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Submitted by CranberryPub 1139d ago | news

What War of the Roses Looks Like When Played By Pros

GamerZines writes:

If we had to pick only one multiplayer experience that we’re relishing the opportunity to play this year, it would be War of the Roses.

Fatshark’s historically accurate medieval combat game is completely different from its peers, placing more of an emphasis on close combat than pew-pewing someone from miles away.

Case in point the recent War of the Roses competitive final from Europe’s biggest LAN event, Dreamhack, where two teams fought against each other to win $5000. The fighting was fierce and the commentary, well, it wasn’t as bad as you’d think. (PC, War of the Roses)

sonicsidewinder  +   1139d ago
Mite be kewl.
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