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Blacklight: Tango Down - Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 54 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the story and action. The size and graphics are also appreciated. Views about the gameplay and usability are mixed. Some have doubts about the single player gameplay and design.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Blacklight: Tango Down - Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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BlackLight: Tango Down on Xbox 360

 

MMO Grinding in a FPS Setting

At a reasonably priced $15, this game is bound to have some replay value if not only for the fact that, in order to get any enjoyment out of it, it must be played long enough to build up a character that can withstand a gunfight. Based on the demo, I...

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Blacklight: Tango Down XBLA Review

 

Going into 2010, there seems to be an FPS for anyone who can hold a controller. Few breathe life into the genre, and the ones that typically do are mere sequels. While Blacklight: Tango Down doesn't necessarily bring anything new to the table, it's a...

The maps are all well designed with plenty of places to pop behind for the numerous short-range firefights that are bound to take place. The game is very grey, but it works well with the flaming debris and the war-torn walls. The music and sounds of...

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Blacklight: Tango Down

 

Blacklight: Tango Down, developed by Zombie Studios, is quite simply a no-nonsense budget multiplayer shooter. Zombie Studios obviously had high hopes for Blacklight: Tango Down, and these shine through in the high production values; from the front-end...

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Blacklight: Tango Down

 

It's no secret that gamers love first person shooters. One quick look at the Xbox Live most played game's list is pretty much the only evidence you'll need. At the top of course is genre juggernaut Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and it's quickly...

The trainer, comes equipped with pretty much anything you could ever ask for in Blacklight: Tango Down, including super health, the ability to add XP and rapid fire. By far though, my favorite combination was the rapid fire, mega ammo and no recoil as...

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Blacklight: Tango Down [Xbox Live Arcade]

 

Looks can be deceiving, however, and while it has all of the bullet-points of a good shooter, Blacklight: Tango Down lacks any semblance of originality or, for that matter, entertainment value. The fault can't be pointed towards any one element...

In the current era of gaming, there's no lack of competitive shooting action. Gamers can walk into any store and pick up Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Modern Warfare 2, M.A.G., Halo: ODST, or Killzone 2, and those are just games released in the past few...

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Blacklight: Tango Down

 

As a heavy FPS gamer, it takes a little more to get me excited about another one coming down the pipe. Blacklight: Tango Down is one of those games that didn't excite me too much beforehand, and doesn't really after playing it. It's not a bad attempt...

While there are aspects in the game that mimic some of the more expensive shooters out there, Blacklight: Tango Down just doesn't play well in a lot of areas. For $15, it might not be a bad purchase though for those on a budget and wanting another...

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Blacklight: Tango Down (PC) Review

 

The XBLA version of Zombie Studios' shooter has come, but we decided to give the PC version a go too. Is it worthy?

We covered the XBLA version of Zombie Studios' FPS Blacklight: Tango Down a couple of weeks ago, so if you want the skinny on the gameplay and features, head here, as there's no differences compared with this review.

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Blacklight: Tango Down

 

There are more than a few shooter titles to choose from these days, some might even say they are in excess. Each of these games promises a one-of-a-kind experience in hopes of separating itself from the rest of the pack. Blacklight is one of these...

In the end, Blacklight: Tango Down is a good game with some lofty goals. For sheer amount of content it gets gold stars, and ideas like the Digi Grenade, which explodes into a brilliant array of blinding pixels, are admirable ones. Unfortunately, the...

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Blacklight: Tango Down

 

Zombie Studios and Ignition Entertainment have teamed up to release Blacklight: Tango Down, a $15 FPS shooter intended for online multiplayer. This budget-priced title, available now on Xbox Live and PC (and eventually PSN), is powered by the Unreal...

Blacklight: Tango Down is a good value for anyone who enjoys competing in heated FPS battles online. It has its issues, but Zombie Studios provides a nice amount of content for the price, making it something FPS gamers should consider (especially in...

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Blacklight: Tango Down

 

Last summer, Dice proved that it was possible to make an online only, multiplayer focused shooter that was both successful and fun. Battlefield 1943 offered a

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