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Submitted by respawnaction 1138d ago | article

Chromehounds Needs to Join the Mech Rebirth

RA "Back in 2006 there was not much to play online with your brand new Xbox 360. You had Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, sure, which was great, but other than that the online realm was pretty limited. That is, however, until the summer of that year came and SEGA and From Software's Chromehounds hit, an online-focused mech shooter that featured an ever-evolving three-way war, known as The Neroimus War. It featured a huge emphasis on customization, and each nation had their own distinct advantages." (Chromehounds, Hawken, MechWarrior Online, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Finch  +   1138d ago
Yes it does!
Dlacy13g  +   1138d ago
Agreed.... reboot!
SOD_Delta  +   1138d ago
Chomehounds was awesome I miss that game. Hopefully it makes a comeback some day. I'll buy it day one.

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