TC:E

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Spidey01
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TC:E

http://www.truecombatelite.net/

Hmm, might be worth toying with some day for fun.

5omeone
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I played it since the first version. It's like Counter-Strike with iron sights. That's it.

It's very fast paced; the maps are very close quarter; and the gameplay style prevents the game from being tactical at all. However, hopefully they'll make updates and maps that will be more tactical friendly. So far it's just "run and pop up your sights and shoot your target in the face with a double tap."

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Spidey01
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Reminds me of CoD.

SAS_Ranger
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So is this game totally free? like Americas Army?

or is there some kinda catch where i get stuck with payment plans :?

Spidey01
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Looks like its about as 'Free' as you can get.

TrueCombat: Elite (TC:E or TC:Elite) is a total-conversion modification by Team Terminator and Groove Six Studios for the freeware first person shooter game Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, started in the late 2004. The modification is in the tactical realism genre and supports Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems. It is an offspring to a Quake 3 modification called TrueCombat, which holds some similarity in the game mechanics.

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Yuke
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yea CoD is really cool to bad CoD 3 is only for consoles Sad :x :x Diablo

5omeone
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So is this game totally free? like Americas Army?

or is there some kinda catch where i get stuck with payment plans :?

It's a total conversion for Enemy Territory (which is free), as Yuke posted.

Again, I warn you to those of you who are willing to download: It's not realism/tactical friendly. It's just another run-and-gun game with iron sights.

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