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Submitted by shaneryanTB 496d ago | review

Special Forces: Team X review | Thunderbolt

James Dewitt, Thunderbolt writes:
Special Forces: Team X has so many ingredients in its blender it’s hard to tell just what exactly it’s supposed to do better than other shooters out on the market. In a nutshell, it’s a third-person shooter with multiplayer that has elements from many different sources. It has Gears of War’s cover system, team-based gameplay from SOCOM, the whimsical graphics and humor from Borderlands/Team Fortress 2, and topped with a leveling and perk system that’s prevalent in so many other online shooters. The result is a game that, despite all of its elements, blends into the crowd. (Special Forces: Team X, Xbox 360) 5/10

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