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4.33 stars 4.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 7 releases and 0 DLC
Just to get it out of the way... no, I never did play the original Section 8. It looked nice, like a mix of old school Tribes, Battlefield, and Unreal Tournament. But uh, just never got around to paying 60 bucks for it, considering that the community for the game would probably be small, and the fact that there was no proper singleplayer campaign. Well, now they're back with Section 8 Prejudice, a 15 dollar Xbox Live Arcade release. For 15 bucks... I'll try almost anything, you betcha. So...3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Review brought to you by The Battle BroCastEvery kid has a favorite toy. It might be a truck, it might be an action figure; mine was a teddy bear. It's that kind of toy that you still love and hold close to you no matter what happens to it. That truck can lose a wheel, that action figure can be headless, that teddy bear can lose an arm, and it'll still be as dear to you as it was when it was brand new. Timegate forsook the arguably failed attempt at a full retail release in the original Sectio...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Now a recent trend is coming up to try to capitalize on the low income market."Why pay 60 dollars on first person shooter when you can pay 15 dollars for the same experience." Well Blacklight tango down was what I consider the first success. It had a diverse leveling system and some unique game-play but the problem was it was to in house. The tags and other stats gave no reason explanation and even the developers had to release a series of "guides" to explain it and that got a bit convoluted. No...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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