Five Underrated FPS Games to Keep You Busy Until October "18 years after the original Doom, and the first person shooter genre still effortlessly dominates the international gaming landscape. Because of their bountiful prevalence, every year sees a small handful (at least) of unjustly belittled genre titles getting lost in the shuffle, many of which were thoroughly undeserving of that fate..."

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Emilio_Estevez2640d ago

That's not an FPS, it's good, but not an FPS

ATiElite2640d ago (Edited 2640d ago )

Although not underrated I'll be playing Red Orchestra 2 even after October.

Singularity is a good game people should try.

AAACE52640d ago

Do a lot of people still play Warhawk? I was thinking about getting it again, but wasn't sure because of the Starhawk announcement!

vickers5002640d ago

Unless you're really determined to master the game, I wouldn't buy it at this point because it's pretty much only hardcore players left, who will own you and only end up pissing you off.

It's a fun as hell game, but the people who mastered the warhawks hover mode kind of ruin it for every one else on the ground.

2fk2640d ago

MOH shouldn't really be there i was highly disappointed spending $60 on it but it's worth it for the BF3 beta though =)....MAG was pretty fun also =)

firemassacre2640d ago

mag was really god, also f.e.a.r that game was good

firemassacre2640d ago (Edited 2640d ago )

also anyone remember x111?

yea i meant X111

Legion2640d ago (Edited 2640d ago )

You threw me off with the no caps thing. I am assuming you meant XIII. Which was an excellent cellshaded FPS.

Legion2640d ago

I would recommend Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising be on the list. Better underrated FPS then most of the games on that list.

FunkMcnasty2640d ago

Yea, OpF:Dragon Rising was a great game.. a good dose more challenging and tactical than the average military FPS, but sometimes a bit too hard. I'm waiting to check out OpF:Red River sometime soon too..

bozebo2640d ago

I would have liked it if it wasn't so buggy (especially the AI)

Legion2640d ago (Edited 2640d ago )

I have played the game through a few times and have found only a few issues with AI. A few times of getting stuck in path finding or having issues with first aid.

But once you get that action wheel down you can quickly take control of your team. It does take some micro management... but nothing different then having to micromanage my real troops when I was in the military. ha

It is the closest game to the original Tom Clancy Rainbow Six with being able to set way points for movement. Just outside environment. And wishing I could set all the way points and then cue them like in Rainbow Six. "Go Alpha" "Go Bravo"!

I haven't heard too many good things about Red River... friends have told me it is too linear compared to Dragon Rising.

retrofly2640d ago

Red Orchestra - £6.99 from steam, but you also get the brilliant exspansion mod Darkest Hour for free too! It's online only but a throughly brilliant game if you like your realism kicked up a notch.

DH is constantly updated, the latest version 5.0 was released in may this year with new weapons, vehicles and maps :)

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