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Cross Fire

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Platform: PC
Genre: Online Shooter
Developer: Unknown

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Region
Released
NA
10/??/2008
EU
10/??/2008

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Cross Fire review

Reviewed March 27, 2009

Freelance Writer says: "CrossFire is a grain of sand in a desert full of free, online first-person shooters. The majority of these are played and maintained by fanatic Koreans with glazed eyes and twitchy fingers, going to any lengths to improve their skill. At first glance, this particular title fails to stand out from its peers; sporting low-grade graphics, two factions that are constantly at war for no real reason and a promotion system that will be uncannily familiar to the fans of Battlefield or Call of Duty. The gameplay, whilst repetitive, is oddly addictive and never really gets frustrating, despite having to fight alongside some rather incompetent people."
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