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Submitted by crazypenguin08 846d ago | video

Top 5 Free to Play Shooters

We(FPSGeneral) compiled a Top 5 list video that does its best to average out the games that turned up on our list in a universal Top 5 Free 2 Play Shooter list. Without further delay, check out the video and if you'd like to check out the original piece, you can do so at http://www.fpsgeneral.com/n...

Let us know which games you think we missed in the comments! (Blacklight Retribution, PC, Planetside 2, PS3, ShootMania Storm, Team Fortress 2, Tribes Ascend, Xbox 360)

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Naate  +   846d ago
Team Fortress 2 deserves #1, hands down. Well played.
crazypenguin08  +   846d ago
It shames me not to be able to include Gotham City Imposters on this list. If anyone happens to see this comment and hasn't tried it out yet... I urge you to do so. It's my personal #2 :)
SmallKiwi  +   846d ago
Where is Hawken on this list? INVALID LIST DOWNVOTE

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