiple characters. Making builds was fun. I do plan on coming back to resume end-game play on my melee crusader. Just so much fun to smash demons up close like I'm doom guy in an ARPG.
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Verfasst: 23.02.21 14:17
Warhammer 40k: Inquisitor - Martyr
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A solid Warhammer 40k Arpg with tons of content and a solidstory.
Brutal, good voice acting and the soundtrack fits the world of 40k.
Its not a fantastic Arpg. but its a solid action game with rpg elements.
If you are a fan of this universe then get it.
if you are a fan of Arpgs then i would wait for a sale.

I have fun in this title, thge only thing i dont like is that everything is server sided.
Progress etc, all server sided. So beware when you buy this title.
Lets hope if they ever stop supporting the title we get our savegames from their server.

Enjoy the game !
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Verfasst: 21.02.21 21:04
First of all its a Great game, but...

Impossible to play CO-OP.
Even with the bare minimum of 2 people, its a rubberband-fest and eventually you DC midway the mission lose your loot and any progress. Not a great experience, one which could easily be fixed if you bypass the servers entirely and have 1 player host or even better LAN.

TL:DR
If your servers are made out of plywood, don't force your players to use them.
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Verfasst: 11.02.21 07:55
Servers keeps disconnecting. Really frustrating. Never had this before but these days almost impossible to play. SHame it was fun while it lasted
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Verfasst: 19.02.21 04:32
Definitely a fun game. Like Diablo but with Warhammer 40K. Artwork is fantastic. Each class definitely has it's own way of playing. If you like 40K, you'll definitely like this. There are main quests and side quests so there's plenty of content, especially with the DLCs
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Verfasst: 12.02.21 01:26
tl;dr It is alright.

I got it on sale for 15$ and it was certainly worth that price. I would have a hard time recommending it for the full retail value of 50$ when it alternatives like POE and Diablo 3 are just better. But the WH40k universe is just fun to play in, and this being a descent ARPG allows you to do that.

End game is a bit shallow and repetitive, but we are talking about ARPG so ...

I would say the story/plot is light years better than POE, but you do have to have some WH40k knowledge to appreciate it, otherwise its just background.
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Verfasst: 22.03.21 18:03
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr Review

Diablo meets Warhammer 40,000…

Some key points that this game offers:

1. Different Character Classes
2. The Full Warhammer 40,000 experience
3. Unique Skill Tree Selections
4. Top-down action oriented

Gameplay & Controls:

The game handles like a dream! Character control is smooth and point. We have options on how to control the character. On PC you can click and hold the LMB and your character will pretty much move in the direction the mouse is. This can be turned off if you prefer not to move like that. Using the LMB is also our main attack button. There are a variety of other controls we make use of. These are namely for our belt abilities, such as grenades or force fields.

The game is very similar to that of our beloved Diablo series and this is what makes this game so amazing… A Diablo like game would work perfectly; The Warhammer 40,000 universe has the size, scale, and lore to make an unforgettable game.
However, with Inquisitor – Martyr they created a brand new sector just for the placement of this game and that is where our story comes in. As an abandoned battleship appears out of nowhere in the Caligari sector, you are requested to investigate this occurrence…

From the moment you got close to this ghost vessel, things turned dire… Your ship got shut down and the vessel is infested by the worshippers of Nurgle… Things turn darker and darker here as you learn the ship's true identity and what has transpired abroad this once might Fortress Monastery.

There are three character classes you can choose from; The Psyker, a powerful area-attack with debuff spells. There is the Crusader, a slow but heavily armored warrior, and then the Assassin, fast, agile, and deadly, but lightly armored. These three characters are powerful to wield and will bring destruction to the Emperor's enemies.

Each of these characters has three expertise and you choose one of them when creating a character. These expertise are similar to character specialization such as ranged or melee combat and giving you specific boosts based on which selection you go with.

They also make use of a very unique set of Skill Trees, some exclusive to their class but the rest are unlockable as you progress. There are a variety of skill trees each offering unique abilities to enhance the power of your Inquisitor.

There is the Health passive that specializes in increasing your maximum health, Damage over time, Ranged Combat, Defense, Support, and many others. Each of these trees has a variety of upgrades you can unlock by investing passive points into them, making your inquisitor that much more powerful. We have our own crafting section where we can craft and dismantle loot we do not need, the materials gained from this can then be used to craft new weapons and gear. The game's healing system is just as unique. Unlike other games where you have health packs or potions, here you have the Inoculator, a device that you can set up with a variety of abilities that does a whole lot more than just heal you!

Suppression resistance, increase damage and several more other unique abilities can be made use of here. Another extra that this game has that is quite rewarding and unique is the unique cover system that you and the enemies can use throughout the levels. This offers a whole new level of tactical gameplay and devastation options. Every level is also filled with a variety of describable environments that further adds to the carnage of purging the heretic…

Graphics:

Quite beautiful, The Warhammer 40,000 universe is dark and very grim. There is only war and the game pictures that perfectly. Level detail is impeccable with so much detail added to each unique environment. The sheer number of destructible objects is remarkable and albeit simple, it really adds to the experience.

The backdrops such as planetary views in the different subsectors are absolutely gorgeous; sporting a variety of different colour spectrums to add to the beauty and mystery that is deep space. Character modelling was done just as beautifully. Each character is adorned and outfitted in their own unique get up that accurately represents the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

The lighting and shows for the game have been implemented just as beautifully offering that extra level of detail and beauty to the game.

