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MicroProse and Zombie Studios -- the studios behind BlackLight: Tango Down, Saw and Saw II: Flesh & Blood -- have given their take in a crowded genre of shooters. Special Forces: Team X lacks a storyline, but it’s refreshing to know that Zombie Studios tried to keep it a simple shooter. Yet they implemented a ranking and customization system that will have... Read Review

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