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Submitted by mathsman 832d ago | news

ShootMania Storm Suffers Delay, Open Beta Launches

Ubisoft and Nadeo have announced that ShootMania Storm, the online multiplayer first-person shooter (FPS), has been hit by a delay. Operating as a closed beta test currently, ShootMania Storm will now be released in April 2013. However, starting today the videogame will enter an open beta phase allowing the developers to receive more feedback from the community and ensuring a higher level of polish before the release in April. (PC, ShootMania Storm)

profgerbik  +   832d ago
Ew this looks like they tried to copy Firefall and failed miserably at it.

Firefall is completely free also and looks 100x better than this game ever did and it's cell shaded. Gotta play Firefall on highest settings to know what I mean, it's a beautiful game probably the most graphically intense free game I have ever seen.
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