Sounds:

What is a game without a good soundtrack… What is a Warhammer 40,000 title without those deep authoritarian voices that expresses their hatred and need to exterminate every Heretic, Mutant, and Xeno found in the galaxy…

This game has an absolutely stunning soundtrack that enhances the overall experience of the game, it has further improved with the fantastic background music we have. Combined they bring this game to life in such a rewarding way.
Voice over artists did a great job bringing their characters to life with stellar voice acting.

Replayability:

Although the game does not have multiple endings, there are two unique skill tree branches can only be unlocked by making unique decisions based on one of them. So, to unlock them completely it will require two characters. With the different playable characters and the excellent gameplay, it is more than worth it to play the game with each of the characters at least once.

The game also offers a variety of additional missions which act as side quests that you can undertake. At the end of the day, you want that god tier loot and that requires grinding…

The game also sports co-op play so you can play the game with friends or if you're up to the task, take things PvP…

MGR Gaming’s Conclusions:
Spoilers Ahead:

The game we never knew we needed! It is a rather strange thing that nobody thought about making a Diablo like game with the Warhammer 40,000 universe… The two go together perfectly and there are endless possibilities.

Inquisitor – Martyr is off to a great start with fantastic, yet challenging and rewarding gameplay. Beautifully created levels and a mysterious story that you can’t get enough of. It does a great job of not just copying everything from Diablo over, but coming up and presenting its own unique mechanics and features.

There is the Perk system that is rather new and quite brilliant, which gives your character a variety of options to enhance their prowess. There are the expansive Skill Trees that offer so many build options for every class. There is that nifty inoculator that is pretty much badass and something I have yet to experience in any other game thus far. Completely new and absolutely brilliant.

A wide range of weapons fit for close or ranged combat is at your disposal giving you so many options to go with. You can truly build yourself an Inquisitor that can stand against the tide of Darkness and with a single blow, lay waste to the enemies of the Emperor.

There is a dedicated roadmap of additional content and improvements to come, but what we have so far is pretty fun and enjoyable.

There are a few issues though, the lack of a variety in levels. Pretty much every level feels and looks the same with a few slight changes. More variety in levels would have made the game feel less repetitive, and unfortunately, as a looter game, there is a lot of grinding to get better gear and increase your level.

The Official trailer for Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr.
https://youtu.be/GbzUuPRFg-M

Score 7

By: MGRza
Date: 15 June 2018

Additional Info:

Platforms: PC: Xbox One: PlayStation 4
Genre: Action: Action RPG: Adventure: Aliens: Co-op: Futuristic: Games Workshop: Gore: Hack and Slash: Indie: Isometric: Loot: Multiplayer: Online Co-Op: Open World: RPG: Sci-fi: Singleplayer: Violent: Warhammer 40K
Censor Rating: Blood & Gore: Violence
Age Rating: 17
Developer: NeocoreGames
Publisher: NeocoreGames
Release Date: 5 June 2018

MGR Gaming Steam Curator:
https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32364038/
MGR Gaming:
https://www.mgrgaming.co.za
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Verfasst: 29.03.21 04:26
I currently have 56 hours playtime and I still seem to be playing through the campaign, or at the very least I'm still receiving story missions. Its really well done and while it can be repetitive at times, I have to ask which games aren't? There is a lot to like about this iteration of the 40K universe. Here's my list!

  • A map that makes the game feel deceptively massive - Travel to Sectors which have systems that have a number of planets within.
  • Quite a varied amount of terrain maps from industrial cities & stations with corridors to open outdoor environments. Lots of detail and most things are destructible - best of all it looks and feels very true to the universe.
  • Tons of enemy variety rendered with high quality animations.
  • Overwhelming amount of gear and customisation (I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all)
  • Lots of events & ways to reward your time.
  • I just learned about the Tarrot card system which allows you to add modifiers to a mission that grant bonuses and ramp up the difficulty.
  • For all the Pyro's there is a heavy flamer and you can purge the Xenos with righteous fire!


One last thing I'd like to say is that I've been watching this one for a long time. While it was in EA I almost bought it on a couple occasions but the comments were mostly negative and I held off. I cannot say for sure whether the game was a stinker early on but consider this - Its been supported after release for 3 years and Neocore have steadily improved it in that time. If you like ARPGS or Warhammer 40K I highly recommend this one. It is always best to wait for a sale and to purchase the complete edition as there are alot of extra missions & cosmetics included as well as the DLC.
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1094 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.04.21 18:01
Boring ARPG, gosh. Couldn't hold me in game for long.
If devs can expand on what they did here, more foe type (this is secondary), more terrain types (crucial), more active skills (crucial, u have only 4, light and heavy attack + 2 active skills, it's a shame) then and only then they will create something really interesting and unique, in few words, I surely will buy Martyr 2 if the sequel will ever see a light of course.
In other words, please if you are a fan of Wh40K support this game, it doesn't cost much atm & could bring us an awesome sequel.
If you are looking for an awesome arpg in wh40k this isn't the case, not yet
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528 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.03.21 02:31
1. This is what you get when the guys making the trailer know more about 40k than the guys making this game.
2. The default control setup of this game is absolute heresy and trash
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Verfasst: 21.03.21 15:55
Solid game in general. It is a very true representation of the 40K universe, which is rarely seen in video games these days. Fun gameplay, interesting advancement mechanics for your characters and expected amounts of loot.
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Verfasst: 29.04.21 17:10
loved the game at first everything about the 40k universe is spot on, 90hours in with a great character build. however logged on for the first time in a month and it says i am banned with no explanation on why, devs are no help as i have never cheated or played the pvp aspect of the game. very annoyed and frustrated anyway once you pass the main contents and the somewhat overpriced and lackluster DLC's it can get repetitive very quickly. always online aswell if internet drops for some reason it kick you out of the game. they have my money wont be buying anything again from neocore games. Also there is no EULA when starting the game and no VAC ban in place it seems i may have to pursue this further
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Verfasst: 04.05.21 17:04
Fast review to support the game.

