Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is an action RPG, set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, developed by NeocoreGames and released on the 5th June 2018. NeocoreGames are known for their Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing series, of which was also a series of action RPG’s, so the developers clearly know what they’re doing with this one. In Inquisitor – Martyr, the player takes the role of a member of the Inquisition, a select group of individuals that work for the Emperor, exacting the Emperor’s will.
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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr Review
For fans of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, there is plenty of lore and story segments within the game to keep the game interesting. The story revolves around the God-Emperor and his guiding light, which is slowly being destroyed by the Chaos Gods – the sworn enemy of the Emperor and his followers. Commanding one of several different Inquisitors, each with their own unique powers to defeat the evil of the Chaos Gods and their chaotic ways.
When it comes to the gameplay, it plays a lot like NeocoreGames’ previous entries in the action RPG genre, as it revolves around picking one of several different classes, each with a unique set of skills and abilities that the others don’t have access to. Inquisitor – Martyr uses many of the same controls that other action RPG’s have, so the player is expected to right-click wherever they want to go or whatever they want to kill, and by using some of the keys on the hot bar, they will be able to activate one of several class-specific skills or abilities.
As the player explores more and more of each level, they are bound to come across a number of varied enemies, each with their own visuals and attacks. Sometimes they will mob the player, and other times they will simply send one, strong boss-type monster at the player that will take plenty of attacks to take it down. At random, pieces of loot can and will sprawl out from fallen enemies, and they’ll typically be stronger in some areas and possibly weaker in other areas in regards to the rest of the player’s gear. Just like in casual ARPG form, killing stuff is going to give the player more loot and that loot can then be used to improve their Inquisitor.
Easily the biggest comparison for this game, other than Diablo 3 and Path of Exile would have to be NeocoreGames’ other games, such as The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. A lot of the controls, loot system, and general gameplay is very similar to the previous 3 Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing games, so for anyone that enjoyed these games are bound to enjoy this one as well.
Any fan of classic or modern ARPG’s is going to find a lot to enjoy with this one, especially if they just so happen to enjoy the Warhammer 40K universe as well. There’s plenty to see and do with a somewhat dark and gritty Warhammer 40K story to go alongside the entire ensemble, making for an enjoyable experience overall.