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Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command (PSP)

Platform : Sony PSP
4.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • Compelling single player game consisting of 13 unique missions and 9 unique multiplayer maps for Local or Global games.
  • Fully destructible, real time 3D battlefields mean that no two games will be the same.
  • Pick from two Space Marine chapters or two Chaos Space Marine Legions to play as in Multiplayer games.
  • Over 20 ranged and close combat weapons taken directly from the Warhammer 40,000 universe.
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  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000VSYITK
  • Release Date: 23 Nov. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,990 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command (PSP)

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Warhammer 40,000(tm): Squad Command(tm) marks the first time that the brutal, war-ravaged world of Games Workshop's (LSE: GAW) Warhammer 40,000 universe will be playable on the Nintendo DS and PSP. Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command features fast, action-packed combat through turn-based strategy and an engaging, authentic single-player storyline. Gamers play as the elite Space Marines of the Ultramarines chapter and strive to combat the encroaching evil of the ruthless and daemonic influenced Chaos Space Marines through 13 cinematically-tied missions. With a robust multiplayer mode featuring 9 unique missions, gamers will team up and go head-to-head with other gamers worldwide as either the Imperium of Man or Chaos Space Marines, ensuring hours of unique replayability. Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command will also fully utilize all the portable functionality of the PSP and Nintendo DS, including the dual-screen and stylus, bringing the Warhammer 40,000 universe to life on handheld.


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One of the first games I purchased for the PSP an still playing it.
The graphics and sound are superb, and the missions are at the right difficulty level.

There are a number of units to use (space marines, scouts, terminators, grey knights, dreadnoughts, predator, land raider, land speeder) as the space marines and the enemy chaos also has a number of different units and vehicles. You get to choose the weaponry (bolters, missile launchers, las cannons, chainsword, plasma guns and many more) for your squad and then play a hunt and destroy or survive for a number of turns game.

They are all set in an urban city which again is very good graphics and the scenery is all destructable. This is the real limitation of the game and all missions are set in the same city environment. But the game is great fun and there are 15 missions to play in single mission mode. The best missions are when you have to keep the squad alive playing defensive for a number of turns whilst they are attacked by numerous enemies.

The cut scenes also must get a mention as they are really well rendered.
Though the storyline linking them could have been better with characters such as maybe a squad sergeant etc.

Top game lets hope they do another.
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I've lost count of the number of times i've played through this game. For me at least i find it has great replayability as you try to complete each level without loosing any squad members etc.It suits the PSP perfectly as it is turn based so can be picked up and played easily without wearing your left thumb to the bone Also as i own several consoles and have found mostly crap on the PSP I was delighted with this game. Great atmosphere and unit moddeling. The very short cutscenes between levels are exceptionnaly well rendered and you can tell alot of effort and care was put into making it. Personally it's my favourite game on the PSP. Also i've never played the 40k boardgame so i'm not a total fanboy although since playing this and Dawn of war i've begun reading the books which i would also recommend.
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Squad command is an easy game to play, the controls are simple and speak for them selves. The missons are nicely linked together by the cinematics, very nicely done.
I love the great variety of units, weapons and maps. Although 15 missons is not that much... I wouldn't mind an expansion. Or second game...

Any Warhammer 40K gamer is going to love this game. Its a great digital version of the table top game. A great pice of work.
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this game is great, graphics are brilliant, gameplay is brilliant, and weapon options and different campains as well as a good storyline make it a good start to a new style of game.

However, game sharing for this game is a little 2D as you can only play as SM (the host) and Chaos, which although it is true for the rest of the game, in this mode its just 6 marines vs 6 chaos marines.

Obviously got some work to do, but taking a look back at DOW compared to DOW2 and SS, i see that actually they had a lot of work to do.

As a foundation for future releases of this game, i think its great. At the moment, it is short, not many people own it for multiplayer and there are just two races to take, as well as no option for which units you want to take to each battle (e.g. a points limit and a choice in each campaign mission would make it better). However, weapon options are good and the whole cover system, and everything else is good.
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This review is based exclusively on playing the single player version.

My favourtie style of strategy games has been the turn-based version for many years, and I used to play tabletop 40k as a teenager, so I was really looking forward to this title. Ontop of that, I loved Chaos Gate - the similar PC game of 10 years ago - that I had heard Squad Command was closely designed on.

The graphics seemed spot on - the usual sharp PSP quality; the vehicles in particular looked spot-on and really suited the 40k atmosphere. The sound was also good and very atmospheric.

But the game just didn't live up to my expectations, and I feel it was a real missed opportunity. The single biggest problem seems to be a lack of any real depth throughout the game. There are 15 missions, but there is actually not a great deal of difference between them. The combat areas do not differ much - always the same ruined city - and the actual objectives are hardly diverse. For example, in the few missions where you do have a clear objective (e.g. destroy the ammo depot), you can actually end the game by default if you kill all of the enemy. So, sadly, you find yourself simply on a seek-n-destroy mission each time out.

Character development is not strong, and certainly not on a par with chaos gate. Successfully completing missions allows you access to slightly better weapons, but the individual men do not gain experience at all. Almost instantly you lose any feeling of a campaign - it is just 15 consecutive skirmish scenarios.

But all of that aside, the biggest weakness is that each of the 15 scenarios are way too short. Only 3 or 4 took me more than 1 attempt to complete, and in less than 48 hrs the game was completed.
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