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GT reviews BlackSite: Area 51 in this feature — game available now on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Continue reading to watch. Here’s the bottom line:

The fact of the matter is that BlackSite: Area 51 is just like every other run-of-the-mill FPS out there. You can find better multiplayer in Crysis, you can find a better storyline in Bioshock, and you can find a livelier environment in just about anything

GT provides us with the latest BlackSite: Area 51 “multiplayer abduction” gameplay footage. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery. Here’s the bottom line:

Coming into its release, it seems most people have a pretty positive impression of BlackSite whether it’s from the impressive movies Midway’s released or from previewers — like myself — who had the chance to play sections of the title at events such as the E3 and the German Games Convention. Those perceptions are understandable because there’s a lot to dig about BlackSite on the surface

GT provides us with the latest BlackSite: Area 51 gameplay. This game is basically an “action packed, first person shooter experience which pits gamers against alien enemy forces using the infamous U.S. government landmark, Area 51.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Set in present day, players take the role of a decorated military veteran charged by the government to lead a squadron of “secret soldiers,” each with his/her own specialty skill set, into the Rachel, Nevada area to fight off the invasion of unidentified enemy races

Available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or PC, BlackSite: Area 51 is a “first person shooter experience which pits gamers against alien enemy forces using the infamous U.S. government landmark, Area 51, and the surrounding areas as the battlefield backdrop.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

.. player’s modern-day emotions and fears are driven into a world charged with grave responsibility affecting lives hanging in the balance and eventually finding himself torn between his professional orders and his own ethical standards