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Submitted by nrvalleytime 586d ago | review

Review: ShootMania Storm (DarkZero)

"When Ubisoft announced the ManiaPlanet platform at its E3 2010 press conference and at the same time revealed two titles that would join with TrackMania 2 in the Mania family, these being ShootMania and QuestMania, I was full of excitement. I am an avid fan of the TrackMania franchise, not only because the games’ themselves are fantastic, but also becauset Nadeo created a self-contained environment that allowed people full control in creating an unlimited amount of tracks and decals for TrackMania’s themed courses and vehicles. Applying that concept to a shooting game and a RPG sounds damn right amazing. ShootMania Storm took a while to arrive from its scheduled release of Q1 2011, but it’s here now, so after spending time with the game, is it worthy of the Mania title and the ideas that come with that?" (PC, ShootMania Storm) 8/10

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