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HeavyMetalBreadLoaf Dec 4 2013, 4:34pm says:

I will never stop finding extreme amusement on the possibility to melee Chaos terminators (and not being insta-squished in the process) on that game.

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The_Mastodon Dec 4 2013, 5:13pm replied:

There was no Chaos Terminators in that game, only Chaos Space Marines, Chaos Raptors, Chaos Sorcerers, Obliterators, Chaos Dreadnoughts, Deamon Princes, 1 Chaos Spawn and finally a Greater Deamon of Tzeentch - The Lord of Change.

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The_Mastodon Dec 4 2013, 5:21pm replied:

Most of these enemies had some sort of melee attack or would kill you if you got too close, with exception of the Obliterators and Dreadnoughts.

Even the first Imperial Guard sergeants you face will kill you if you try to melee them with your sword.
I don't really see how you make it out to be so easy to melee enemies. Except maybe guardsmen, it's always easier to just shoot them in their faces.

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AbyssalHorror Dec 5 2013, 8:48am replied:

Well hell, a Tau killing an Obliterator or Dread is is so much OP. but VGs always make the protagonist overly OP anyways....

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The_Mastodon Dec 5 2013, 6:49pm replied:

You destroy the Dreadnoughts with Space Marine missile launchers, and the Obliterators with Rail rifle shots to the face, of course you have to dodge their fire too :P

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DerEisenmann Dec 6 2013, 6:58am replied:

Oan Mkoll killed a chaosdread with nothing but lasrifle and some cactus-like plants. Derp

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Chompster Dec 4 2013, 4:42pm says:

were standards really that low back then?

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GreenScorpion Dec 4 2013, 4:46pm replied:

They still are people just don't notice it anymore

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davo001 Dec 4 2013, 7:02pm says:

i thought it was a good game for the time it was released at

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Predalienator Dec 4 2013, 9:20pm says:

Funny thing is a political group in my country uses a modified version of this cover as their symbol. Now I cant stop thinking my country is gonna be overrun by Tau commies

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cordenand Dec 5 2013, 12:30am says:

Hey i remember this game man it could of been way better that they made it.

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JrComissarValvatorez Dec 5 2013, 4:57am says:

It would have been even worse than it already was, the head writers could have been The Ward or C.S. Goto.

*considers blamming himself because no 40k faction should have to suffer either*

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Grizzly256 Dec 5 2013, 5:27am says:

i thought it was a good game, i enjoyed it.

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YetiChow Dec 5 2013, 10:02pm replied:

ditto - it wasn't part of the 'cram imperial dogma down everyone's throat' canon, and there were areas of pretty big creative license taken to make it work, but it was still a good game.

It captured the 40k "oh crap oh crap everyone I see is gonna be dead in the next few minutes, RUN!" feeling pretty well, something that the later 40k games never did as well IMO.

Although Tau firing bolters without their arms getting torn off from the recoil... yeah, that's a bit much

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KinQQz Dec 6 2013, 2:23pm says:

well i loved the game, but it was kinda dark. :P

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The_Mastodon Dec 6 2013, 10:21pm replied:

I guess you could say it was... *puts on sunglasses* GRIM DARK

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