If you like Hack'n slash combined with good storytelling, AND you're a fan of Warhammer,
this game is a must have in your library, and don't forget to get the DLC Prophecy.
Some people havs complained over bad controlls. I play Mouse/Kb and it's perfectly fine.

Extended review coming soon ™.
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Verfasst: 19.05.21 21:09
[h1] Suffer not the unclean to live [/h1]
Games Workshop’s approach to the video game industry is something that I have always found baffling. When it comes to such a robust IP as Warhammer 40k, one could expect a triple A title released by a major publisher. It might have been the case when PC WH40k was unanimous with Dawn of War and its expansions. That said, it was 15 years ago and since then Warhammer games have spread far and wide. Truth be told, WH 40k licensed games appear as a steady stream of mostly charming mediocrity, with some honourable exceptions. Does Inquisitor - Martyr set itself apart from this trend? The short answer is no. On the other hand, it is a perfectly decent hack’n’slash game in its own right, set in WH40k universe. If you happen to enjoy both, this title suddenly becomes a perfect proposition.

Thrice-blessed plot armour
As the title subtly implies, Inquisitor - Martyr allows the player to step into the boots of the member of His holy inquisition. A highly secretive organisation, foremost dedicated towards ensuring that the Imperium of Mankind at large remains unaware of existence of Chaos Gods and their corrupting influence. Having a 40k game that doesn’t revolve around Space Marines is a welcome change of pace. Although, that doesn’t make the scale of the protagonist’s exploits any smaller. Quite the contrary even. As Inquisitor’s chosen genre decrees, the player’s kill count quickly flies well into thousands - heretic cultists, xenos and even daemonic hordes drop like flies. Feats of righteous slaughter portrayed in the game would quickly establish the protagonist as one of the greatest champions of the Imperium. Speaking of the campaign, it is a robust one. Base game takes well over 20 hours to beat and should you happen to own Complete Collection with all the DLCs this time can swell up to impressive 40 hours of play.

Inquisitor - Martyr tells a story of mysterious ship “the Martyr”, a mighty vessel once commanded by an excommunicated Inquisitor. The protagonist’s investigation of the giant starship soon sets in motion a chain of events that will determine the future of the entire Caligari sector and innumerable millions of Imperial subjects within. DLCs introduce smaller side-plot such as incursion of Chaos Marines or repelling a Dark Eldar raid. Admittedly, the Inquisitor’s writing is strangely uneven. Some plot threads reveal very basic information, seemingly having players less familiar with the setting in mind, while others require a fundamental understanding of the WH 40k to be fully enjoyed. It is perfectly understandable that the developers didn’t want to completely alienate the general audiences, although the attempt comes off as an inconsistency rather than a virtue. On the brighter note, Inquisitor - Martyr introduces a number of interesting ideas, bound to pick up the attention of the universe fans.
[url] https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2491926968 [/url]
Tools of trade
With all due respect, hack’n’slash genre isn’t exactly best known for its narrative prowess. Such games are all about fun combat, piles of shiny loot and growing your character to be ever more powerful. Inquisitor’s gameplay loop provides a solid, if simple, combat system around which the game just keeps on growing and adding new elements. Inquisitor’s combat divides into 3 categories – melee, ranged and class powers, each category is represented by a dedicated character. Crusader, assassin and psyker respectively. Every class has a dedicated set of equipment and the character’s skills depend exclusively on the currently selected weapon.

On top of that, Inquisitor has a bit strange, yet curious character progression system via set of passive trees, most of which have to be first unlocked by meeting specific criteria. For instance, to unlock physical attacks tree, one needs to deal sufficient amount of such damage type first. Passive effects-oriented system means that statistics behind the weapon improve but an aimed sniper shot remains the same 60 levels later. The gun doesn’t suddenly grow an extra barrel or double the fire rate just because your character gained combat experience. Despite all the intricacies of the combat system, the fact remains the skill range available at hand is highly limited. To some, this might make the combat feel stale, although repetition is always a tricky subject when it comes to an inherently grindy hack’n’slash genre. However, should the quirks of combat prove not too off-putting Inquisitor - Martyr is a game that just keeps on giving, seemingly indefinitely.

