Faithful Warhammer 40,000 experience.
Ultramarines kick ass.
Looks and controls well.
Multiplayer is solid.
A button masher lacking in real variety.
By Dev Hardware on October 05, 2011
TOOLS YOU CAN USE advertisementIf you've ever played the Warhammer tabletop game, you're going to be intrigued by this video game version. And even if you haven't, if you enjoy military games with more to do than just kill people, you'll...-
By Gamers Daily News on September 28, 2011
Gone is the healing mechanic used in the campaign. Stuns occur but on a much reduced time frame which further increased the already fast pace play, and I have yet to see a campaign style execution, though I experienced firsthand plenty of...75
By Game Observer on September 19, 2011
Overall, things could have been a whole lot better with Space Marine, but that doesnt mean its totally lost or broken. Mostly the letdowns are seen by the fan who knows more than the game allows a player to see, and the rest of the...82
By Game Chronicles Magazine on September 19, 2011
Growing up it was almost impossible for me to not hear about Warhammer 40k. Between the novels and more importantly the tabletop games, I’ve always loved the whole idea and scale behind the Warhammer 40k universe. The transition from tabletop to...88
By New Game Network on September 16, 2011
If you are a fan of Warhammer 40k, or of Relic's acclaimed Dawn of War RTS series, you no doubt have been salivating at the prospect of getting up close and personal with a power-hammer and some squishy Orks. Relic has finally brought us a...81
By GamingShogun on September 15, 2011
Anyone who knows anything about the Warhammer world knows that the Ultramarines are the near immortal destroyers of Chaos. When things get too nasty and platoons are getting wiped out you call in a handful of Space Marines and watch them even the...-
By Techworld on September 13, 2011
Space Marine lays some excellent ground work for a Warhammer 40,000 shooter and offers some of gaming's most spectacular fights. It's too thin on the content to feel like the definitive 40K action game,...-
By GameSpy on September 13, 2011
Pros: Faithful Warhammer 40,000 experience; Ultramarines kick ass; looks and controls well; multiplayer is solid
Cons: A button masher lacking in real variety, customization, and play options70
By Strategy Informer on September 13, 2011
It's so easy to forget Space Marine's tabletop roots. As an adaptation, this title does an admirable job of bringing the battles of Warhammer 40,000 to life, exciting real-world players and enticing newcomers alike. The brutal encounters may...75
By Atomic MPC on September 12, 2011
Another solid 40k outing from Relic, that will only get better with added...89