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Posted 03 May 2013 - 08:12 AM
I've been a notorious player of this game for about 3 years. I've seen it decreas in numbers of hardcore gamers and very few new players pick it up.
For you that don't know what Project INF is, its a online multiplayer shooter whit different characters and customization options. It has a advanced community of clans who set up wars and tournaments. At a first look it seams rather simple but the complexity of the gameplay, tactics and community is great if just given some time.
I can see why it's not for everybody. Becoming a average skilled player and picked up by a clan takes time and patient. But still, I think the game should attract more players than it does.
Anyone tried it? Why did or didnt you stick whit it?
Whats the best way of promoting a game to new ppl?
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