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Submitted by Wiiloveit 540d ago | review

Review: Special Forces: Team X (darkzero)

"In this day and age, you can just about play any type of multiplayer, first-person shooter (FPS) on the PC, ranging from popular military shooters, such as Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty titles, to games like the sci-fi-themed Crysis 3. Even the free-to-play market has brought a wave of FPS games on a grand scale. It’s a genre that is constantly flooding the market, so it’s nice to see that Zombie Studios, who actually have their own free-to-play FPS by the name of Blacklight: Retribution, are attempting to fill an area of the market that lacks any substantial, big hitters at the moment." (darkzero) (PC, Special Forces: Team X) 5/10

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