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Submitted by HairyArse 2174d ago | article

AllAboutTheGames - Farewell, Chromehounds, We Hardly Knew You

Phil May writes:

"Sega pulls the plug on FROM Software's sublime online Mech war after 3 and a half years

The first time I played the Chromehounds demo, I was resolute that it would never enter my collection

Sega / FROM Software's Mech shooter seemed to be a bit sparse on the action, tore like buggery and felt like an insult to games like Mechwarrior 2, games that did mech warfare properly.

Like a lot of reviewers who did the game a serious disservice by not even bothering to take the game online, let alone sink enough hours into it to come up with a measured and proper response to its deep persistent-war driven gameplay, I was incredibly wrong about Chromehounds and once word started to get round amongst those Xbox 360 Gamers who took the plunge and bought it, Chromehounds became an essential purchase." (Chromehounds, Xbox 360)

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