B Team - Episode 1: Dust & Steel Image
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  • Summary: As the squad leader in B Team – Episode 1: Dust & Steel, players assume control of a small private squad of mercenaries hired from all over the world to complete classified missions. Lead your platoon through an onslaught of commandos, voodoo warriors, dangerous guerillas, and that’s justAs the squad leader in B Team – Episode 1: Dust & Steel, players assume control of a small private squad of mercenaries hired from all over the world to complete classified missions. Lead your platoon through an onslaught of commandos, voodoo warriors, dangerous guerillas, and that’s just the beginning! When the action gets too intense to manage by yourself, team up with a friend on local Wi-Fi to battle your way through the bullets in fully destructible desert and industrial environments. While the game’s chief focus is intense, fun action, the multiple weapons, upgradeable equipment and destructible environments further enrich the gaming experience. Expand
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  1. 70
    A very solid DSiWare title. The controls duplicate a dual analog setup surprisingly well, especially if you play it on a 3DS, and the gameplay, while sometimes lacking in variety, is fun the whole way through. This is one of the better action games on the service.
  2. Jun 8, 2011
    50
    Ironically, B Team couldn't be a more appropriate name for this second-tier shoot-show.