Special Forces: Team X (STX) is a team centric 3rd Person cover based shooter. The game features a unique map selection system, with the ability to shape the battlefield by selecting individual environmental pieces, resulting in over 100 map variations.Read full description
Special Forces: Team X (STX) is a team centric 3rd Person cover based shooter. The game features a unique map selection system, with the ability to shape the battlefield by selecting individual environmental pieces, resulting in over 100 map variations. STX supports asymmetric game play with 2-4 teams and 5 frenetic game modes. Cooperative play between team members is richly rewarded. Customize your skills, weapons and character to tailor your tactics and performance in battle. STX brings you the brutality of war as you take on the role of an elite soldier in a Special Forces squad.
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Special Forces Team X is a Third Person Shooter in the most classical sense of the name. Nothing original here. It’s a Cover Based Multiplayer Shooter where the teams must annihilate each other. You customize (a bit) your soldier. You move him on the battlefield, trying not get shot in the process, and you kill the enemy. The only features that are specific to Special Forces Team X are the level design, the look of the game and the teamplay. First, the level-design. While most of the games let the players vote for their favorite maps, it’s not the case in Special Forces Team X. In this game, you vote for “parts” of the map. Yeah, parts. And the parts chosen by the players are mixed together to create an original map. It’s cool on the paper but this feature never really shines during gameplay. The visuals of the game are cartoony. It’s a cell-shading game and that pretty rare in the shooter genre. However, it’s not impressive at all and does the strict minimum. Finally, the teamplay... Special Forces Team X tries its best to make you help your comrade by giving a XP boost when you do so... But that’s all. No big coop mechanic. No strategic bonus. It’s not a bad game per se but there are no really good reason to play Special Forces Team X instead of any other online shooter out there.
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