Only in death does duty end
Sizeable campaign of the game is in practice a series of randomly generated maps, drawing from a couple of corridor presets and environments. Story missions are set apart, thanks to a voiceover by the protagonist and his retinue. It would be rather unremarkable if not for the fact that Inquisitor has fantastic voice acting, especially for the main characters. On top of that, each character class is in essence different inquisitorial agent played by separate voice actor and while they have mostly identical dialogue, there are subtle differences to better represent their background. The Crusader is my favourite, his voice convincingly oozing self-righteousness.
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“Map by map” gameplay loop of Inquisitor - Martyr gives the game a very open structure. Take note, this title starts very slow, gradually opening up to the player. Alas, the very opening of the game is plain clunky, only after some time, with level and campaign progression more and more content opens up for the player: PvP feature, free exploration of Caligari sector, crafting system, optional modifiers that increase difficulty in exchange for greater rewards, crusades rewarding player with even better loot and the list just keeps growing. During my leisurely playthrough, I was nearly 100 hours into the game when I completed the final story mission, which to my surprise, unlocked 2 further survival-style DLC gameplay modes.

Missions themselves come in a considerable objective variety. While each deployment encourages the player to kill everything that moves, it’s rarely the primary objective. Destroying a strategic fortification, rallying loyalist forces and taking control of an area, holding out against waves of enemies or saving a besieged VIP, to name a few. Those are hardly groundbreaking, albeit combined with the options already mentioned, the amount of ways to capitalise on slaying the enemies of mankind becomes ludicrous. The meat for the grinder is also senisbly varied - most of the enemies are chaos-related, although both craftworld and dark Eldar are also present in the game and even the Tyranids show their spiky tendrils.

Pass the Emperor’s judgment
In the end, Inquisitor - Martyr at large repeats the story of many other Warhammer games. It is a mediocre title with a heart, however unremarkable for the general public, it is appealing to the fans of the setting who I believe to be the ultimate target audience of such games. Despite a number of minor bugs, such as distorted voicelines and melee weapons awkwardly floating around the characters and some odd design choices, in my eyes this game does stand out among other WH40k licensed titles, even if just barely. On that note, I can easily recommend the game to all who enjoy hack’n’slash genre. Inquisitor does require a certain patience but it can give countless hours of fun in return.
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10944 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.05.21 22:05
If you're a fan of the Warhammer universe, this game has been a lot of fun. Lots of customization can lead to interesting builds for all types of play styles. I have been playing for about 76 hours, and still have not finished the DLC content. Enjoyable!
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2228 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.05.21 09:51
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor is an action RPG similar to Grim Dawn and Diablo, set in the Warhammer 40k universe. This review is after playing through the Martyr original game, and the Prophecy expansion.

The biggest difference compared to other aRPGs is that your combat skills are linked to the weapons you’ve equipped, rather than unlocking them from a skill tree. Each weapon has four different attacks, you can have two weapons equipped and can swap between them at the press of a button.

There’s a wide range of weapons to choose from including sword, axe, hammer, pistol, flamethrower, laser rifle, plasma, melta, and probably a few others that I’m forgetting. Melee weapons come in one and two hand varieties, and you can dual wield or equip a shield. There should be something to suit everybody’s playing style.

I experimented with a few different weapons, personally I thought the melee weapons felt a bit slow, so eventually I settled on a flamethrower and laser rifle combination. As you would expect, the flamethrower’s standard cone attack can hit multiple enemies together at close range, but it can also lob fireballs quite far which will take out groups of enemies, and it can set an area on fire for a few seconds, killing the enemies which are dumb enough to walk through it (and I can confirm the AI is pretty dumb). Meanwhile the laser rifle has a rapid fire mode which is nice for killing single targets with higher health, which made it a perfect secondary weapon.

The game has a lot of content. Its taken me 37 hours to finish the main story missions and a couple of lengthy chains of side quest missions which had their own story. There’s also a lot of randomly generated missions if you want to grind for more XP/loot. The best missions have your inquisitor assisting the defence of planets that are being invaded by enemies, which feels like you’re part of a big war.

The story is okay. Its very detailed, which could be a good or bad thing depending on how familiar you are with W40K lore. It involves lots of factions that I’ve seen in other games, such as the Astra Militarum, Adeptus Mechanicus, Space Marines, Chaos, Eldar, but I don’t have a huge knowledge of the history and politics, so there were times where I felt a bit lost. I enjoyed it more in the last couple of chapters which focused on a specific character.

I have to say though, my efforts to understand what was happening were not helped by the fact that this is another of those games that frequently has your character talking to an ally over a radio while you’re in the middle of combat. “Sorry, what was that? I can’t hear you over the gunfire and the explosions. Call me back later”.

Another thing that annoyed me was that if you lose internet connection while playing, you’ll be dumped back to the main menu, losing whatever progress you made during the current mission. Even if you’re playing in single player mode. There is simply no excuse for this.

