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Tribes: Ascend embraces its heritage by incorporating the same fast-paced combat, tons of maps, weapons, vehicles and unique traversal mechanics. At the same time, it adds a new class-based system. Players can either unlock weapons and such through in-game experience, or by purchasing them outright with real money.
High-flying shooting that requires real skill.
Open levels that allow all sorts of tactics.
Varied classes that fit pretty much any play-style.
Jet-packs and skiing make movement a strategic challenge.
Great variety of classes.
Core combat is exciting and free to play.
A lightning-fast, skill-based shooter.
Everything can be unlocked through playing.
Ranks rob a couple of classes of essential weapons.
Lacking teamwork tools.
Experience accrues slowly.
It's free, but you should consider it a $10 game to greatly enhance enjoyment.
Could use a balance tweak or two.
By TechSpot on April 25, 2012
Graphics Card & CPU Performance Review: We experienced some odd results when measuring CPU scaling -- more specifically with the AMD FX-8150. The Bulldozer chip hit a brick wall at 3.50GHz and pushing it to 4.50GHz only allowed for an extra 2fps.
By Maximum PC on June 01, 2012
IF THEY HAVE first-person shooters in martial arts Valhalla, we’re pretty sure Tribes: Ascend is the one Bruce Lee plays. First and foremost, it’s a game about movement. In a split second, you have to judge where your jetpack-propelled,...
By New Game Network on April 27, 2012
Tribes Ascend is a Free to Play (F2P) multiplayer shooter from Hi-Rez Studios. It is the fourth game in a series that has pioneered online gaming. The original Starsiege Tribes, developed by Dynamix in 1998, captivated gamers with large maps,...
By Destructoid on April 23, 2012
We are at the doorstep of a new generation of games. The free-to-play market is doing its best to shake the stigma frequently associated with its business model. These new free-to-play titles have no barrier to entry, and they're actually good! One...
By IGN Gear on April 19, 2012
Even with its relatively minor flaws, anyone with even a cursory interest in Tribes: Ascend should play it. No other shooter conveys the same sense of speed – or the rush of pleasure that comes from nailing someone at over 100 KPH – as...
By GameSpot on April 19, 2012
Chris Watters wields a spinfusor and skis his way through this video review of Tribes:...
By GameSpy on April 17, 2012
Tribes: Ascend blows in at 183km/h like a hurricane of fresh air. It's a faithful recreation of a sci-fi PC classic, it's fast, competitive fun, and you won't find anything else like it online. Oh, and it's free.For those of you just...
By PC Gamer on April 13, 2012
Wonderful, breath-clutching games of chicken happen along the z-axis in Tribes: Ascend. You’re hovering, the guy you want to kill is hovering, and you each have a few sips of battery juice left in your jetpack. Gravity is death: drop first, and...
By Skillpoint on May 03, 2012
Det var länge sen jag var så peppad inför ett tävlingsinriktat actionspel för flera spelare som jag är för Tribes: Ascend. Serien har en lång historia som sträcker sig tillbaka till Starsiege: Tribes och det...
By dome.fi on May 03, 2012
Electronic Arts on kova nimi urheilupelien saralla. Yksi urheilulaji kuitenkin on olemassa, jota EA ei ole uskaltanut vielä lähestyä. Tämän urheilulajin saralla Hi-Rez Studios nauttii melkeinpä epävirallista...
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