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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 777d ago | review

Edge-Natural Selection II Review

Edge:Natural Selection II’s combatants are opposed to each other in more ways than one. They fight, sure, scrapping to control the large interconnected maps that the multiplayer shooter calls home. But they’re different, right down to their DNA. (Natural Selection 2, PC) 8/10

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