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Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
3.7 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
Metascore: 64 / 100
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  • Incredible first-person shooter action in the nightmarish world of 41st century war
  • Battle alone as you take out hordes of Imperium soldiers and unravel a frightening storyline
  • Foreboding, creepy horror-film atmosphere filled with shocks and scares
  • Command a small arsenal of 17 unique, deadly weapons
  • Thrilling multiplayer action for up to 8 people
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Follow a young Tau warrior on his battles against a merciless enemy.

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Welcome to the dark nightmare future of the 41st Millennium, the grim era of the Imperium. The battlefield is spread across a thousand different worlds. Powerful armies of Space Marines, Imperial Guardsmen, bestial Orks, and Tau warriors are in constant conflict, unleashing carnage via mechanical war machines, crushing artillery, and vast starships.

Fire Warrior follows one day in the tumultuous life of a young Tau warrior who must battle alone against a force that shows no mercy: The Imperium. The Tau will soon learn there is a darker foe at hand and become entangled in a frightening story that leads them through an ongoing war.


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ASIN B00009XS6M
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3.7 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #28,867 in videogames
#613 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Games
#6,483 in Video Games > PC Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 inches
Media: Video Game

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By A Customer on December 3, 2003
THIS GAME ROCKS!!! (pun)
Of course a lot of gamers belch out that one for the lamest games around. But in this case I find it to be right on the money.
First let me say that I hate DARK games..Let me see doggone it! And Warhammer 40K is about the darkest game I've come across, It still rocks. Thank the gods for the nightvision option, I do wish it lasted a little longer.
I love the original 40K book/board game, but putting that aside, this game still rocks. The 40K theme is just an added bonus. It did take me by surprise that I would be fighting against the Imperium though, but what the hay Space Marines have to die too.
As far as the controls, like the above/below review mentioned, it's just like 4 or 5 other games. Left view, right move, it even lets you set the movement/sight ratio to let your controller's sensitivity move you along faster or slower. L1 fire, SQ change weapons, I had it down after the first level. Which you have to or you DIE, over and over.
Graphics are great, yes it is a little dark, but when you can see I find the scenery more than adequate, if you HAVE the time to look around. Because, this is a very fast pace game, if you stand in one spot for more than a minute you'll be attacked.
Weapons, weapons, who's got the weapons? I/you are always on the look out for the biggest and badest guns. Some shoot fast but aren't powerful, some are powerful but don't hold many bullets or refills are hard to come by. I found it best to have a Tau weapon for power and carry an enemy gun so I can have plenty of refills, seeing how you can grab reloads from the fallen. The occasional melda-guns are really powerful, but you can rarely fill one up with ammo.
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First of all, ignore every other review you read here at venerable ol' Amazon.com
Even if they had a good point, it was lost by the use of 8 year old grammar.
THIS game may be the saving FPS for PS2, and while not getting the commercial support, from a technical standpoint may be the only thing Sony has against the Halo Juggernaught. With so many once loyal MoH fans turning their backs on Rising Sun (im not sure why) PS2 needs a hit. FPS are entering a new era, spearheaded by Halo and hopefully DOOM3, unfortunately, both are for XBox (fine for me, ive got both ps2 and the x)leaving PS2 a tad High And Dry.
Enter Games Workshop and their remarkably gritty British gaming world of Warhammer 40,000. While merry ol' England may not at first seem to be the source for grit, as compared to our own oliver stone and quentin tarantino culture, their form of grit is one born of apathy. Look at so many examples of their darker exploits, like Judge Dredd and Death's Head. Very Dark properties indeed.
So how does WH40K jump onto that bandwagon? By dooming us all. In the FAR FAR future (40,000 is the YEAR) we are a species consumed with warfare. An archaic symbol of a once proud Emperor now sits immortally on his Golden Throne, kept alive through unnatural technical means, while mankind breeds enormous super soldiers capable of spitting acid, crushing a mans skull with a few fingers, and wear huge explosion proof armour suits. Vicious Aliens, including Eldar (think space elves, but more violent) Orks (think orcs, and...well, yeah...orcs.
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By A Customer on February 8, 2004
Fire Warrior isn't the best FPS on PS2, but it surely isn't the worst. However, don't expect it to be the HALO for PS2. First off, FW has a decent load of gameplay in it for a shooter. Some shooters i've played are incredible...then they end in 2 or 3 hours. You can expect to get 9+ hours on the story mode. And for all you lucky boys and girls with broadband, the online function will keep you entertained for a while as well. The graphics, while not mind-blowing, aren't too bad either. The sound is also very clear and crisp. One thing I actually liked in this game was that it was quite difficult. Even on easy mode you'll be in for a good challenge. So in the end, if your looking for an all-around FPS, this is a good buy.
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By A Customer on December 1, 2003
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I am not a fan of warhammer, but I cannot see too much flaws in this game...the textures are very well done(considering the ps2 capabilities), the controls...I did read someone saying that he cannot get acostumed to the control scheme, but this game uses the same control configuration as Red faction, medal of honor and other shooters in the ps2, you must have total control on both analog joysticks to master the movements...this is nothing new, maybe this guy "is new" to fps in ps2-.
The only drawback that I found in this game is the online capabilities and the multiplayer that are very lacking compared to other games, the single player experience is excellent. Maybe it is no HALO(Xbox) but man...if you want something like that on the ps2...you'll have to wait...maybe until ps3. If you dont want to wait then...just buy an xbox and play your so blessed HALO.
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