Summary: Let me start off by saying I have not player Soldier Of Fortune 1 or 2, nor have I played most of the similar games out there such as the Call Of Duty series. Before I decided to write this review, I had read a few others that claimed this game was "the worst first person shooter ever made" and a...
Summary: I found SOF:Payback to be a reasonably enjoyable game for the money. It can be had quite cheap, so that factors into my review. I paid $15 and it's available much cheaper from third party merchants. The game installed fine and was easy to set up.
Summary: Strait forward shooter with beautifull graphics. i play it at high end settings .Easy to play and relax after a days work.Just instal the patch for the game first.Dont understand all the negative. i played all SOF and this one looks the best.
Summary: I am a huge fan of Soldier of Fortune 2. I have never played a game so long and had so much fun. Soldier of Fortune 2 became even more amazing as time went on because the online community really made it their own.
Summary: I had a lot of fun with this game. And frankly, I don't understand all the hate being generated at it. I've played the first two games in the series, and this doesn't seem to be much different, and in fact, is much better in the graphics department. The graphics and set-pieces are just stunning.
Summary: This game is not as bad as other reviewers have said it is. It's a budget shooter and it may be just a tad bit over priced right now. I'm sure it doesn't satisfy as a third installment in the Soldier Of Fortune series and most all of the negative reviews come from people who loved the first two SOF...
Summary: I'm glad I picked up this game. It was worth the money I spent for it. The graphics are still pretty good for a game based on the Quake II engine (which I don't believe is used at all anymore). The sound, with the execption of the main character's hammy voice acting, is good.
Summary: When Soldier of Fortune (SOF) first appeared, I gave it a complete miss - and it had nothing to do with BC putting a near ban on it. It seemed to me that SOF was a one trick pony: Raven's GHOUL system allowed players to blow off specific limbs of the bad guys.