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PCGamer Review:Brigade E5: New Jagged Union

Compounding the pedestrian gameplay are coarse, dated graphics; awkward character animations; flawed pathfinding; frustratingly uncooperative camera controls; and excruciating audio (voice acting and music). It's not all bad news though. The non-linear campaign does boast tremendous depth, LAN and peer-to-peer Internet multiplayer options add variety, and the real-world weapons modeling is encyclopedic in its scope and variety...

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