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Veröffentlichung: 4. Mai 2011

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Auf dem Schlachtfeld kann das bloße Vorurteil jede erdenkliche Form annehmen, es kennt keine Grenzen und steht hinter aller Zwietracht. In einer fernen Zukunft wird die Menschheit ihre furchtlosesten Beschützer rufen, um einem Feind entgegenzutreten, der entschlossen ist, alles menschliche Leben auszulöschen. Section 8®: Prejudice™ ist ein Ego-Shooter dessen dynamisches Kampfsystem durch jede Entscheidung - sei es die Wahl der Ausrüstung oder das Erfüllen spezifischer Ziele - beeinflusst wird.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Spielen Sie in der Einzelspieler-Kampagne als Alex Corde und folgen Sie einer Serie geheimer Verschwörungen, die die Menschheit an den Rande der Existenz getrieben hat.
  • Messen Sie sich in verschiedenen Mehrspieler-Modi mit bis zu 40 Spielern - vom strategisch fordernden Gameplay in "Conquest" bis hin zum "Swarm"-Modus, in dem Sie sich ganzen Horden hartnäckiger Gegner stellen müssen.
  • Entscheiden Sie selbst, an welcher Stelle Sie das Spielfeld betreten, um Ihre Verbündeten zu unterstützen oder Ihrem Gegner in den Rücken zu fallen.
  • Richten Sie die Wahl Ihrer Waffen, Ausrüstung und Munition nach Ihren eigenen Vorlieben aus.
  • Fordern Sie Vehikel an gewünschter Stelle zur Unterstützung an, wenn Ihr taktisches Vorgehen dies erfordert.
  • Setzen Sie Jet-Packs, Sprints und die Abwurfoption geschickt ein, um Ihre Gegner abzuhängen und zu überlisten.
  • Erledigen Sie abwechslungsreiche Kampfeinsätze - vom Luftangriff auf befestigte Stellungen zum Sichern kritischer Informationen.
  • Steigen Sie in Rang und Können auf, um ein zerstörerisches Arsenal aus über 60 Waffen, Ausrüstungsteilen und Upgrades freizuschalten.

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP/Windows Vista®/Windows® 7
    • Prozessor: Intel 3.0 GHz (single), 2.0 GHz (dual), oder AMD AthlonXP3200+
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce 7800 oder ATI Radeon X1900 (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 oder besser empfohlen)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0
    • Festplatte: 5.5 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 kompatible Soundkarte
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Xytictaful
( 27.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 27. Mai
I was looking forwards to playing this game again after stopping for a year, completely forgotten why I didn't touch it, then it occured to me.

- Teammate AIs are dumb, all of the missions that involving killing you have to do by yourself.
- All enemy AI know exactly where you are; even with maxed stealth, and will seek AND prioritise you first.
- All AI know what events will occur and will move into position 30 seconds early to get the instant drop on it (obvious with the "Vital Information Package" mission).
- The Difficulty doesn't improve the strategy of the AI, instead it makes them up to 300% stronger (I had the jump on an enemy but he still destroyed me with the same shotgun I used on him, with one shot). Wouldn't surprise me if they scaled the health.

After playing for 3 hours I'm leaving this Review here to let myself know not to play this enfuriating game.
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ruiz21o
( 213.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. Mai
Even if this has no MP its still is 10/10 for me
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Azzfrom
( 0.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 14. Mai
This game is complete trash ever since mulitplayer was destroying.
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Forgetfulhearer
( 6.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 13. Mai
Definitely one of the more frustrating games when having to protect structures, but overall it was fun.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
fable200k
( 0.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 12. Mai
A little bit of fun.
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Glamdring64
( 7.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 10. Mai
I loved this game on Xbox 360 and got it on PC for the inevitable demise of the old console. I hadn't touched it much because I wasn't able to figure out how to get GFWL... until recently. GFWL does work and the community does a great job of explaining how to get everything up and running. Yes, there aren't many people online, BUT you can play online (thanks to all the help from the community members) even if there aren't too many games to come by. The more important thing to me was the offline modes with bots which are ALL possible. Not to mention you can increase bot numbers in game. So if you were on the fence because of negative reviews saying GFWL is down, just check out the guides and discussions.

