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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 567d ago | news

Blacklight: Retribution Coming to Consoles

IGN:Zombie Studios have confirmed with IGN that the worldwide rights for console versions of Blacklight: Retribution have been negotiated from the PC version's publisher Perfect World Entertainment. (Blacklight Retribution, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Skate-AK  +   567d ago
PS4 please. It's one of the best looking F2P titles on PC and I would like to have the same visual level.
cyclindk  +   567d ago
Hopefully they streamline the economy system and menus, nothing like a bloated and confusing UI to turn someone off a game.

Is the best looking free to play though and smooth.
yodawins  +   567d ago
heroes and generals*
ninjahunter  +   567d ago
Good game, i would argue it to be the best smaller map FPS ive played in recent times. But cmon what are we comparing with? Call of duty? That games more dependant on your ping than you skill. I never really feel cheated on my K/D in Blacklight.

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