Shiny new Chrome demo

There's only so many times we can say something about shiny things. We'll get bored soon.

More news on the demo front. In case this one slipped by you, Techland released a demo of its first-person tactical shooter Chrome yesterday. The fairly hefty 314MB download (you could also try Worthplaying or Gamer's Hell) will only grant you access to a single level from the full title, and it doesn't feature any multiplayer capabilities either. Boo!

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