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March! Offworld Recon

March! Offworld Recon (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Developer: HBM

Publisher
Region
Released
EU
02/27/2004

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March! Offworld Recon review

Reviewed December 16, 2008

Lewis Denby says: "If March-exclamation-mark-Offworld Recon had simply flashed up a load of static images of killer robots and huge chain-guns, layered on top of its preposterous midi-techno soundtrack, I'd have had a hell of a lot more fun. This is a first-person shooter with about as much personality and intrigue as a beige wall. There's far less context to it all than the original Doom. It manages to spectacularly predate a fifteen-year-old game in every conceivable way apart from when it was released."
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