As for the game itself, here is why I love it:

Dynamic combat missions make every game feel unique and it's a feature I really wish was in other games. It makes the already solid Control Point centered gameplay even more fun and complex by adding a game mode within a game mode. They are all similar to game modes found in other games like escort missions, king of the hill, etc. and there are multiple objectives like that every game that you can choose to accomplish or not.

You acquire in game money during rounds that are used to purchase supply drops that can include turrets, tanks, mech suits (like a smaller scale version of Titanfall's mechs), and more. With these items, you can make the game more like a tower defense simulator or go on the offensive with a variety of vehicles. It really fits a lot of play styles and let's you do whatever you want.

The spawn system is awesome with players dropping into matches like sci-fi skydivers. You can pick anywhere on the map to spawn... unless there is an enemy anti-air turret (an item you can call in or that exist around enemy bases). It's incredibly fun and you can even kill players you land on.

You also have a lot of choices with character builds with weapons and perks.

Horde mode.

For a really in-depth look, check out TotalBiscuits videos on the game. He covers everything very well (if you want to sit through it all).

It's a shame this is the last game of the series and that it isn't active. I would pay more than $60 for a new game like this with all of the custimization options and offline play capabilities for when games eventually fade out (like this did). I'm so grateful for the community for helping bring back one of my favorite games of all time!

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Khaos
( 10.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Mai
Trailer is the reason i got this game, it didn't work on my old Computer, so when i got a new one, i was pleasantly surprised by the gameplay. I have more hours of this game then it says and i had it right when it came out. I love it and don't need GFWL to have fun, but most people do, becuase the Campaign isn't exactly satisfying for gameplay cravings. Even with AI, it is still good. Seriously, a great game by all standards.
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Partycrasher
( 36.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. April
So glad this has a fully-featured offline mode (with scaleable bots), as well as a decent campaign - even without the multiplayer, the atmosphere, feel and satisfying mechanics of the game still makes it worth playing imo, though obviously playing with bots is nothing like real multiplayer. Note: you will need an GFWL account to save any progress, which means installing an up-to-date version of the GFWL client (wish they'd migrated to Steamworks, but too late now I suppose).
Not sure why some people are having problems with the DLC - I was able to download the Colonies map pack today via the 'Windows Marketplace' and play it offline (but I did buy it years ago - not sure if that makes a difference).
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oroubas
( 5.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. April
klasse spiel,aber der single player ist viiiiiiielllll zu kurz,nur im sale würde ich da zuschlagen,ansonsten top.
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Shroomcloud
( 5.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 14. April
First of all, I love this game. I really do. I haven't played it as much as I want, though, because Windows Live dropped support for it. So even though I love this game, and its predecessor, I can't play it because Microsoft sent WinLive the way of the Dodo.

If you can make it work, get it. But I haven't been able to. GG, Microsoft.
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Vic502
( 2.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 10. April
Did nothing for me.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
thoWny<^>
( 2.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 8. April
Decent.
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knoodlesguy
( 3.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 6. April
Once an amazing game, but now I can't save any progress on windows 10, there is no live. Bought for a fun run on a game I used to play on ps3, but no online and even offline is screwed up!? This shouldn't be sold on steam
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GAGMR
( 6.7 Std. insgesamt )
Vorveröffentlichungsreview
Verfasst: 6. April
I was sniping in multiplayer & someone landed on me with their drop ship turning me into a road side flapjack.

10/10 would splat again

Unfortunately GFWL being shut down killed the game & it's multiplayer so it's not worth buying anymore. Too bad they never switched to Steamworks. If it ever does get the switch it'll be worth a buy.
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TacticalTruth
( 7.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. April
Section 8: Prejudice - Unfortunately dead

If you’ve never heard of the Section 8 franchise I wouldn’t be shocked. It was a bit of a sleeper on the Xbox and PS3 back in 2009. And had a sequel, Section 8: Prejudice, in 2011. But it never really made a name for itself.

