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Tribes 2015 - by FSB-SPY

Tribes 2015 - by FSB-SPY

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Turns out 2015 won't be a dead year for Starsiege: Tribes game! The old school player FSB-SPY returned with a mission: to modernize Tribes 1 - "to not only bring back players from back in the day, but also to appeal to new ones who may have not heard of this game before", said the player.





You can get this full-set from this temporary download link HERE


Cya'll in game!
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