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Interstellar Marines v14 Released, More Single-player Goodness

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Interstellar Marines is really starting to shape up with good performance, and some more single-player content.

In the latest update they have updated the AI for "The NeuroGen Incident" the single-player mission that has you fighting off killer robots, and it's surprisingly jumpy. If they manage to keep this up for more missions it will be a bit like playing the FPS 'F.E.A.R' again, and that's great.

We tested some of the newer Survival mode earlier at GOL by doing some co-op (myself and Samsai) and it was quite fun, but the robots deal massive amounts of damage very quickly, so you need to be a good shot. I seriously can't wait for more types of enemies to appear to freak us out some more.
We did manage to finish one of the survival runs after a good few utterly failed attempts, and I may have accidentally killed Samsai a few times.

I also tested some of the Escape game mode and that was equally as satisfying with more killer robots! The new modes really add a lot of re-playability to the game, and I can't wait to see what they have cooking for v15.

I am starting to have really high hopes for this one, as it could be one of the best FPS games Linux has in future.

Check out Interstellar Marines on Steam now.
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wingofacrow 5 Nov, 2014
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