E.T. Armies Going For Steam and screenshots

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    ET Armies is a sci-fi FPS developed by Iranian studio Raspina that's set to come to Steam in early March. Ahead of its release, the studio is offering free copies of the full game to randomly-select...

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  2. Tat3

    Tat3 Ancient Guru

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    After the disappointment for not being Enemy Territory game this did become interesting when I noticed the price.

    Looking forward to this one, I do not know any other Iranian game dev or game made there. Saving a bit cash on graphics is ok to me if other parts of the game work.
     
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    JulesCools Banned

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    After the disappointment for not being an E.T. The Extra Terrestrial game, this became not interesting.

    It looks like it might win the award for FPS Milker Award 2016
     
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    Denial Ancient Guru

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    After the disappointment for not being an E.T. The Edison vs Tesla game, this became slightly interesting.

    For $15 it might be worth it.
     

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    AC_Avatar100400 Master Guru

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    I have a Review/Press key for this and played it for a hour last night.
    Its honestly not nearly there and very average but i hope it will be better by Launch.

    I guess i was hoping for a Bullerstorm like FPS experience but expected to much.
    I'm mite post a First Impressions video of it but the Dev hasn't given out a NDA so it will be interesting to see if the video stays up or not.
     

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