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PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 12:03 pm    Post subject: Community Playdate: Blacklight Tango Down Reply with quote

The game no one has, or cares about.

I recently purchased this game and can't remember why I didn't like it when I first played it a few years back. It's wonderful. Flawed, but wonderful. The 4 co-op missions were obviously thrown together, but they are fun and each one lasts a good 15-20 mins. Maybe 30 on Hard.

The multiplayer is a lot better than I expected, seeing as how you can see enemies through walls with your HRV (Hyper Reality Visor), but instead of making the game worse, it balances it out and requires you to play tactically, even at a fast pace. The maps seem to be built for spawn camping in certain cases, which seems to be the biggest downside.

Anyways, let's get to the point. It's $5, which is a lot better than it's original price point of $15. So I'm proposing a community playdate, and I wanted to know who wouldn't mind spending a few bucks and having a few rounds of multiplayer, maybe even playing some co-op. Anyone interested or would I be better of watching grass grow? lol
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