[Jun 01, 2004, 7:30 pm ET] - Share - Viewing Comments
This Eidos Interactive
UK Info Page
confirms recent rumors (story
) of plans for a
tactical shooter addition to Pyro's Commandos series (thanks
what they list for a PC, Xbox, PS2 game titled Commandos Strike Force:
A WW2 First Person tactical action shooter featuring three characters with
different abilities and skills. Undertake action, infiltration and stealth
missions, engaging the enemy with a diverse arsenal of weapons and utilising
intricate tactics. Sabotage, kidnap officials and foil enemy plans with
incursions behind enemy lines. Fight in Stalingrad, Norway and France as the
Green Beret, Sniper and Spy, switching between characters to adapt to all combat
situations. Wage war in open, non-linear environments where you are in control
and formulate and execute your own plans of attack - your actions will have
reactions. Enter into battle alone, or with up to seven of your friends online.
1 - 8 Players
• Play as 3 different Commandos characters with different
• Fight in environments across three linked campaigns in
Norway, Russia and France.
• Make choices, affecting the way the gameplay evolves.
• Open maps allowing objectives to be achieved in many
• Use weapons tactically – timed bombs can be used for
diversions, knives for silent kills and many more.
• Use a variety of specialist equipment in your fight against
• Utilise Allied troops to aid you in your missions.
• Play online against seven of your friends in a variety of
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||Re: OMGGG UR sOooOO KEWL Hating Ww2!!11
||Jun 2, 2004, 14:12
that is exactly it, for me too. I want a game that surprises me again. nothing bad about a ww2 game, but you start it and oyu already now where it will go from there. this time maybe with better AI and better AI teamwork, better graphics, more realism.. whatever, but in the end there's no surprise waiting for you. that's my whole problem with that kind of games.
I guess it all depends on the reason people play games, which certainly differ a lot. some play mainly for the combat, some for exploring a world of imagination, some for the gore, etc...
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