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Titus (voice)
Richard Hawley ...
Sidonus (voice)
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Leandros (voice)
Christine Roberts ...
Lieutenant Mira (voice)
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Drogan / Antioch / Imperial Guardsman (voice)
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Nemeroth / Thrax (voice)
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Warboss Grimskull / Imperial Guardsman (voice)
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Graia (voice)
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Blood Raven / Daemon / Space Marine / Chaos Space Marine (voice)
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Enoch (voice)
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Alexander / Imperial Guardsman (voice)
Stuart Organ ...
Nathaniel (voice)
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Petronius (voice)
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Lilith (voice)
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Caleb / Midas / Space Marine (voice)
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In the grim darkness of the far future, the Imperial planet Graia is under seige by Orks. The Astra Militarum forces are barely holding together if it were not for their leader 2nd L.T Mira, as Ultramarine captian Titus comes to save the Titans and the planet, he unleashes an even greater threat. Written by CommanderCorvo

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They call it space because there's a lot of it.
11 September 2012 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Space Marine is about as simplistic as current generation games get. As Captain Titus (Mark Strong, the narrator of Who Do You Think You Are?) all you really do is go forward and shoot/duel, and it's a long game with nothing much sustain the many miles of bad road. For a 3rd person shooter it's basic stuff. Set on a distant planet filled with Orks it is your duty to wipe them all out. The levels/chapters are very slow, with huge, cavernous empty spaces and bombed-out buildings that offer no interaction other than occasionally opening a door or elevator. Half of each chapter will involve you doing nothing but moving forward.

If it were not for the Warhammer brand name this game would be the very definition of shovelware. I played it right to the end, unlocking 34% of the trophies, but to get the platinum you'd literally have to spend over 100 hours playing this game. Quite frankly, I don't want to know anybody who commits that amount of time to a video game, or indoor activities in general.

Graphics B Sound B Gameplay C Lasting Appeal C-


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