W40K Inquisitor – Martyr/Prophecy isn’t great, but it isn’t terrible either. Its better than the developer’s previous game, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing (another action RPG), but that isn’t a high bar to get over. Fans of Warhammer might enjoy it but I’d recommend waiting for the deepest sale.
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3347 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.05.21 17:44
Its a diablo-like 40k game. a love of 4k really helps
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214 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.05.21 13:02
i played it for couple of hours so far and having a lot of fun. some minor things could have been improved but its a very fun experience.
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5175 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.06.21 16:43
To be very, very clear:
- This is a Warhammer 40k flavored DIablo Clone.
If that is what you're looking for, this game is amazing and I love it cuz I'm a 40k fan.
It's like it was tailor made for idiots like me.
- All your favorite 40k baddies are here - from Chaos Legions to Khorne Daemons, from Eldar of both types to tyranids, Traitor Guard, Cultists...they're ALL here.
And you get to fight them, Diablo style, in extremely gruesome combat.
Blood soaks the walls here, but Blood for the Blood God, right?
Right.
- You could maybe find a better Diablo Clone elsewhere? If that's what you want? To be fair.
I dunno. I liked this much better than Diablo 3, and I put 40 or 50 hours into that.
I know for a fact I'll put 200 hours or more into this. And god forbid I stumble into any online stuff, but I've got no one to play with at the moment, and I'm still building my character.
I just passed level 60.
o if you're a 40k fan, buy it.
If you're curious about 40k and this looks like fun, well...hell, it IS fun.
It's Diablo 40k.
What else could one ask for?
- With all the DLC, this game is BONKERS.
That is all.
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2621 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.06.21 15:31
Great game (picked up the complete collection on sale with 75% off). This game should have had way more exposure. Also the most popular YouTube reviews are way out of date as there has been a lot of changes since launch. Have to say:
- Great immersive campaign and universe.
- Really nice graphics for an ARPG (even on my donkey of a GTX 870m).
- Great music, effects and voice acting (well from the main protagonist, others can be variable).
- Enjoyable game-play. It's about D2 / Grim Dawn pace, which I enjoy, but not as fast as POE / D3.
- Great skills system / build variety.
- Great Crafting, craft items, mod items, mod mods, mod skills, mod flasks.

- Only negatives I have is that be careful what you name your account as you can't change it from 'in game' and the cover system is stupidly annoying, but I've basically turned it off in the options which makes the game a much smoother experience although you do sometimes get stuck on terrain a bit and can get a little janky.
- Also strongly recommend binding W/S for back/forward and A/D for rotate camera right/left (unless you really like using your middle mouse button), which you'll sometimes need to do although you can just click to move it makes the whole experience a lot better in my opinion and the same way I play Sacred 2.

It feels like Diablo II LoD in space, but better. I really don't understand the negative reviews (I don't play coop so can't really comment on that). I have several thousand hours in Diablo II & III and what I miss from those games is a believable world and story telling that makes you feel part of the world. Which is what a sorely missed after also playing a couple of thousand hours of Path of Exile, which just feels like playing a game. Well I feel very immersed in the Warhammer 40,000 universe (which I know little about, which may help) and feel part of the story.

Very strongly recommend picking up the complete collection on sale.
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3358 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.06.21 12:33
I nteresting aRPG made by the devs of the Van Helsing trilogy.

What I liked:

- Excellent action-focused combat. Throwing a grenade in a group of enemies, jumping in the middle of the explosion with your jet pack and finishing off the remaining enemies with a chain saw sword feels incredible.

- The ability to increase the difficulty for every mission (with higher rewards) is superb, since lots of aRPG's are way too easy. In the random missions you can use tarot cards for extra challenges (and rewards) which is great as well.

- Lots of loot, crafting, enchanting, improving gear and upgrades in over a dozen categories make the game very addictive.

- Built-in clan system with additional rewards.

What I didn't like:

- You have only 4 skills to use in combat and the skill set depends on your weapon. There is no unlocking of additional skills later in the game, which makes it rather repetitive after a while.

- Graphics are mediocre. The base game lacks variety in environments and many objects are re-used over and over again. Luckily the expansion adds several new and unique environments.

- The game requires a permanent internet connection for no good reason at all.

Score: 7.8/10
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1944 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.06.21 02:51
Extremely boring, also I always get kicked out of my game for no reason saying I got disconected from the server, when I check my internet is ok. Wasn´t it supposed to be an offline game? Why do I need to stay constantly connected to the internet?

Can´t recommend this one.
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6352 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.06.21 15:22
Much of the elements of Dawn of War 2 are present in this game. Good story, mission flexibility, multiple upgrade paths, customization, etc. The combat is okay. Not as fast as a typical hack and slash, but if you have controlled one of the units from DoW2, then that is comparable. There is a lot of 40K garbage out there, but this is not garbage. I have been waiting a long time for a deep discount on this, and I am not disappointed. Worth it for solo-play campaign, and after tutorial can be played co-op.
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4816 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.06.21 22:15
A good WH40k ARPG with a surprisingly decent campaign and really, really crunchy combat. Seriously, moving around and hitting enemies in this game just feels right in a way that most ARPGs could only dream of feeling like.
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48368 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.07.21 06:57
How many companies let you pay for DLC with in game money? Huh? How many?
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567 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.07.21 23:43
I truly wish this game wasn't so tediously boring. After 2 hours it lost its luster. It became a chore to load this game up and play through whatever you can call the campaign. If you can call it a story. You'll play the same environments, the same hubs, collecting gear that all resemble each other with different colored paint slapped on em. I love the lore of 40k, but this game doesn't capture it. If you're coming from a 40k high, either from reading the books or playing the table top, this game won't sustain you. Or maybe it will. Different strokes for different folks.

I was just honestly let down, my expectations loading this up were way to high. My wide smile quickly turned flat and my eyes glossed over as the 15th mission I played pretty much resembled the first. Fighting hordes of chaos daemons was THRILLING at first, but the longer you play the less threatening and imposing they became. In my play-through I didn't see Chaos marines or did I fight with other Space Marines (maybe I didn't get far enough into it?).

Great template though! If they just put a little bit more elbow grease into this, it would be a really great game that captures the deprivation of the 40k atmosphere. I wish I could be neutral here. I would only recommend this game on a deep sale, between 30% - 50% (yea seriously). Don't pay full price, I truly believe you won't get your money's worth. GAME ON MY FRIENDS!

