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Submitted by bggriffiths 294d ago | review

Enemy Front Review – An Inglorious Bughunt [Dealspwn]

Dealspwn writes: The extensive development time hasn’t helped the game nail a single element of what makes WWII shooter games great. The biggest disappointment is the abhorrent hit detection system that frequently makes your input to the fight almost irrelevant. Between glitches, bugs and the sobbing CryEngine there’s the occasional intense sniping encounter or hold-the-line battle, but it’s never enough to overcome this crushing defeat. (Enemy Front, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/10

Aon  +   291d ago
I vary happy that someone want to come back to WWII time in shooter game. Wnemy Front give me a lot of good fun and evokes good memories from my childhood when I play in MoH or first path of CoD. For me Enemy Front is good game and I give it 7/10.

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