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6.4 out of 10

Soldier of Fortune

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Soldier of Fortune: Platinum Edition

The Armchair Empire
10 December 2007
  • Conclusion: body armor and health packs lying around that recovering is no problem. Enemies don’t vary much. There are the occasional rocket launcher toting guys or tanks or helicopters but nothing to change your tactics. However, there are many points where bad guys will suddenly appear behind you to get in a few cheap shots. (Which has nothing to do with the sound meter which can trigger surprise attacks if it hits its limit.
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Overall 5
4.9

Soldier of Fortune: Payback

ActionTrip
21 November 2007
  • Conclusion: Do yourself a favor and let this one pass. There are so many other shooters on the market that are worth your while - Crysis, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Halo 3, BioShock, The Orange Box, Medal of Honor: Airborne, Call of Duty 4, Gears of War (PC)... take your pick.
  • Pros: Occasionally fun, easy to get into, solid variety of locations, excessive gore can be entertaining;
  • Cons: Technical issues, short single-player, nobody likes AI that cheats, generally mundane FPS experience.
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Soldier of Fortune

Game Boyz
26 March 2005
  • Excerpt: WARNING..SOME OF THE SCREENSHOTS ARE VERY GRAPHIC! Developed by: Raven Published by: Activision ESRB rating: 17+ System Requirements 3-D Hardware Accelerated with full OpenGL support* Pentium® 233 MHz processor (Pentium II recommended) 64 MB of RAM U.S. version Microsoft® Windows® 95/98 or NT 4.0-SP5 operating system 100% Windows 95/98 or NT-SP5-compatible computer system (including compatible 32-bit drivers for CD-ROM, video card, sound card, and input devices) 700 MB...
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 10
10

Soldiers Of Fortune

Gameguru Mania
3 April 2004
  • Excerpt: So, I was told this is the most brutal and deadly shooting game ever released. A promise! So after I fired the game up, nice intro appears, nice menu, cool design. Interesting button on the bottom says 'turn violence off'.. Oh! No way! I wanna see all that bloody blood. The graphics looks perfect. Very detailed textures, shades, lights, and the game is still quite fast even in 1024x768 (Riva TNT).
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Soldier Of Fortune Gold

Gameguru Mania
8 October 2003
  • Excerpt: Soldier of Fortune Gold is a free upgrade for Raven's 1st person shooter that offers 18 new levels including CTF (11 for Conquer and 7 for Control), standard Deathmatch, Assassin and Arsenal, reworked AI (enemies react faster and target you quicker). two new deathmatch modes - Control and Conquer the Bunker, and new multiplayer DM Team - composed of six new player skins based on Raven employees (Assault, Brick, Cobra, Commando, Jersey, Widowmaker).
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Soldiers Of Fortune

Gameguru Mania
22 September 2003
  • Excerpt: The most brutal and deadly shooting game ever released is finally out. This the release which again pushes graphics forward the virtual reality. The game is based on heavily modified Quake II engine, but don't expect any software renderer. You'll need a real hardware power to get all the bells and whistles.
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Soldier of Fortune II Multiplayer Test

The Wargamer
24 April 2002
  • Excerpt: Chris Abele takes a look at this hot, new and free multiplayer test for the upcoming gore-filled action shooter, Soldier of Fortune II.
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The Wargamer
24 April 2002
  • Excerpt: Chris Abele takes a look at this hot, new and free multiplayer test for the upcoming gore-filled action shooter, Soldier of Fortune II.
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The Wargamer
30 September 2000
  • Excerpt: Like the magazine of the same name, Soldier of Fortune cannot be strictly categorised as a realistic military release. The magazine uses elements of the military art and somehow warps them in a radical direction to get an in-your-face impact. Soldier of Fortune (the game) manages a similar effect. While at first glance it might look like one of the recent military first-person simulations, Soldier of Fortune plays more like a hybrid.
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Soldier of Fortune

The Wargamer
30 September 2000
  • Excerpt: Like the magazine of the same name, Soldier of Fortune cannot be strictly categorised as a realistic military release. The magazine uses elements of the military art and somehow warps them in a radical direction to get an in-your-face impact. Soldier of Fortune (the game) manages a similar effect. While at first glance it might look like one of the recent military first-person simulations, Soldier of Fortune plays more like a hybrid.
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