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Submitted by PNeafsey 816d ago | review

Natural Selection 2 (PC) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: At first glance Natural Selection 2 doesn’t seem to offer many options. The four maps, two races, and the option to play as either Soldier or Commander are the building blocks that make up Natural Selection 2. Considering the lack of a single-player option the limitation to online team deathmatch does leave a sparse impression. Despite this surface and superficial glance, once the available options are delved into there exists a wide variety of play-style options and nuanced mechanics to be playable by almost any kind of player. Especially in these times when the shooter genre dominates the video game market it’s important for developers to create unique products to stand above the rest. For Unknown Worlds the ability to expand upon their existing Natural Selection property, and add upon what was learned before places them with an advantage from many other developers. (Natural Selection 2, PC) 8/10

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