Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior Crack/Patch

Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior Welcome to the dark nightmare future of the 41st Millennium, the grim era of the Imperium. War is spread across a thousand different worlds. Powerful armies of Space Marines, Imperial Guardsmen and Tau warriors are in constant conflict, unleashing carnage via deadly war machines, crushing artillery, and vast starships. Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior follows one day in the tumultuous life of Kais, a young Tau warrior who must battle alone against a force that shows no mercy: The Imperium. Kais will soon learn there is a darker foe at hand and becomes entangled in a frightening story that leads him the darkest battle yet of the ongoing war. [THQ]

Download Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 49 / 100
User rating
7
Downloads 1025
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi, Arcade
Players 1-8
Company / Developer
THQ / Kuju Entertainment

Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior reviews ( 6 )

Didacticus, Oct 17, 2013

This game is too big! So much levels it's even bigger than Daikatana! Hours and hours and hours of gameplay. Beautiful and original locations. After a while it is getting too difficult so I start using Godmode. Still had fun! Levels are also very big and impressive!

Daniel, Dec 10, 2003

Excellent and well done. great graphics, and lovely multiplayer. bad thing was...... no sound for people during gameplay, and no talking during multiplayer. damn. well, good FPS anyway and..... LONG LIVE THE TAU EMPIRE, HAHA

ColinN., Jan 12, 2004

Great to see a 1st person Warhammer 40k game on the market, but the game is difficult to get running, most upto date drivers for audio and graphics are a must and you need the game patches. As a 40k fan I still enjoyed it. When, oh when, will someone realise that the rich and wonderful 40k world is just prime for someone to make a film. It might even challenge Lord of the Rings??

Somone, Nov 21, 2017

This game is very mediocre, the gun play is average for a game out of 2003, there is no iron sight and a lot guns don't feel satisfying to use and the story is very unimpressive and forgettable. Let me get on with missions, the first few mission are just standard run and gun fighting the imperial guard and few space marines (ultra marines to be precise) and you can use there storm bolters which breaks the lore, but they do really feel like storm bolter with explosive ammo and all and a boss fight against a valkyrie which felt more like a chore than a challenge. Later in the game the game just becomes annoying, by fighting chaos marines with for example rocket launchers in corridors which makes them hard to dodge and spawing chaos marines with plasma rifles right in front of your face and they get a free shot on you. Which go through shield and damage your health. Or having a lot of chaos marines in a small room because this game hates you. In verdict, the game can be kinda fun in beginning, but later it is just frustrating thanks to the bad checkpoints and bad enemy placements.

JoeF., Oct 22, 2003

It's a OK game that will keep you entertained for a few hours but doesn?t inspire you to get past the first few levels, and doesn?t come any ware close to Unreal or Half-Life. The plot is OK and improves as the game goes along. But the unresponsive controls make it boring, and the AI could be outwitted by a Small Fury Newt. It?s a game which had a lot of potential that was never realised. I feel the Warhammer 40,000 universe offers masses of possible games with good story lines, and hope the next installment will be much better.

TomW, Oct 13, 2003

This is poor. Muddy, fuzzy textures and unresponsive controls can be forgiven, but on rails gameplay and finding the blue switch to open the (you guessed it) blue door is an archaic game mechanic. Its like half life and Goldeneye never happened (never mind Deus Ex or MOH). I thought this game was awful and I'm a huge 40k fan.