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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:19pm 19/06/17 | 1 Comments
From the team behind the Sniper Elite series and the Nazi Zombies that came later comes Strange Brigade, a third-person co-op shooter set in a fantastical 1930s. One where exotic locations, treasure, and yeah, zombie-type enemies lurk around every corner. The E3 demo focuses heavily on the arcade-style shooting mechanics that look fun, if a little bland.

Only because shooting hordes of enemies is way better in person.



This demo has us optimistic about the final product, and we'd love to see the co-op, puzzle, and environmental stuff fleshed out a bit more. As this has the chance to be a great arcade multiplayer shooter. Currently, Strange Brigade doesn't have a release date.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 09:27am 20/6/17
Played this. It's a serviceable arcade shooter, but better be a budget digital-only release, because it's not meaty or flashy enough to really warrant a full release and I can't see it presenting enough depth beyond what I played and what's been shown in the trailer. Fun, but will only really grab you in basic co-op time-passing sessions with friends.
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