Reviews and Problems with Jagged Alliance: Crossfire
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5 December 2013
Summary: I give it an 8 because there was nothing similar out there when it was released,some bugs but nothing that stopped me from completing the game, character voices can be annoying you can tell its europeans trying to be funny but comes off annoying after hearing the hillbillies 100 times
Summary: Back in Action and Crossfire are two typical examples of 3D graphics done wrong. Don't get me wrong, the graphics themselves are okay, but it is the camera that annoys me. You are practically forced to always adjust the camera which is a NO GO in a modern Iso-3D-Game. The game itself is okay-ish, but it definitely lacks the atmosphere of the original JA games.
Summary: Well, some users don't like it after comparing to JABIA. I can understand that since DLC only cost 5 dollars and this "standalone expansion" cost 30 bucks. Now if you put that aside, the combat of JAC is net. Most bugs in JABIA is fixed. The gaming experience is nice, especially when the enemies walked right into your carefully planned traps surrounded by landmines and be picked out without giving you a scratch, or when your men throw a grenade or two into a room packed...
Summary: As much as I love the style of Jagged Alliance, this can BARELY be called a DLC, let a lone a standalone game for 29,99 Euro considering all that is new is another map, significantly smaller than the previous BIA one with no elements of exploring and a few new mercenaries, all of them practically useless. The new items are a joke, only letting you have scraps of old stuff and you STILL cannot repair armor. Do NOT buy this, instead, get actual content from mods.
Summary: This game is the supposed expansion of BiA, basically its just new maps and a few new mercs, the playstyle is exactly like BiS 1.13, the sector loot is a +, doorway gunfights are no longer bugged, you can arm your mercs with the sector loadout inventory, which is really sweet, and you can train mercs now..
Summary: In short, don't expect a clone of the classic JA / JA2 games. It is a different game with far better engine. I love it. I also love turn based games and hate RTS so don't be put off; this game is a very good hybrid. My steam library shows I've played this for over 150 hrs this year. That's a big recommendation imho.
Summary: Im allein lauffähigen Addon zu Jagged Alliance: Back in Action kämpfen wir uns abermals über die halbe Weltkarte, um die leidende Bevölkerung vor den bösen Jungs zu retten. Crossfire setzt uns mit Khanpaa ein neues Szenario vor die Nase. Während wir im Hauptspiel Arulco vor den feindlichen Streitkräften befreit haben, geht es im Addon wieder einmal um eine unterdrückte Bevölkerung, die unter Söldnerbesetzung zu leiden hat.
Pros: stimmige deutsche Vertonung, sehr taktisch und fordernd
Cons: teilweise KI - Fehler, keine taufrische Grafik