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  • Summary: When a young Imperial Knight sees their noble house destroyed by the twisted forces of Chaos, they join forces with the Dark Angels Space Marines chapter as a Freeblade. Experience an epic story in over 40 single player campaign missions as you command your Freeblade on a journey of honour,When a young Imperial Knight sees their noble house destroyed by the twisted forces of Chaos, they join forces with the Dark Angels Space Marines chapter as a Freeblade. Experience an epic story in over 40 single player campaign missions as you command your Freeblade on a journey of honour, redemption and vengeance. Test your skills in special objective missions and patrol the world of Tarnis to slay endless waves of invaders. Expand
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  1. Apple'N'Apps
    Nov 21, 2015
    80
    Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade delivers true power at your fingertips with an immersive design, and smooth touch controls making it well worth picking up.
  2. Nov 19, 2015
    70
    A gorgeous, well put together on-rails shooter. In the end, it is just another on-rails shooter, but you'll have fun with its on-rails shooting all the same.
  3. Nov 24, 2015
    70
    When you’re restricted by a game that’s all too keen to make you suffer for not throwing money at it though? That’s when Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade is all looks, lacking in real substance and classiness. It’s frustrating when it’s so close to being a great game.
  4. Dec 15, 2015
    68
    Tragically named, Freeblade proves the old adage that no iTunes or Google Play app is truly free. You’ll need the starter pack if you want to make serious head way into the campaign.
  5. Nov 23, 2015
    60
    You should download this if you have a 3D Touch device, just to see what's possible in games with that functionality. And if you love the Warhammer universe, giant robots, or just want an action game you can play for quick bursts, you will enjoy some time with this game. But the constant monetization attempts, while fair, do wear down your nerves. And that energy system is a killer that keeps this from being a good game and a solid recommendation.
  6. CD-Action
    Feb 4, 2016
    60
    It looks great but the difficulty level rises so steeply that you either have to repeat missions and grind to get better gear or consider spending substantial amounts of money for power-ups. [01/2016, p.74]
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