Savage 2: A Tortured Soul
Savage 2: A Tortured Soul combines the best aspects of first-person shooting, real-time strategy and role-playing games. However, although it features solid execution and a helpful practice mode, this online action game is incredibly chaotic. There's no way to get a good idea of what each class' power does unless you visit the game's website or button mash the keys and hope for the best. A lot gets lost in the sea of trial and error, like the nuances of the combat system, which is more than hacking away at each other. There's also no training for the Commander, so players earn low scores for poor performance while learning on the job. However, despite these flaws, the game offers a ton of quality action for a low price.
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