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Urban Terror second review - Fun over realism

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Fun over realism is the official game motto, which reminds me, it's been three years since I last wrote about this first person shooter title. As one of the most complete and popular free tactical shooters out there, it sure deserves praise and attention. It is well packaged as a product, relatively bug-free, with a simple installation, decent graphics, low requirements, a solid and growing fanbase, and most importantly, a balanced gameplay that offers something to everyone.

At the end of 2010, I included the game as one of the best free games of the year. So you have seen your share. But I will pretend there is no Urban Terror review on Dedoimedo, no awards, nor teasers, and give you a new, fresh article, based on yet another year of shooting for pleasure.

Let's see what it can do.




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