E.T. Armies

Raspina Studio, Merge Games
Mar 3, 2016 - PC

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Critic Reviews for E.T. Armies

Even if we consider the limitations and problems of the developers, E.T. Armies does not go beyond a weak and disappointing game in the end. The developers' efforts to create an AAA title are commendable, but lack of sufficient experience in this field, coupled with a series of mistakes, has made this title not to appear at a good quality level and also have a lot of problems; Problems that right now and years after the game's release date, show themselves much more than before and have drastically lowered its value

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E.T. Armies is a well-made indie FPS with a few caveats that occasionally detract from a mostly enjoyable experience. The narrative is pretty forgettable and the lack of controller options may put some unsuspecting players off, but the moment-to-moment gunplay is the real draw here and it shines through brightly. If you're in the mood for some mindless, albeit budget, action then E.T. Armies has got you covered. If only it had a catchier name.

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In the end, E.T. Armies is nothing really special. The gunplay is fine so long as you're content with using a limited amount of weaponry against some brainless AI. The story is passable if you're OK with a presentation that's not exactly up to snuff. Without a real multiplayer community to extend the life of the game, E.T. Armies is overly dependent on the campaign maintaining players' interest in the title. It's a good effort from the studio, but it's not the best choice if you're jonesing for some FPS fun.

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