Indie team-based shooters come not single spies, but in battalions

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Okay, whose idea was it to simultaneously release Natural Selection 2, Primal Carnage, and Guns of Icarus Online? And to furthermore do it at the height of the holiday release season? All three games are gunning for the same audience. Namely, people who dig the camaraderie of team-based online shooters, but who are looking for the sort of twist that only an indie developer can provide. So the question you have to ask yourself is, “What flavor do you want? Aliens, dinosaurs, or zeppelins?”