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ShootMania Storm Videos and Trailers - PC

ShootMania Storm
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Nadeo
  • Release Date:Dec 18, 2012
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:ShootMania Storm is a brand new multiplayer First-person Shooter. Fast-paced online combats are taking place in a rich fantasy world. This instantly accessible online action is designed for everyone: Playable on any PC, 12+ rating and easy to learn control. A fast FPS anyone can enjoy. Nadeo studio, part of the Ubisoft group, delivers their second game for the ManiaPlanet PC gaming system. Launched in September 2012, TrackMania² Canyon is the first racing game of the system, and has been acclaimed for 3 major reasons: Instant fun of the gameplay, beautiful graphics on any PC, and best creative tools. ShootMania Storm is based on the same fundamentals: A fun game the minute you try it, with a lengthy lifetime thanks to amazing peer-produced content. With ShootMania Storm, ManiaPlanet takes life with two genres to choose from, plenty of maps to play on, an integrated system of sharing and communication, and a vibrant competitive scene.
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