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Bit-Tech: Blacklight: Tango Down Hands-On

Blacklight: Tango Down’s problem is primarily the choice of setting – abandoned, semi-bombed rooftops and buildings sound good on paper because they’re very vogue and it's easy to feel every game is following that style. The problem is that while most games with generic settings manage to gain distinction in other areas, Blacklight doesn’t. It’s a multiplayer shooter and the levels aren’t unique or even really all that good. Oh dear.

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