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Warhammer Space Marine: Last Boss Fight + Final Cutscene

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Published on Sep 9, 2011

SPOILER ALERT! This video contains Spoilers.

A video of the final boss fight and the last cutscene of the game.
Played on Normal Difficulty.
The Final Boss is Lord Nemeroth.

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Comments • 470

Roboute Guilliman
They really need to make a second one.
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robert watts
I enjoyed this game. Titus made the Ultramarines cool again. Too bad there won't be a sequel since THQ went under.
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Adam Stringer
I thought that the Black Templars hated the Inquisition more than most Chapters. Why are they escorting and Inquisitor?
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darkshiv
It's the will of the Emperor that protected him from the warp, I believe. 
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Buliwyf90
I actually like ultramarines, but I like to imagine how epic this game would be if you were a blood angel, succumbing more and more into the black rage as the game reaches the end until, for the very final fight, you perceive yourself as the primarch himself in battle
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spehizle
One Ultramarine takes out a daemon prince by punching. Not in this galactic lifetime. That thing should be able to take out a Carnefex with one hand tied behind its back. It could take out a squad of half a dozen space marines. This needed to end with Lemus Russ stepping out of the warp, pulling out Nemoroth's spine, winking for the camera, and stepping back in.
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Peter Hacke
a true 40k game
BaneKiller
grey Knights do this shit all the time
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Shaun Pugh
It just goes to show you that even if you save an entire world from an Ork invasion and stop a Chaos Lord who tried to corrupt an entire planet, you are branded an agent of Chaos all because of a slight advantage you have against the enemy. It was the will of the Emperor of Man that kept Titus safe from the warp touch. Not once did anyone say, "Thanks for saving the Titan world. Thanks for stopping the Ork Boss Grimskull. And thanks for showing us all that even a Daemon Prince can be killed." 
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Haules Baules
It soo bad the company went down.This game could achieve soo much!!!
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