Summary: and being as there aren't that many of them likely to be one of the best and is going to take some beating. Being released in 2002 it needs to be patched to allow it to run on XP/Vista, otherwise it will be of no more use than a tea coaster.
Summary: A very fun real-time strategy game based on 1960s superhero comics. The story leads you in well, starting with just one character (Minuteman), and gradually introducing new characters along with their secret origins, as well as, of course, the option to create your own superhero/heroine.
Summary: An excellent game... and even though the sequel is on the horizon, still well worth picking up. As a bonus, the problem mentioned regarding XP Service Pack 2 (Service Pack 3 still being somewhere in the future of Windows) is now fixed with the 1.3 patch.
Summary: Freedom Force is brilliant. After the first 3 or 4 missions it gets better and better. Making your own characters and selecting their powers is excellent. Me and my brother have had the game for nearly a year and we still love it. Freedom Force, for freedom - 10 out of 10.
Summary: I found Freedom Force really entertaining. I think the graphics were really good for a 2002 game. I say freedom force was one of the best games i have ever bought and i would recommend it for comic book readers. Now i`m going to move on to the Heroes but i shan`t go into detail about heroes.
Summary: FREEDOM FORCE is a roleplaying game based on the 60s comic-book era. Its not an action game, so if you want to blow up alien scum with a rocket luancher, buy HALF-LIFE. The characters are all based on real heroes, for example, Captain America's FREEDOM FORCE counterpart is Minuteman, the patriotic...
Summary: It is a great game where you lead Minute Man and his band of followers against evil super villans and gather experience along the way. You'll like it, especialy if you liked spiderman, the film
Summary: The game is great.If you wan't comic book fighting this is the game for you.Even if you wan't to have a laugh this is the game for you. It is brilliantly cheesy and the running comment of 'For Freedom' appears so often you will laugh every time you hear it.
Summary: Just great big stupid fun! Beating up dinosaurs with lamp-posts, setting fire to thugs with flame powers, throwing cars at super villains - and it's so beautifully rendered using old '60s comic-style graphics and dialogue that Stan Lee would die for!