Review: Get extraterrestrial in Natural Selection 2

Review: Get extraterrestrial in Natural Selection 2

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New Game mods have come and gone throughout the years, some leaving their mark while others vanish without a trace. Some mods manage to extend, improve or completely reinvent a game; ten years ago, Natural Selection did that for the Half-Life engine. The mod was free to download and introduced...
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