Section 8 is a first person shooter that is, genuinely, pretty fun and does a very respectable job of offering an engaging experience. But sadly it never really seemed to catch on with people as a multiplayer game. Currently on the Steam forums there are about twenty-five people that actively want to play the game with each other. It also doesn’t help that the PC version is hamstrung by Games For Windows Live. Which, is essentially the black plague of video games. Very few were good enough to survive it’s life sucking parasitism.

That being said, Section 8: Prejudice has a fully fledged offline component with a single player campaign and decent bots. So If you were to buy this game right now there would still be content for you to enjoy. Which is nice!

Sadly I found the single player campaign to be pretty dull and it didn’t grab me at all. But, to be honest I didn’t buy this game for the single player and really had no interest in it. So take that for what it’s worth.

The real thing that attracted me to this game was that it appeared to be a cross between Battlefield, Halo, and Warhammer 40k. And guess what… That’s almost exactly what it is! The main game mode I play is called conquest. Which places you in a big sandbox map with various objectives on the map for you to fight over. This will require you to run from one side to the other many times over. But with up to thirty two players at a time, it’s usually pretty lively at all times.

I love me a battlefield game. And they don’t even have to be named Battlefield either. I loved Big Team Battle in Halo 2, Battlefield 2142, Power Struggle in Crysis, Red Orchestra 2, Quake Wars, etc. I have a soft spot for big ♥♥♥ multiplayer war sand boxes. There’s just something to them that I love.

Chaos, it’s probably all the chaos.

Now, what differentiates Section 8 from all of the other games that I mentioned? Well… That’s probably the game’s biggest weakness. Because there isn’t really that much too make it stand out. It’s a little bit generic. It doesn’t have a particularly strong flavor to it. It’s a Sci-Fi battlefield game where in you shoot dudes, drive tanks, pilot mechs, and drop in from orbit… That’s it.

Now, this isn’t a bad thing at all. Section 8 does what it does well. It just doesn’t do it better than anyone else. And I think that might be why the player base dried up. Which is unfortunate.

I have a game night with my friends every week where we play multiplayer games. And I brought Section 8 up because it’s cheap and something we could all play. My friend asked me what made Section 8 worth playing. All I said to him was “Nothing in particular, it’s just fun.”

Honestly, and sadly, I think that describes this game really well. It’s not particularly special. But it’s just fun. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Now, if you’re still interested let me tell you more about the general flow of the game.
You move pretty slow, and are relatively fragile in Section 8. Which is an interesting combination. There are many occasions where once I start getting shot by the time I can react, break the enemy’s shield and start damaging their health… I’m already dead. This requires you to be diligent. And you really have to use the environment to your advantage.

Thankfully there is a sprint that allows you to cover ground faster, but is relatively slow. In order to really get somewhere you have to run for a short period of time before you really start to go ham. But this also makes you put your weapon away meaning if you’re caught sprinting it could go bad for you.

All of this to say, I find the movement to be a little too sluggish for my taste. But it does make the game a bit more interesting. Most of the maps are rather large, and usually have about four points to capture. So you really have to commit to where you’re going. By the time you get there, the enemy might have started taking another point-- or even killed all of your allies. This is partly circumvented by the fact that you can literally pick your spawn point anywhere on the map. The game has your ‘reinforcements’ in orbit aboard a massive battlebarge dropping troops from orbit. This makes things really interesting, because no point is safe. And there is almost always constant pressure from all sides! I would say this is definitely Section 8’s defining characteristic.

There are also a decent variety of weapons in the game. You have the standards, Assault rifle, Sniper, Rocket Launcher, and shotgun present. As well as a more powerful ‘Machine Gun’, as well as a ‘Pulse Cannon’-- Which is kinda like a grenade launcher.

