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Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich

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Freedom Force Vs. The Third Reich

impulsegamer
1 August 2006
  • Excerpt: Following the success of the first game in the Freedom Force series comes the followup named Vs. The Third Reich. In this adventure we see the Freedom Force take on Hitlers baddies in a great struggle against the Nazi forces.
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Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich

Gameguru Mania
14 March 2006
  • Excerpt: Freedom Force Vs. the Third Reich (Freedom Force 2) follows the original ( review ), which was released in 2002 by Irrational Games. Like the original, it features dozens of playable dynamic comic book heroes, fully interactive and destructible environments and an amazing story. Freedom Force 2 takes place a few months following the events of the original game. The team is essentially out of a job since they did such a good job cleaning up the streets.
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RPGFan
8 March 2006
  • Excerpt: Freedom! Can there be any greater clarion call for the forces of good than when the cry goes out that freedom is endangered? Can there be any greater cityscape in the world than the spiraling skyscrapers of Patriot City? Is there any hope when the greatest city in the world comes under threat from the wicked forces of the Third Reich? Can anyone save these poor law-abiding townsfolk? Freedom Force needs you!
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Freedom Force vs The Third Reich Review

VideoGamer.com
7 March 2006
  • Excerpt: If you've spent any time on the Internet at all, you've probably come across the meme of Godwin's Law. Godwin's Law states that if any argument on an Internet forum goes on for long enough, someone will inevitably bring up Hitler or the Nazis, thereby forfeiting the argument. Well, the same applies to videogames. Create enough titles in a particular genre, and eventually someone will base it around Nazis.
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Video Game talk
20 November 2005
  • Excerpt: "FOR FREEDOM!" Yes, Minuteman and his band of rag-tag heroes are back to take on the most overused villain in video games, The Third Reich. Fortunately, Irrational Games uses their comic-inspired creativity and spins the tale as if we had never heard of the Nazi party. Not forgetting its predecessor, the story line picks up where the original Freedom Force left off.
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cpugamer.com
11 November 2005
Overall 9
8.9

Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich

Auracore MediaWorks
3 April 2005
  • Summary: Irrational Games has developed a worthy addition to the Freedom Force series.
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Overall 9
8.7

Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich

Game Over Online
28 March 2005
  • Excerpt: Freedom Force , released three years ago almost to the day, was a tactical strategy game involving superheroes. When “Energy X” canisters began falling on Patriot City, some of the city’s citizens used their newfound powers to do good -- and shortly formed the Freedom Force -- while others turned into villains and decided to rob banks and cause general mayhem.
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Freedom Force vs The Third Reich

GamersHell.com
4 February 2005
  • Excerpt: For many children, Saturdays were holy, not only due to the fact that school was out for a full, but short two days, but because of the plethora of cartoons that played that morning. Superheroes and villains plagued the television screens across the world as kids sat mesmerized by the images being displayed. This was the atmosphere aimed to be recreated by Irrational Games in their hit “Freedom Forceâ€Â� which hit store shelves roughly three years ago.
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Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich

ActionTrip
23 February 2004
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