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  • Summary: No Man's Land offers gamers the most advanced shooter experience the platform has ever seen. The game's unique cover-based mechanics were designed to take full advantage of the platform's technology. Players utilize a grid interface to sprint from cover to cover, popping up to take outNo Man's Land offers gamers the most advanced shooter experience the platform has ever seen. The game's unique cover-based mechanics were designed to take full advantage of the platform's technology. Players utilize a grid interface to sprint from cover to cover, popping up to take out opponents at every turn. The game offers a traditional "Team Deathmatch" mode, as well as a cooperative mode where salvage must be delivered back to the team's depots, while fighting to stay alive in the process. Expand
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  1. Aug 9, 2012
    20
    Functional yet heavily flawed, No Man's Land is certainly a step forward for PlayStation Home though, regrettably, a step in the wrong direction.
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  1. Aug 19, 2012
    1
    Thank the heavens that no one was forced or suckered into paying for this cheaply made trash. Cover based shooting is okay but when you areThank the heavens that no one was forced or suckered into paying for this cheaply made trash. Cover based shooting is okay but when you are forced to do it because it's the your only option, this blows the gameplay. Bad mechanics, terrible aim and plain boring textures turns "No Man's Land" to "No Fun Land". Expand