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IMG Reviews Nuclear Dawn
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 3 comments

Inside Mac Games has posted a new review of Iceberg Interactive's Nuclear Dawn. The game offers a mix of first person shooter and real time strategy gameplay. Playing either as one of four unique soldier classes, or taking the role of commander, gamers battle for control of a war-torn post-apocalyptic world.

There are six different maps to choose from, and each one is expertly crafted, well balanced and just plain fun to fight on. All of them are urban or cityscapes of some kind, but each map is so different from the other that it's not repetitive. You have the sand-ridden Oasis or the snow covered Silo to the sprawling destroyed Downtown. Good use of additional assets such as destroyed buildings, vehicles, rubble, bodies, trees and more give that little bit of flair to each map which just makes it feel complete and not empty. Most fights are close quarters but some feature longer, wider spaces ideal for sniping or more measured fights.
Check out the full review at the link below.

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