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Submitted by pearly27 590d ago | review

Natural Selection 2 review | Select Start Media

"Natural Selection 2 is an undeniably well-made game in terms of depth of gameplay elements and aesthetic quality. The major issues come through it being an online game, with some balancing issues and a fairly unpleasant community. Unknown Worlds have done great by developing this title, and are constantly updating it (which earns them a huge thumbs-up from me), but I find it difficult to recommend a title that subjects players to listening to teammates constantly making excuses and blaming each other for defeat, and has instilled within me so much anger. That said, Counter Strike is another inarguably great game with a downright unpleasant community. The bottom line is that Unknown Worlds have successfully tackled the task of smushing FPS and RTS gameplay into one delicious package, and have delivered some of that sweet, sweet innovation I’ve been dreaming of." - Nick Longshaw, Select Start Media (Natural Selection 2, PC) 8.5/10

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