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5.8 out of 10

The Sum of All Fears

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The Sum of All Fears

Game Over Online
8 June 2003
  • Excerpt: Because the Game Boy Advance is so far behind the curve when it comes to tactical first person shooters, the final product on Nintendo's handheld is very often a far cry from what you see on other platforms. The job to do the conversion almost always lands on Crawfish's lap, mainly due to their expertise with treating the material (they started with the Game Boy Color version way back when Rainbow Six was around) and their success in doing so before.
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The Sum of All Fears Review

GameSpot
20 February 2003
  • Excerpt: The Sum of All Fears for the GameCube is, in short, terrible. This first-person shooter from Red Storm Entertainment suffers from graphical problems, poor control, and terrible AI, and on top of all that, it can be beaten in less than two hours your first time through. Finding enemies with the threat detector takes all the suspense out of sneaking around. The game's basic story line is set at the dawn of the 21st century, when terrorism knows no boundaries.
  • Pros: N/A
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Sum Of All Fears

GameClubCentral
16 October 2002
  • Conclusion: When it comes to devices, both the Gamevoice and Game Commander work exceptionally well with SOAF. With a speedier type of gameplay, you certainly don't have the luxury to type as you may have had in GR/DS. For those that like the hands-on devices, the Nostromo n50 and Claw USB are suitable for this game, but you will notice that your programming won't take as long due to the reduction in commands. Nevertheless, these devices are excellent companions to SOAF.
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Expert Review

CVG
28 June 2002
  • Excerpt: So what would be your worst fear? Do you fear the government might soon make four years of college mandatory for all citizens? Perhaps you fear a Female ambulance driver rushing you to the hospital? Maybe you fear the long-awaited return of a certain idolized Jew from Bethlehem? How about a nuclear bomb detonated at the site of the Super Bowl? Now we're getting somewhere. This idea is the catalyst behind the latest tactical FPS from Red Storm.
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

TheStar.com
12 June 2002
  • Excerpt: Clearly demonstrating the rapid evolution of tactical-combat games, UbiSoft 's The Sum of All Fears is a stunning interactive version of the Ben Affleck movie in theatres now.
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Overall 9
9.0

Sum of All Fears

Evergeek
12 June 2002
  • Excerpt: Clearly demonstrating the rapid evolution of tactical-combat games, UbiSoft 's The Sum of All Fears is a stunning interactive version of the Ben Affleck movie in theatres now.
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The Sum of All Fears

GameSpot
3 June 2002
  • Excerpt: The Sum of All Fears motion picture is out, and so is the PC game, which uses the same graphics engine as Ghost Recon. And like Ghost Recon, Rogue Spear, and Red Storm's other shooters that bear the Tom Clancy name, it's a tactical shooter in which you undertake missions in modern-day, real-world locations, though this time the game takes place in several of the locations featured in the movie.
  • Pros: N/A
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First Look: The Sum of All Fears

The Wargamer
31 May 2002
  • Excerpt: Chris Abele shares his first impressions on this game based on the book and movie (in theaters Friday, May 31st) of the same name by Tom Clancy. The short review examines the game's basic premise, it's tie-ins with the movie and who the game will most likely appeal to.
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The Wargamer
31 May 2002
  • Excerpt: Chris Abele shares his first impressions on this game based on the book and movie (in theaters Friday, May 31st) of the same name by Tom Clancy. The short review examines the game's basic premise, it's tie-ins with the movie and who the game will most likely appeal to.
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Overall 8
8.0

Clancy takes aim at the newbies

Web Wombat
16 January 2003
  • Conclusion: However, at $AUS49.95 ($US29.99), it’s a relatively inexpensive solution for those looking for a tactical fix, without the added complexity/tech requirements of Ghost Recon. For newcomers, SOAF is recommended. For experienced gamers… It’ll give you some new maps to play with while you wait for the next Clancy blockbuster - Splinter Cell .
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