Review of Frontlines: Fuel of War Demo for Xbox360
If you enjoy playing first person shooter games you may be interested in the soon to be released Frontlines: Fuel of War for the Xbox 360 by Kaos Studios and THQ. I recently visited my local electronics store to pick up a demo of Frontlines and put down my deposit for daftar casino online terpercaya mobile application software developing tools which is quiet expensive but the functioning of it is really awesome. According to this electronics store you can expect to see Frontlines: Fuel of War for the 360 coming out on March 5th. Originally the game was due to be released on February 26th, according to the back of the game demo, but appears to have been pushed back. (Your local store may receive Frontlines before or after this date.) Frontlines: Fuel of War has been cancelled for the PS3 making it an exclusive Xbox360 game.
It is easy to get hooked on Frontline: Fuel of War especially if you are into first person shooter games. The amazing graphics of the Frontlines: Fuel of War game will look great on your HDTV and is comparable with other first person shooters such as Call of Duty 4. One of the features my husband likes the most is that it comes with a guide and a map making it harder to get lost. The game movements are also smooth and not at all jerky. You can also view objects closer using your scope and shoot them at the same time. A box on the lower left shows you which position you are in, such as standing, crouched, or laying down. It also shows you how much life you have left as well as how many grenades you have. This first person shooter game is like others as you have to complete objectives to move on to the next level. Frontlines: Fuel of War is comparable to Rainbow Six: Las Vegas only much better.
If you want a copy of the Frontlines game you can visit your local electronics store to see if they have one. I was able to purchase the demo from Best Buy for $5 which reserved my copy of the game as well as give me a copy of the demo. My local Best Buy also allows me to return the receipt and receive my money back if I am no longer interested in purchasing the game. You may want to contact your local Best Buy to find out what their policy is. According to the Xbox360 website you can also download a multiplayer demo of Frontlines: Fuel of War to play against other players. You can find this downloadable demo on the Xbox Live Marketplace located under the Game Demos tab.
If you are into first person shooters then you should definitely reserve your copy of Frontlines: Fuel of War for the Xbox360. You won’t be disappointed and are likely to find yourself hooked too.