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Tribes 2

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JIVEMagazine.com
3 May 2009

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Dan's Data
18 March 2009
  • Conclusion: But the world needs more of us. When there are 30 or more people playing, just one Bastard can tip the balance for his or her team by tossing a generous handful of sand in the enemy gears.
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Tribes 2

GameClubCentral
5 February 2004
  • Conclusion: The Wrap-up: Even though there are plenty of bugs to justify returning the game, there is enough good things in this game to make you glad you bought this game. Give it a try, and if you don't like Sierra will be more than happy to refund the product. This is the new standard of multiplayer action gaming, but it may not be able to hold the crown for long.
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Tribes 2

Gameguru Mania
17 September 2003
  • Excerpt: Tribes 2 is a first person shooter set in the 40th century. Building upon the award-winning Starsiege Tribes, Tribes 2 inserts you into breathtaking worlds where brainpower and teamwork are the only true keys to survival. Tribes 2 features all the great things that the original had. Each bit has been enhanced and expanded.
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GameGenie.com
1 August 2003
  • Summary: While Tribes 2 is a great game, for owners of the original Starsiege Tribes, it really isn't enough of an upgrade to necessitate purchasing the newer version. But you will anyway. For those of us that didn't experience the meaty goodness of Tribes 1, Tribes 2 is a great game to delve into the online first person shooter community. The combination of the gameplay elements make for an unique experience which honestly is not paralleled in any other game.
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Tribes 2

Game Boyz
22 June 2003
  • Excerpt: Publisher: Sierra Studios Developer: Dynamix Minimum System Requirements: Pentium II 400 Mhz 64 MB RAM (128 MB RAM suggested) 531 MB HD Space 4x Speed 12MB or better video card Recommended System Requirements: Pentium II: 300 MHz w/ GeForce & GeForce 2, Diamond Viper II, Ati Rage 128, or Pentium II: 400 MHz w/ TNT, TNT 2, Radeon, Matrox G400 & G450 Voodoo 3, or Pentium III: 500 MHz w/ Voodoo 2, Voodoo 4, Voodoo 5, Kyro Permedia 3 Genre: First Person Shooter ESRB Rating:...
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Tribes 2

The Armchair Empire
6 June 2003
  • Conclusion: alone that even making a run at the enemy base with two other people is difficult. For example, to quickly destroy base turrets you can "paint" a target for someone with a rocket launcher to accurately take out. But normally everyone runs around like Rambo trying to take on 32 opposing players without anyone’s help. (In contrast, the bots behave far better.) Team tactics work better over LAN since you can shout at teammates and berate the opposition.
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cpugamer.com
9 July 2002

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CVG
22 January 2002
  • Excerpt: It seemed to come out of nowhere to become the leading squad-based first-person shooter. The following Starsiege Tribes developed was proof enough that a well-made team game was something a lot of gamers wanted. It had no appreciable off-line play, offering mainly a great game of capture the flag, although it did have a few other modes on offer.
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Review: Tribes 2 (PC)

Gametactics
9 November 2001
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