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1005 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.07.21 19:43
This turned out to be very repetitive and grindy. First few hours were fun but then the game really started to get super repetitive.
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357 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.07.21 17:06
well kinda meh but now 2021 witth some DLC ok - good like Ascent solid 7/10

8/10 if u <3 W40K
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1371 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.07.21 17:21
Do you love Diablo 3? Do you love Warhammer 40K? This game marries the two together and gives you the chance to run around melting the enemy. A lot of gear to grind for, for sure once you have the right gear and stats you just feel like a god.

Defs a fun game to grind if you looking for a 15 minute break from the everyday. Easy to jump and out of and not have to invest a lot of daily time.
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5030 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.07.21 20:53
The game had a rocky start from when I read a lot of the reviews of the game, and then I also read that 2.0 fixed a lot of things. I was very skeptical about the game; I know warhammer is a beloved franchise, but im not super familar with the lore at all; and my only other experience with the warhammer brand was chaosbane which also had a rocky start.

I really like this game. It is slower pace than lets say diablo, but the options and end game systems I think are a lot better than diablo. The game has a good challenge, and the seasons really freshen things up. Just from the first season when I played to now in this current season 8 months later they have completely rebalanced a class and added a lot of new items and things to chase in the game. At this stage I only have about 50 or so hours in, and I am still enjoying everything it has to offer and learning more mechanics and systems every day I play.

If you like aRPGs there is a pretty good chance you will like this one and would recommend picking this one up.

P.S. as of season 3, the summoner (tech adapt from the dlc prophecy) is really really fun to play.
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Verfasst: 27.07.21 06:32
Honestly it was going pretty ok for me for a while, was waffling on whether I liked it but was learning positive. Then I hit a mission in chapter 3 that apparently is either trivially easy or fiendishly difficult depending on your build, and judging by the comments on the forums people have been complaining about the mission for literal years. I don't care enough about the game to make a new character or slog through fine-tuning my character to beat this one mission in a game I don't really care about. Skip it if this resonates with you at all.
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2212 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.08.21 02:48
I am late to this game sounds like it had some rough spots. But starting up in late july of 2021 this game is tons of fun and has a lot of content. If you like warhammer or want a different ARPG this game is worth your time.
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4766 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.08.21 23:40
Extremely underrated game! If you're not Warhammer 40K fan, then I would describe the game as Diablo but with guns, flamethrowers and plasma weapons - if that sounds cool, then this game is for you! If you're a 40K-fan then it's not even a question - you should play this game! The game gives you a very interesting story with some great voice acting. At the time of writing, I haven't completed all the campaigns yet, so you can potentially spend a lot of time with this game without getting bored with it, but you could also play through it a lot quicker if you primarily want to experience the story without spending time min-maxing your character and trying out everything that the game has to offer. The game can be both relaxing and challenging depending on your mood, as you can change the difficulty on each mission. While missions aren't extremely varied, there are a lot of different playstyles that you can try out through the different weapons and classes that are in the game.
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3264 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.07.21 02:29
As a fan of 40k and ARPGs this is quite a good time. Very straight forward. Do this get the loot do the next this get the next loot
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4113 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.09.21 17:36
DIABLO X WARHAMMER 40K
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1855 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.09.21 01:24
This game suffers from the classic Warhammer 40k videogame problem - the game is just ok. There's nothing majorly wrong with it. It does all the fundamentals well. It works fine. There just isn't anything that makes it a must to play. There are a few bugs which are very irritating but not strictly speaking game breaking. If you enjoy the 40k universe (which I do) you can absolutely get a lot of enjoyment out of this title.

Then my internet dropped out and I got kicked out of my single player game back to the title screen. That's an automatic no for me.
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2907 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.09.21 18:32
If you're a fan of WH40K and/or ARPGs, then you should most def try this game out
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930 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.09.21 09:32
Okay-ish, if you like 40k. Buy on sale.
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9780 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.08.21 06:10
Solid game single player. Deep gameplay, many systems of advancement worth exploring.
Multiplayer servers are dog#*$&. Company displays multi-year unwillingness to improve this. Since launch through to today, missions will lag out, crash, and deny you earned advancement and items from your play session. Do not buy until this is fixed. Irresponsible management of a property, players deserve better.
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8729 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.09.21 08:04
Why the hell do i need to spend hours troubleshooting this game just to still have rubber banding issues in solo mode on the lowest graphics possible
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60247 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.11.21 10:12
After 998.1 hrs on record this is game is awesome. if like Diablo play style and warhammer 40K then this game is for u and the cherry on top of the cake is that the Devs r still updating it till today and there is even an new Dlc comming in 2022. i cant ask for more. Big thanks to Neocore and every one working on this project.
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Verfasst: 11.11.21 02:40
Honestly this game should be nominated for the labor of love award. At first it wasnt that good, but the devs never gave up and kept improving. Definitely a decent and fun arpg that you can sink a ton of time in to. double plus if you are in to warhamer 40k
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Verfasst: 08.11.21 00:00
My neighbour have knocked on my door twice because of the sound of the BLESSED HEAVY BOLTER, ALL PRAISE THE OMNISSIAH!
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Verfasst: 06.11.21 15:07
I shall show no fear! I shall show no mercy! For I'm the Inquisitor - the Emperor's sword. And heretics purging is my duty... Emperor protects!
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3248 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.11.21 11:56
Overall a perfectly solid ARPG. Better than most, in most ways.

