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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 638d ago | review

Bit Tech- Space Hulk Review

BT:There's definitely a sense that some of the magic has been lost during Space Hulk's transition from tabletop to desktop, but that doesn't make it entirely redundant. Provided you've got a bit of patience and a friend to play it with, there's a good dose of fun to be had. Played alone or with people you don't know, however, it does lose its charm fairly quickly, which as it happens is not entirely unlike the experience of queuing. (PC, Space Hulk) 68/100

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