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Submitted by combocaster 505d ago | review

Special Forces: Team X Review | ComboCaster

Special Forces: Team X is a third person shooter. It's multiplayer only and if you want to survive in the long term, you will need a dedicated player base and a dedicated development team to keep the interest of players with good updates. Unfortunately this is one of those games that nobody plays and then no one will buy. It's a cycle that can make a game can die just days after launch. In the Steam version we had access various servers were lifeless deserts and had to try a few times to get into the game at a time when there was a server full enough that I could analyze the game, which brings me very sincerely declare this game for dead just a week after launch and you urgently need a promotion of 75% at least trying to revitalize. (PC, Special Forces: Team X, Xbox 360) 4.5/10

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