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Future Tactics: The Uprising

Future Tactics: The Uprising (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Strategy
Developer: Zed Two


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Future Tactics: The Uprising review

Reviewed April 11, 2015

Robotic_Attack says: "It's really fun to experiment with tactics and ideas that aren't even on the table in most strategy games, such as blowing through cover, hiding in craters the crossfire has created, knocking enemies off cliffs, dropping cars on them, etc. The game's flaws are really glaring in a modern light."
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