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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 463d ago | preview

MTB: No Cyclist Is Safe: Hands-on with Heroes & Generals

MTB: I think I fell in love with Heroes & Generals when I shot the soldier off the bicycle. Actually, I know I did.

Heroes & Generals is a free-to-play online shooter based in World War II; one that I would actually play. And that’s something coming from me. Shooters and I don’t tend to get along well, especially when other human beings are brought into the mix. Being unwilling and often unable to practice, I just don’t find that I have much interest in putting in the time I would need to be good enough to play most shooters in any kind of competitive way. So, when I found myself not just doing a decent job at the game but also enjoying it, I was downright surprised. (Heroes & Generals, PC)

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