The idea of you playing as an Inquisitor and not, as someone put it, a discount space marine as the gameplay suggest, is actually consistently integrated into the writing, so thumbs up for that. The story is above-average for a game.

My main complaint would be that since skills depend on equipment, and there are only four types of equipment that actually do something (belt, armor, weapon set 1 and weapon set 2), you will very quickly have settled into a combination of those four and from then on the gameplay will not evolve mechanically. All that comes beyond this point is slathering on more and more passive modifiers to make numbers bigger, but what you do no longer changes. And mind you, this point can come as quickly as within the first five minutes of gameplay.

It's possibly less of an issue in co-op, where you can set up synergies between characters, but in solo this really is nothing but a highly repetitive though well-made grind.

There's also a dearth of cosmetic options.

And, as others have noted, it's always-online. If your internet connection ever craps out, expect to be ejected from the game.

Still, if what you want is to just relax and purge xenos and cultists, here you go. This is one of the few actually decent warhammer games.
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6865 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.11.21 09:36
It can feel rough around the edges, and needs a proper performance fix. That said, it does a great job at capturing the 40k atmosphere. Killing hordes of enemies feel very sactisfactory and has some great, unique mechanics like customizing your injector (think of a health flaks), passive skill trees, etc.
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17236 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.11.21 07:12
This game has evolved a lot sine it's release, there's still improvements to be made, but the developers turned this game in to a good direction. I look forward to replay this game each season and I dump from 60 to 100 hours each time.

There's quite a lot of build diversity. Recently minion builds got buffed so if that's your thing you can play that. You can play sword and shield crusader or equip it with flamethrower to give a little roast in the name of the Emperor. Maybe a tech priest with poisonous auto rifle that hits enemy and then spreads to it's counterparts? Game offers total 4th classes.

This game will let you to experience Warhammer 40k Universe like no other game, atmosphere and it's detail is immersive. Parts of the structures can be demolished, pillars in ships, etc. Soundtrack will pull you in when you eradicate xenos and heretics from hive cities or infested space ships. Check out song The Landing Site.

World in this game feels kinda big, since you can pick and choose where you want to do your missions. Good variety of mobs. You can face off Plague Marines and demons who serve Khorne, dark eldar, Void Bearers and traitor scum imperial guards. Also there's more variety in Void Crusades.

Endgame is focused on Intel missions which can be found in regular play through or random missions, but it lacks in variety and mostly happen in same planet system. I think it needs more variety. Void Crusades are a collection of missions that has to be completed to reach certain endpoint where you face off Nurgle Daemonhost or some other chunky abomination. Endgame needs more support.

Itemization is somewhat deterministic and at the same time random, you can choose what affixes you want to re-roll and it's values. It's quite expensive to do so and you have to collect every item that drops and sell it. Luckily developers team don't hold back on feel the weight meme and let's you to turn on auto loot which doesn't not interrupt your game play flow and you can focus solely on action - eradicating xeno scum. There's some other items that have perks based on your religious stance and can provide chace items.

DLC's can be bought by Fate that accumulates doing missions so there's no reason to spend your money. Game also offers some cosmetic items for you to collect like - footprints, some pets, decorations. At the same time I don't think DLC's are a significant part, since rewards from them are lacking.

This game is great if you are a Warhammer 40k Universe fan and you like action RPG games. I don't know how it would play for a general aRPG enthusiast, but I think it's still worth checking out.

Season 4 is on the way and future will bring us a 5th class - Sister of Battle.

TLDR - Great Warhammer 40k Game, but still needs some improvements. Would play again - 8.5/10.



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Verfasst: 02.12.21 05:18
Requires internet access to play. Instant refund for me.



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Verfasst: 04.04.22 22:29
In order to make this game much better there is one thing I would recommend to you:
Change the movement to wasd, map your 4 weapon skills to your mouse, auto pickups and f to use stuff.
Now you have a great game.

This a fun Diablo 3 in a Warhammer 40k setting. A bit grindy, yes, but it has lots of different game types and challenges, randomised maps, a big team mission, pvp, as well as a seasonal challenge and recently some new event came out.

I absolutly love the crusader with a flamethrower, I build him in a way that I heal myself while purging the heretic, with insane DoT.
Oh there is also an option to get in cover... but I do not see a reason to cower before the heretics!
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Verfasst: 06.04.22 10:12
It's jus ta reskin of Van Helsing adventures from the same software house.

The game boasts the same defects as Van Helsing:
- combat is dull
- animations are clunky
- level design is monotonous

You're better off just playing Grim Dawn for the third time.
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Verfasst: 06.04.22 19:03
TLDR: Bought for 75% off, wasn't worth the money.


A little context: I bought this game and the prophecy dlc for 75% off a little after finishing and greatly enjoying my playthrough of WH40K:Mechanicus. I adore the 40k setting and atmosphere (admech especially). I also enjoy a bit of grind in my games. I enjoyed diablo 3 and POE in around equal measure, the former for its atmosphere and the latter for its gameplay. This review will be focused entirely on Martyr and not on the prophesy expansion.

All that to say looking at reviews I assumed I would get a lot out of this game. Nope.

