Summary: Forget what these people are saying about Blacklight Tango Down. Here's where it boils down to, did you like Call of Duty, Army of Two or Coded Arms (psp)? If so then by all means check out this demo and you will be amazed at the level of detail! Take the exhilarating gameplay of COD combined with the customization of weaponry from Army of Two-The 40th Day and inject it all into a CPU and you have in a nutshell Blacklight. Gametypes are limited which is why I gave it...
Summary: This game is terrible. I'm just gonna say that right now. Right now I wish I had played the demo instead of buying the full game. The spawning system is a joke. All that it is comprised of is one team spawns here and there is one way out, and the other team spawns here and there is one way out. All that leads up to is see whose team can get over to the other team's one way out first which leads to the basic concept: spawn camp or be spawn camped.
Summary: It's good that Blacklight: Tango Down originally had a 60 minute trial version. Cause that gave me just enough time to understand the game sucks. To start off, the menu screen in Blacklight was already a nuisance. With a constantly changing background, and small white or back text on slightly bigger gray labels. I had a harder time understanding the menu screen than I did about the meaning of life.
Shooter für den kleinen Geldbeutel - Blacklight Tango Down
9 May 2011
Summary: Online-Schiessmichtot für kleines Geld Wer gerade wenig finanzielle Mittel im Gelbeutelchen hat, aber trozdem nicht auf einen neuen xBox-exklusiven Shooter verzichten möchte möchte, für den ist Blacklight: Tango Down eine willkommene Call of Duty - Alternative. Am Anfang scheint das Spiel noch als sehr inovativloses Spiel rüberkommen, und große Neuerungen bringt das Spiel auch nicht.