Reviews and Problems with Delta Force: Black Hawk Down
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Better on PC, but OK on PS2
Amazon Customer, Amazon
23 February 2014
Summary: Great, but at times insanely difficult, game. Graphics get the job done but are grainy and pixelated. Hard to get running headshots; or body shots sometimes too. Way more fun with two players, as the computer "team mates'" A.I. is ignorant at best! Still a good way to bring the war on terror back to the bad guys for a while though.
Summary: Put a lot of time in on this game too when it came out, glad it still runs on Win7 64bit. It was always a little buggy, but what game isn't? It looks dated, but I started out playing games like EA Seal Team (1993) on 3.5 disks, so to me graphics are still second to gameplay/realism. Few military games advance your character's (and squad mates') progress with medals, honors and death like Seal Team did..... "Leave no man behind." Delta Force Black Hawk Down is a classic.
Summary: I have spent thousands of hours on this game over the years, had loads of fun and made loads of friends on it.. thats why i gave it a high score. I remember when it came out in 2003 truly awesome game then, the single player was ok but the multiplayer was something else.. The graphics were stunning and the maps went from tiny room battles to truly massive maps,nice selection of weapons and map modding tools. Biggest drawbacks was the glitches,bugs and cheaters...
Summary: I really miss playing online with the clan war and stuff, I never expect to play a single player, (which is really hard to beat and really disapointing and simple) This is HARD-CORE for multiplayer FPS noobies. The best from the oldies.
Summary: While it does not have the detail graphics of today's PS3 or X360, or even COD of PS2, it's still respectable. The graphics might come up a bit short, the game play is where it shines! It's not a charge, shoot, and never die like COD. This game actually requires a bit of brain power than COD, nice change!