None of the weapons feel as powerful as I would have liked, but they’re all usable and effective. One cool aspect of the loadouts is that you can choose various ammo types for certain guns. The shotgun for instance can fire slugs, or incendiary ammo. And that’s pretty dope.

As I said, Section 8 has a decent amount of content to offer. But it doesn’t do anything better than anyone else. It’s a fun game to play here and there. But I can’t imagine really devoting a large amount of time to it.

Maybe if it had a larger player base, or didn’t suffer from Games For Windows Live-itus.
If you really want to play a battlefield-like, and want a game that’s similar to BF2142 Section 8 might fill that role.

But I doubt you’ll be able to really play it with anyone other than the AI. Although the game is only $10 I don’t feel that it’s a worthwhile time sink unless you have friends. And for that reason I would say give it a pass.

If you liked this review, check out more at 100HourSave.com
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파인Apple #gta5샀다
( 1.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 2. April
crusis 3+ battlefield 4
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Wedge
( 0.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. April
I immediately regret my decision owning this game.
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TimberWolves22
( 12.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. März
Though it may show that I have a low amount of hours on this game, that is untrue. I originally purchased this game through GFWL, but after complications I had to rebuy the game through steam. I have about 320 hours of game play in this game. Of every game I have ever played, this is my favorite. It was the first game that spawns you skydiving on your enemy, with the ability to crush them for a first victory. It is a game that allows for a longer reaction time than Call of Duty, Battlefield, or other FPS games. This game is the most intense, strategic, and creative FPS that I know exists. For only $15 ($22 after all the DLC) it is a steal, and this is due to the fact that it is better than every $60 game I have ever bought. Ignoring to play this game is a mistake.
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Interrogator_Chaplain N!N ®
( 222.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. März
R.I.P.


Game is unplayable due to the way gfwl left it.
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RAFAEL
( 0.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Februar
Bom jogo fps
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I was sniping in multiplayer & someone landed on me with their drop ship turning me into a road side flapjack.

10/10 would splat again

Unfortunately GFWL being shut down killed the game & it's multiplayer so it's not worth buying anymore. Too bad they never switched to Steamworks. If it ever does get the switch it'll be worth a buy.
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First of all, I love this game. I really do. I haven't played it as much as I want, though, because Windows Live dropped support for it. So even though I love this game, and its predecessor, I can't play it because Microsoft sent WinLive the way of the Dodo.

If you can make it work, get it. But I haven't been able to. GG, Microsoft.
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Though it may show that I have a low amount of hours on this game, that is untrue. I originally purchased this game through GFWL, but after complications I had to rebuy the game through steam. I have about 320 hours of game play in this game. Of every game I have ever played, this is my favorite. It was the first game that spawns you skydiving on your enemy, with the ability to crush them for a first victory. It is a game that allows for a longer reaction time than Call of Duty, Battlefield, or other FPS games. This game is the most intense, strategic, and creative FPS that I know exists. For only $15 ($22 after all the DLC) it is a steal, and this is due to the fact that it is better than every $60 game I have ever bought. Ignoring to play this game is a mistake.
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Section 8: Prejudice - Unfortunately dead

If you’ve never heard of the Section 8 franchise I wouldn’t be shocked. It was a bit of a sleeper on the Xbox and PS3 back in 2009. And had a sequel, Section 8: Prejudice, in 2011. But it never really made a name for itself.

Section 8 is a first person shooter that is, genuinely, pretty fun and does a very respectable job of offering an engaging experience. But sadly it never really seemed to catch on with people as a multiplayer game. Currently on the Steam forums there are about twenty-five people that actively want to play the game with each other. It also doesn’t help that the PC version is hamstrung by Games For Windows Live. Which, is essentially the black plague of video games. Very few were good enough to survive it’s life sucking parasitism.

That being said, Section 8: Prejudice has a fully fledged offline component with a single player campaign and decent bots. So If you were to buy this game right now there would still be content for you to enjoy. Which is nice!

