Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood, & Teef
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Critic Reviews for Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood, & Teef
Warhammer 40K: Shootas Blood & Teef is a great game if you are in for some mindless fun alongside your friends. Its variety of weapons can be fun to engage with. While its campaign is short, you can still find enjoyment in the PvP mode or try new weapons with your friends.
Aside from the art there isn’t much to love here, SBT can be one of those games that players can use when they want to turn their brain off and just move and shoot. But beyond that it’s just another day in the release of a Warhammer game; if you listen to the podcast, we make the joke about how they come every other week and only 1 is ever any good. Even for the price of $19.99 this game feels overpriced, there just simply isn’t enough game here even with the ability to play 4-player co-op. With the sluggish controls and aiming, and no real change in gameplay other than scenery this one may not please The God Emperor of Mankind.
Chaos, bullet hell and brutality. These are my three tags to describe Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef. A horizontal scrolling twin stick shooter with a gameplay reminding old arcades like Green Beret and Contra, filled with devastating weapons, avalanches of enemies armed to the teeth and die-hard bosses. The game only requires skill in aiming and shooting while dodging storms of bullets, and although it may not seem that much these days, in this case it's absolutely fine, you simply have to turn off your brain and have a blast crazily dismembering enemy orcs.
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Warhammer 40k: Shootas, Blood and Teef is a very enjoyable game and worth playing. Time will fly running through the story with friends, which is definitely the recommended way to play the title. There are a lot of interesting events and cutscenes, loyal Warhammer 40k fans might find some encounters questionable, but it is advised to just have fun with it!