Blacklight Tango Down [Online Game Code]

2.5 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews
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ASIN B008PGUVLE
Release date July 14, 2012
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2.5 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #11,884 in videogames
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Experience the bleeding edge of advanced warfare. Fight tomorrow’s conflicts with or against your friends in the gritty Blacklight universe. Make your stand across seven game modes with 12 different maps in intense online battles supporting up to 16 players. Or fight through four intense Black Ops missions co-operatively or alone; all the while gaining experience, collecting stats, and unlocking items. Earn new weapon attachments and items, improve your abilities, and engage your Hyper Reality Visor to locate enemies and take them out. Customize your character and weaponry from among millions of combinations to become the soldier you always wanted to be.


System Requirements
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OS:Win 7, Vista and XP
Processor:Dual Core Processor
RAM:1 GB
Hard Drive:2 GB
Video Card:Direct X 9.0c
Additional Info:Steam account required for game activation and installation.

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By C. Holmes on November 19, 2012
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I just got this game for a little over a $1. It is a very good game graphicly. Yes, it is a Steam code. Also, the single player has been fun and the gun dynamics are rather nice. Lots of kick and lots of shooting in the first 15 seconds. On the multiplayer side, unless you pick up a few copies for some friends, the servers were empty that I tried on Sunday, but that does not mean there is not a good game to be found. Overall, I feel that this is definatly worth the whole dollar I paid for it.

Give it a try, you might be happy like I am for it!!
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By Austin on December 19, 2012
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Plays fine, shooting feels good and the graphics look pretty good, if starting to age some. Requires games for windows live, so go dig up the password to your gamertag. Not really anyone online, but its cheap enough to grab with a friend and run through the coop modes. Worth a dollar twenty-five, definitely. Also note, you are purchasing a Steam code. For Steam. You download it through Steam. Not Amazon. Steam.
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online multiplayer is dead. only buy it if you want to play co-op with friends. this is all that is left in the game, if you want to play it . look up " Blacklight : Retribution , a free to play fps that is pc only. it is the sequel to this game and still alive.
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Add Blacklight to a sizeable list of great games ruined by the failure that was the Games for Windows Live initiative. Multiplayer is non-existent due to restricive DRM and a general hassle with playing online. Get it to work however, and the game is an incredible amount of fun in competitive or cooperative modes.

The core gameplay here is so well done that the developers (after being picked up by Perfect World) went on and made an online-only sequel: Blacklight Retribution. The world is cool with a great sci-fi atmosphere, but most importantly the weapons feel solid and the controls are smooth.

If you're looking for a great little co-op game to play with your friends, this is a great game. The single player is nothing but a few hours of a romp, while the competitive multiplayer is all but dead. Find some friends and enjoy this hidden gem.
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I can't believe this game is only $5! It is only 4 missions in the single player campaign, which is about 2-3 hours of total playtime (assuming you die a few times and have to restart) so proportionally $5 is probably about right. But I was expecting subpar graphics and gameplay but was pleasantly surprised at the solid graphics, solid gameplay & mechanics, and lack of glitches. Each campaign is very short and there isn't much of a story to speak of, but the gameplay is fun and challenging. About the only thing I didn't like about it is that there is no save feature, auto save or manual save. So if you die, you restart from the beginning. Like I said, each campaign is short, but there are many enemies (soldiers and mutants) so it is easy to die in places. Luckily there are many health and ammo stations about (at least on "normal" mode) but nonetheless its still easy to die and if you've spent 30 minutes carefully moving through the mission only to die at the end and you have to restart (which happened to me on 2 of the 4 missions) then it can be quite frustrating!

There is also an online component, but on the few times I tried to connect to other players, none were available. So you are paying for the single player missions, but for $5 it's definitely worth it. There is some replay value in the game I suppose, but many of the cooler weapons are unlocks at very high levels so you only have access to a few weapons. And on that note, you basically have to equip the sniper rifle as your primary weapon, because if you don't there are enemies on distant rooftops that would be next to impossible to take down with any weapon other than the sniper rifle. You do have the option of picking up dead enemies weapons but I never saw any of them drop a sniper rifle when I needed one.
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Having played its successor, Blacklight: Retribution, I thought it would be a great idea to take a trip down memory lane.

This game, although old, still plays nicely. The graphics are in no way better than those in BL:R, but when playing it still felt like a Blacklight title. This game does have very different physics, however, due to the fact that it is not published by either Perfect World Entertainment or by Zombie Studios/Hardsuit Labs.

I don't really like having to install Games for Windows Marketplace to play this game, however. The software is bundled with older versions of Windows, but for Windows 7/8/8.1, you need to download this off Microsoft's websites. Note that you also need a Xbox Live sign-in in order to play this game, as your save data is saved in the cloud.
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Just to clear something up, GFWL does still exist and never ceased to exist on a Windows 7/Vista. You can still play almost any game in steam that uses GFWL, earn achievements, play multiplayer if the servers are still up. I still play Halo2 on windows all the time. This goes for retail disc versions as well. There was a threat that the service was going to be ending last summer but it is not true.
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I bought this to activate on Steam, but it didn't run. As I was looking for more information about this game I found out the online is dead even if I get it to work. The icing on the cake is that it requires Games for Windows Live. Why does a Steam game require GFWL?
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