Sadly I found the single player campaign to be pretty dull and it didn’t grab me at all. But, to be honest I didn’t buy this game for the single player and really had no interest in it. So take that for what it’s worth.

The real thing that attracted me to this game was that it appeared to be a cross between Battlefield, Halo, and Warhammer 40k. And guess what… That’s almost exactly what it is! The main game mode I play is called conquest. Which places you in a big sandbox map with various objectives on the map for you to fight over. This will require you to run from one side to the other many times over. But with up to thirty two players at a time, it’s usually pretty lively at all times.

I love me a battlefield game. And they don’t even have to be named Battlefield either. I loved Big Team Battle in Halo 2, Battlefield 2142, Power Struggle in Crysis, Red Orchestra 2, Quake Wars, etc. I have a soft spot for big ♥♥♥ multiplayer war sand boxes. There’s just something to them that I love.

Chaos, it’s probably all the chaos.

Now, what differentiates Section 8 from all of the other games that I mentioned? Well… That’s probably the game’s biggest weakness. Because there isn’t really that much too make it stand out. It’s a little bit generic. It doesn’t have a particularly strong flavor to it. It’s a Sci-Fi battlefield game where in you shoot dudes, drive tanks, pilot mechs, and drop in from orbit… That’s it.

Now, this isn’t a bad thing at all. Section 8 does what it does well. It just doesn’t do it better than anyone else. And I think that might be why the player base dried up. Which is unfortunate.

I have a game night with my friends every week where we play multiplayer games. And I brought Section 8 up because it’s cheap and something we could all play. My friend asked me what made Section 8 worth playing. All I said to him was “Nothing in particular, it’s just fun.”

Honestly, and sadly, I think that describes this game really well. It’s not particularly special. But it’s just fun. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Now, if you’re still interested let me tell you more about the general flow of the game.
You move pretty slow, and are relatively fragile in Section 8. Which is an interesting combination. There are many occasions where once I start getting shot by the time I can react, break the enemy’s shield and start damaging their health… I’m already dead. This requires you to be diligent. And you really have to use the environment to your advantage.

Thankfully there is a sprint that allows you to cover ground faster, but is relatively slow. In order to really get somewhere you have to run for a short period of time before you really start to go ham. But this also makes you put your weapon away meaning if you’re caught sprinting it could go bad for you.

All of this to say, I find the movement to be a little too sluggish for my taste. But it does make the game a bit more interesting. Most of the maps are rather large, and usually have about four points to capture. So you really have to commit to where you’re going. By the time you get there, the enemy might have started taking another point-- or even killed all of your allies. This is partly circumvented by the fact that you can literally pick your spawn point anywhere on the map. The game has your ‘reinforcements’ in orbit aboard a massive battlebarge dropping troops from orbit. This makes things really interesting, because no point is safe. And there is almost always constant pressure from all sides! I would say this is definitely Section 8’s defining characteristic.

There are also a decent variety of weapons in the game. You have the standards, Assault rifle, Sniper, Rocket Launcher, and shotgun present. As well as a more powerful ‘Machine Gun’, as well as a ‘Pulse Cannon’-- Which is kinda like a grenade launcher.

None of the weapons feel as powerful as I would have liked, but they’re all usable and effective. One cool aspect of the loadouts is that you can choose various ammo types for certain guns. The shotgun for instance can fire slugs, or incendiary ammo. And that’s pretty dope.

As I said, Section 8 has a decent amount of content to offer. But it doesn’t do anything better than anyone else. It’s a fun game to play here and there. But I can’t imagine really devoting a large amount of time to it.

Maybe if it had a larger player base, or didn’t suffer from Games For Windows Live-itus.
If you really want to play a battlefield-like, and want a game that’s similar to BF2142 Section 8 might fill that role.

But I doubt you’ll be able to really play it with anyone other than the AI. Although the game is only $10 I don’t feel that it’s a worthwhile time sink unless you have friends. And for that reason I would say give it a pass.

