Reviews and Problems with Army Men: Soldiers of Misfortune
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Army Men Soldiers of Misfortune
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Zoo Games has brought Army Men back to the video game world. I wondered if the old 3DO franchise would ever return in some form or another, and this Nintendo DS video game answers that question. Army Men Soldiers of Misfortune follows a boy who fights it out with the colored army men toys. This game is part imagination, and part third person shooter (camera is behind the back of the person who is visible and they shoot the enemy characters).
Summary: Timmy's Tan Army Men action figures have run amok, capturing his Green Army Men, and attempting to take control of his little slice of suburbia! It's up to you to defeat the enemy, save your toys and family, and restore order to your home!
Excerpt: If you need an example of a series that was done to death, the last two generation's Army Men games are a prime example. When the first games hit consoles, it was a fun, clever idea; the plastic soldiers everyone had as kids pitted against one another in an all-out battle for plastic, bite-sized supremacy. But as more and more (and more) of the games showed up in stores, the novelty wore off.