Summary: Very worth the $15 I paid for (included the sequal Ten Hammers) from Steam. Got a good 12 hours of play. Graphics for a 2004 game were decent. I found it a nice mix between a FPS and a RTS. Although sometimes the controls ticked me off. Especially when an enemy is less than 10 feet away.
Summary: This game is unique in that 2 players can play the campaign in muliplayer co-op over a LAN, or the internet. Players are controlled from a third person view, except when using hand grenades and grenade launchers, which you control first person style.
Summary: I've played through a good portion of the Xbox version, and I've played through the PC demo, and I gotta say it's a solid game. For those who really enjoy the use of tactics, this game is chock full of circling enemies and finding alternative paths. The translation to PC is fairly smooth.
Summary: Lemme be honest with you. I am 1 of those 20% of people who found nothing exceptional in this game. Here are a few things i did like about the game. 1. MOUT, it teaches us everything we need to know about the game and how to win the next levels, it tells us what buttons is used for what etc etc 2.
Summary: I had pre-ordered this title and got it on the day of release. Since then I have been wrestling with the game concept and looking at it as objectively as possible. I'm about half way through the game so far, and it's not bad.
Summary: This game is based all around covering and giving fire sectors, its a good game and i enjoyed it, but its quite easy and lifespan not so great, i completed the single player in three days and it didn't take much hard work.
Summary: I bought this game not so long ago. My first impressions of the game was it was life like, both in sounds and the game levels. This game bears a remarking resemblance to the conflict in the middle east.
Summary: Full Spectrum Warrior is truly a one of a kind game. I bought it expecting something different and maybe not quite as intense, but I was pleasantly surprised. First off, the game isn't a shooter. It may appear to be a third person action shooter but you never directly control any units firing.