Gameplay:
Shockingly bland. At least up to the point where I was in the story, all player skills are determined by their weapons (as in, specific weapon types have a set skillset and there is no variability) and there is no way to modify said skills like in other AARPG's. Which could be fine on its own (lost ark gets away with a pretty bland skill upgrade tree just fine) if the skills were individually interesting. Which they are not. Nothing like looting a cool looking pair of laspistols only for that weapons skillset to involve: [shoot laser], [shoot laser faster for less dps(?!)], [aimed laser], [beam laser]. Sweet Jeebus give me something to work with people.

OK, if there aren't any skill upgrade trees are there at least character upgrade trees? Sure! But they're entirely passives, and super bland stat-stick ones at that. Ooh, I have four skill points, time to upgrade my crit damage stat by 8%. That's not to say there aren't SOME interesting upgrades, especially for the DLC-only tech adept, but they are extremely far and few between.

Atmosphere:
Ah, the bread and butter of any 40K game. If only it existed here. That's not to say there aren't the staples. There are chaos marines and xenos roaming the halls of derelict space-ship-monasteries after all, but beyond even the most surface level there's just nothing. I'm not the most well-versed in 40k lore but even I know that the half-dozen guardsmen I'm put in charge of shouldn't be making it past the FIRST plague marine we run up against, much less the tenth. I've only played the assassin class in the main story so I can't speak for the writing of the other characters, but for someone who picked up a random, likely guardsman weapon she found on a ship crawling with the worst beasties the universe has to offer she is written to be really, and I mean suspension of disbelief breakingly, REALLY cocky. Which would be fine if she was running around in power armor or was an admech dominus packed to the gills in heavy weaponry, but she isn't.

Also, a little pet peeve: good lord the voice acting. Like, the va's themselves may individually be very good for all I know but they are clearly lacking direction. Everybody has their own way to pronounce everything from astartes to heretic (with some characters changing pronunciation from sentence to sentence) and half of them are trying to go grim dark while the other half are trying to be badasses in call of duty.
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Verfasst: 06.04.22 21:09
If you like Diablo-style ARPGs, then get this game - especially if it’s on sale. Character skill customization is on par with Diablo 3. The control layout and camera rotation are very similar to Grim Dawn. The devs continue to patch and update the game regularly, and they listen to customer feedback.
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Verfasst: 10.04.22 00:48
ohhh so Good and works a treat on Linux
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Verfasst: 18.04.22 03:47
pros:
- fun combat, nice warhammer 40k lore, classes feel responsive
- grind doesn't feel too tedious when you shut your brain off to play the game

cons:
- enemy variety is quite limited
- content updates take a hot minute to come out

get the collector's edition (ON SALE) for some extra playtime. i'd say it's worth it, esp after coming from path of exile where the systems are a whole lot fleshed out
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Verfasst: 25.04.22 09:27
Martyr fixes two big issues with the Diablo/POE/Grim Dawn/Torchlight style iso-ARPGs.

- This game storytells correctly. Instead of the endless stream of skippable text from random NPCs you find in most MMOs or ARPGs, Martyr's story unfolds through voice acting between a small cast of characters during the flow of combat. A brief document is also thrown in every 2 or 3 missions, which is the correct amount of flavor text.

- Martyr handles consumables correctly. Instead of needing to manage 5 different sizes of health and mana potions, you have a set number of consumable charges. (During missions, you find crates to recharge your consumables.) Also, there's a well-executed system for customizing your health consumable between missions, enabling you to choose between different health/power benefits at the expense of fewer maximum charges.

Martyr makes a lot of other interesting departures from most ARPGs.

- The game is not open-world, it's mission based, with each mission occurring on a small-ish map. Martyr allows you to increase any mission's difficulty with random enemy buffs / personal debuffs.

- After each mission you return to the central hub, which is a ship's deck where you can interact with the same group of NPCs. The setup feels more like Harebrain Scheme's Shadowrun games than an ARPG.

- The protagonist is front-and-center in the story, and has his own dialogue/voice actor.

- The game's central plot is..... not bad. And it becomes progressively more interesting the deeper in the campaign you get.

- Martyr's suppression system is executed well and provides players with interesting combat decisions.

Martyr is still an ARPG, which means repetitive gameplay spiced up by random loot drops, but its storytelling - both in terms of its mechanics and its level of quality - makes the game feel more like an ARPG/CRPG hybrid. Which is a direction I'd like more ARPGs to go.

If there were one improvement I'd like to see in Martyr, it's developing the game's central hub - its ship - to more closely resemble the central hubs in Shadowrun. Add a few minor NPCs with their own personal story arc, include a small bit of background dialogue for each NPC after each mission completes, expose more of the ship's rooms and apparatuses. A richer and evolving central hub would further incentivize completing missions, and would help smooth out the ARPG grind of combat -> item management -> combat.
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Verfasst: 04.04.22 19:10
Personally, I think this is an underrated game by far. I am a fan of Diablo'esk games along with anything Warhammer 40k, so this was up my ally right away.

It's a great game and you can really put some hours into it. If you enjoy the grind sometimes, or want to just breeze through... there are several play styles to choose from, which is amazing! Pick it up, and you won't be disappointed!
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Verfasst: 08.04.22 09:37
Checks all the right boxes.
Everyone complaining about repetitiveness: switch genre.
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Release:05.06.2018 Genre: Action-Rollenspiel Entwickler: Neocore Games Publisher:keine Infos Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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