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Shooter Games

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • + Gritty and action packed, combat is fast and furious
  • + Very straight forward in what it offers in arena PVP
  • + Play as both sides! Combat is rounds where teams swap factions at the end of each round.
Cons:
  • - Very niche; not many game modes yet
  • - Other classes can only be unlocked by leveling or purchasing them
  • - No penalties for leaving a match
  • Nosgoth
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Square Enix)
  • Nosgoth is a free-to-play, competitive online multiplayer game set in the Legacy of Kain universe. Choose between the ranged-specialized Humans or the brutal up-close carnage of the Vampires, and let the bloodshed begin

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Varied game modes.
  • +Players start with a lot of GP.
  • +Short optional tutorial.
Cons:
  • -Dated graphics.
  • --Few original or unique features.
  • -Repetitive gameplay.
  • Cross Fire
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Z8Games)
  • Cross Fire is a 3D first person shooter that looks and plays a lot like the original Counter Strike. Gain ranks, earn GP, buy new guns and keep track of your kill/death and win/loss ratios in this fast paced tactical shooter.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Quality Tutorial.
  • +Balanced gameplay.
  • +Varied weapons.
  • +Good variety of clothes and skills
Cons:
  • -Very few playable maps.
  • -Latency issues.
  • S4 League
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Aeria Games)
  • S4 League is a third person 3D Sci-fi shooter. Play in one of eight game modes, go on weekly missions, and earn money to purchase new gear or upgrade your current gear in the game's shop.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Excellent weapon customization options.
  • +Unique switchable class system.
  • +Very polished and balanced gameplay.
  • +Unique achievement system.
  • +Great interface.
Cons:
  • -Yet another 'modern' tactical MMOFPS.
  • -Aiming takes a while to get used to.
  • -Needs more weapon variety.
  • -Cash shop challenges.
  • Alliance of Valiant Arms
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Aeria Games)
  • Alliance of Valiant Arms, commonly abbreviated as A.V.A, is a tactical MMOFPS powered by the powerful Unreal 3 engine. The game is set during a fictional war between the European Union and the Neo Russian Federation.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Attention to detail in every plane.
  • +Realistic combat by sky, land, and sea.
  • +Varied modes of gameplay.
Cons:
  • -Can be bit of a harsh learning curve.
  • -Might want a joystick or gamepad.
  • -Targets often don’t stand out.
  • War Thunder
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Gaijin Entertainment)
  • War Thunder puts you in the cockpit of a warplane, as you battle across historical dog fights from World War II. With a focus on a realistic experience, you’ll fly alongside squadron members as you take down your opponents with skill.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Over 150 armored vehicles to command.
  • +Historically accurate tanks of American, French, German, British, Soviet, and Chinese design.
  • +Easy to learn, simple gameplay.
Cons:
  • -No single player or PvE modes.
  • -Cash shop advantage.
  • -Repetitive gameplay.
  • World of Tanks
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Wargaming)
  • World of Tanks is a 3D, team-based MMO shooter where players take control of World War 2 era tanks. Gameplay in World of Tanks requires teamwork and strategy. With over a hundred tanks to choose from and up to sixty players per battle, WoT offers conflicts of epic proportions!