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Submitted by Lavalamp 805d ago | review

Retrovirus Review | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: "This is such a stellar step forward since only three months ago, gone from a peculiarly quiet and distracting game to something that feels as though it could have been born of those shooter glory days in the early 2000s. There are still a few technical issues – it crashed a couple of times for me, and a couple more started temporarily freezing until I force-quitted my way out. And it’s unquestionably bloated, padding itself out where it just didn’t need to, where it already had enough superb content to see it through. But it’s also a really superb FPS, and blessedly a six-axis one, made intricate through some really genuinely smart weapon design of the like not seen in a shooter for far too long." (PC, Retrovirus) -

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