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PostSubject: Warhammer 40,000: Sqaud Command   Sat Apr 17, 2010 3:56 am

The Warhammer universe is a massive, elaborate entity that spans countless models, tabletop games and videogames, among other things. Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command is one such title that inhabits the Warhammer space and attempts to deliver a turn-based strategy experience set in the grimy, blood-soaked, quasi-biblical future of Warhammer. Squad Command is a tragic title though, because while it possesses some good elements and occasional bursts of fun, there are a tremendous number of problems with the game's mechanics that mercilessly rough up Squad Command as a whole. What's worse: the DS version is far inferior to the PSP version that was released a few weeks prior.

Squad Command, as you may have gathered from the title, is a strategy game that places you in control of up to six units as you work your way through a handful of missions, generally serving the Imperium (soldiers of the Emperor). Before each mission, you can assign weapons and ammunition to your squad, survey your objectives, and then begin the battle. The first difference you'll notice between the DS version and the PSP version is the absence of the pre-rendered cutscenes. The DS version uses still images to present itself, which is somewhat embarrassing when held next to the high production values of the PSP cinematics. Regardless, your overarching goal in Squad Command is to defeat the legions of Chaos that threaten the cities and people of the Emperor with their destructive and heretical ways.

Story is clearly not the focus of Squad Command, considering the fact that almost no context is given to this strife between the Imperium and the soldiers of Chaos. The plot itself feels pretty thin and we were generally apathetic about what was happening in this game world (you, however, may feel differently if you're a diehard Warhammer fan). The real point of Squad Command is to bring swift and fiery death to your enemies, but as we mentioned a few moments ago, doing so can be a real problem.

I will rate it a solid 7.9/10


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