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Submitted by Sardunos 834d ago | opinion piece

Remembering Chromehounds

4Player-"Back in 2006, early in the Xbox 360s lifespan, quite a few people may have found themselves wanting for new multiplayer mech games. One such developer, From Software ( of Demons Souls, Dark Souls fame), answered this call with flying colors. To many this game was the Mecca of Mechs, rife with customization options that were never before seen on a console and the ability to build your own Mech (hereby referred to as Hounds) from the ground up to suit your playstyle. This game was a multiplayer powerhouse for those with an itchy trigger finger and a love for all things mechanical." (Chromehounds, Xbox 360)

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