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Submitted by jaggernaut25 733d ago | opinion piece

First-Person Gaming Runs a Marathon

PSUni: "The world of gaming changed in 1992 when “Wolfenstein 3D” hit the stands. The love of first-person shooter (FPS) games was only further ignited by the release of the long-time revered “Doom.”

As games like “Borderlands” rumble into living rooms across the world, the technology and experience of an afternoon with an FPS game is only going to get better." (Doom, Half-Life, Halo, Industry, PC, PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360)

coolmaster  +   733d ago
fps games will be popular because people love dreaming of being a soldier running and shooting enemies.its cool and fun. moreover, first person shooters like battlefield provide not only fun and explosions but also tactics and competition.

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