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Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Collection updated with Trading Cards, 75% off until May 4th

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Relic's Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Collection has been updated with Steam Trading Cards for all your obsessive compulsive needs. To mark the occasion the bundle is also 75% off.

The usual price tag of £40 is dropped to just £10 from now until May 4th. The campaign and multiplayer modes will now result in cards, badges, Steam profile backgrounds and other stuff. The Collection includes all DLC.

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine trilogy story arc revealed

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What fate ultimately lay before Captain Titus from Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine? Director Raphael van Lierop reveals what "big plans" he had for Titus had THQ not dissolved into bankruptcy.

A second game would have seen a very different Titus, effectively 'going rogue' as he becomes exiled. The third and final instalment would have been redemption of sorts.

Rayman 3 HD, Space Marine head this week's PSN releases

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This week, Rayman 3 HD, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine and Warriors Orochi 3 head the list of games hitting PlayStation Network, along with a metric ton of downloadable content for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon.

Relic teases Dreadnought DLC for Space Marine in January

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Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine fans are excited as Relic Entertainment has posted a tweet stating, "We have a big metal surprise coming to @SpaceMarine in January – Merry Christmas from Relic!", accompanied by an image of a Space Marine fighting what appears to be a Dreadnought.

London Games Conference doubts THQ's ability to survive going digital

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Games Brief's Nicholas Lovell presented a session at the London Games Conference, where over 70 percent of 160 attendees voted THQ a 'zero' for surviving a digital transition.

Senior publishing figures were among those who voted. THQ's lack of must-have properties is the problem. Next week they release Volition's Saints Row: The Third.

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