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Five reasons to Shadowrun

Cowardice

Admit it - sometimes in a multiplayer match, you just feel like hiding. The nonstop frenzy of bullets and trash talk can get to even the most elite player and, when you figure in Shadowrun 's one-life-per-round policy, the pressure really begins to build.

But there are many, many different ways to approach and enjoy Shadowrun - including the coward's way. On the losing end of a battle? Well, you COULD stand your ground and die fighting like a hero. Or just cast Smoke and retreat calmly in the form of invincible mist. The ammunition will pass right through you, though the verbal taunts might still hurt.

Another option: Summon a monster to do all the dirty work for you. You can even direct the shimmering ghost of a beast to attack specific players or guard specific spots, as you would in a squad-based tactical shooter. We enjoy combining this power with the teleport to execute incredibly irritating hit-and-run tactics on our opponents.

Another option: Summon a monster to do all the dirty work for you. You can even direct the shimmering ghost of a beast to attack specific players or guard specific spots, as you would in a squad-based tactical shooter. We enjoy combining this power with the teleport to execute incredibly irritating hit-and-run tactics on our opponents.

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