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Rekoil Review

By Garet P in Reviews

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Hmm what can I say about Rekoil? Nothing! Rekoil is a multiplayer only game, but it has no multiplayer. You may be asking “What? That doesn’t make sense!” Well, here’s the situation. All of the Rekoil servers are empty. It’s like a ghost town! I have tried on multiple different occasions to play the game, but nobody is ever on the servers! Literally every single server is empty; there is not one person online. Rekoil is multiplayer only, and if nobody is on the servers, you can’t play multiplayer. So this game is a waste of space, money, and time. There is absolutely no reason to purchase this game. It is unplayable. Rekoil gets a pathetic, 0/10. Save yourself the trouble, and do not buy this game.

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Overall Score: 0 / 10

RGN Rating : Pathetic Game

Developer/Publisher :  Plastic Piranha / 505 Games

Available On: PC | Xbox 360

Played On: Windows PC

Review Copy Info: A digital copy of Rekoil was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this Review.

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