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Submitted by PNeafsey 403d ago | review

Rising Storm (PC) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: Red Orchestra, known as a gaming series that captures the realism of historic wars, has returned to the market with a new look at a conflict that we have seen many times before. Rather than build another game with rarely played campaigns, Tripwire Interactive focused on bringing their style of gaming to the multiplayer area of the Pacific theater of World War II. Rising Storm pits the American-based allied forces against the Japanese-infused Axis powers in a biased, yet realistic approach to the first-person shooter. But is a game that has previously focused on sides of war that history glances over going to have an original take on a conflict we’ve seemingly seen all sides of? (PC, Rising Storm) 8.5/10

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