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Submitted by HawkSE 898d ago | review

Special Forces: Team X Review | Saving Content

Excerpt: "The level design is the most unique thing about the game. The map is split into three sections, and between matches can be voted to be three different sections for nine different combinations, making each time you play it, something a little different and mix n’ matched . But yes, I said the map, as in one. Even with the modular design, you’ll still know you’re on the same map with slight variations. I hope there’s more content on the way, as it’s severely lacking." (PC, Special Forces: Team X, Xbox 360) 3/5

SlapHappyJesus  +   898d ago
Can't say I was all that impressed with the trial, really. The game is doesn't really have anything wrong with it, it just screams "average" in just about every aspect of it.
HawkSE  +   897d ago
Exactly, nothing is broken. It just doesn't do anything to stand out, at all.

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