If you liked this review, check out more at 100HourSave.com
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3.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. April
Once an amazing game, but now I can't save any progress on windows 10, there is no live. Bought for a fun run on a game I used to play on ps3, but no online and even offline is screwed up!? This shouldn't be sold on steam
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68.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Dezember 2015
If anyone has bought this game for the $2.50 special I will host games weekly posted events in my group. Group is called "Section 8 Prejudice 2015 Conquest". I will have a game runnning 12/24/15 at 11:30pm CST. I have tested this with a friend and it works. You must however install the most recent GFWL. This is done by deleting the current one through control panel and installing the new version. Here is the link to the new version http://www.xbox.com/en-AU/Live/PC/DownloadClient
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14.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Januar
Don't listen to the fools who say you can't play the game due to GFWL. You can launch the game just fine through GameRanger, making the game perfectly playable.
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7.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Dezember 2015
Awesome game. Too short. Loved the ride while it lasted.
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117.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Januar
gfw is dead but the game still works and the dlc if you use the communtiy guide to fix the dlc maps code and gfw will work as long as you go to youtube to fix it so multplayer still works but if you have friend you we need to play with them as the game is well dead do to lack of players
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12.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Februar
I can't believe they're actually still selling this game, and for a sale at that. What the ♥♥♥♥ is their problem? This game has been dead for over a year. There's no one playing and no dedicated servers available to play on.
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48.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Februar
This is a great game. The spawn system is intuitive and negates spawn camping, the ability to call in air dropped mechs is brilliant, however the servers are dead and there is some issue getting the maps dlc to work. Although there are ways to fix the dlc issue. Unfortunately, outside of hamachi or similar lan programs, there isn't a definitive fix to that issue.
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17.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Dezember 2015
This game was awesome, too bad its dead and uses GFWL.
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43.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2015
Windows took my multiplayer.
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22.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Januar
An excellent shooter marred by horrendus DRM implementation and now dead multiplayer because of it. The studio responsible has also closed, so I doubt this will ever be relevant again.

I still await another FPS to include mechs, armoursuits and a respawn mechanic that involves dropping from orbit with a gigantic pair of balls.

I would recommend it, but the single-player alone is not very good.
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2.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Dezember 2015
If Halo 1 and Tribes had a baby, this would be it.

This series was overlooked so badly that it's criminal.

It's worth the 10 dollars easy, and if it's on sale you're absolutely denying yourself of a solid nostalgic shooter.
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11.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Februar
♥♥♥♥ game
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4.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Dezember 2014
Tcha, was soll ich sagen.....der Daumen nach unten tut weh....:

Steam hat gelogen, weil auf der Shopseite zu lesen ist: "Multiplayer". Leider sind die Server von Games-for-Windows-Live schon OFFLINE, somit gibt es keinen Online-Multiplayer mehr für diese Spielreihe, zumal das Entwicklerstudio auch schon geschlossen ist.
Nun, ich hab es für ein paar Euro gekauft und damit sehr kurzweilig, ungefähr knapp halb so viel Spass gehabt, wie mit dem Vorgänger, welchen ich nun viel eher für den Singelplaer empfehlen möchte.

Alles sehr traurig und unnötig, was Windows Live da malwieder abzieht.
Es wird auch keine neuen Server geben, so liest man es im Web. Sehr, sehr taurig........ Die ganzen DLCs zu kaufen, hätte ich mir dann wohl auch sparen können :P

Egal, kauft den Vorgänger, zockt ihn so lange wie ich und trauert danach mit mir um eine verlorene Liebe :)

02/10 Punkten
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18.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Oktober 2014
es war so ein geiles Spiel aber der Multiplayer musste natürlich sterben...
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11.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Januar 2014
Ich fand das game gut aber games for windows live macht ja dieses jahr zu des wegen sollt ihr lieber einen anderren Multiplayer shooter suchen das game war echt geil
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