Reviews and Problems with Soldier of Fortune: Gold Edition
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Soldier of Fortune Gold Edition
30 May 2002
Excerpt: Wasn't it the XBox that was supposed to get all the ports of PC games? Nah, just kidding, I love the fact that PS2 is seeing more of the titles that made an impact on the PC gaming world. We have good and bad, of course, but where you decide Soldier of Fortune falls may depend on your attitudes toward violence and the current political climate we're facing.
Excerpt: Soldier of Fortune Gold is a brute force, solid FPS that allows you to blow-up your enemies with a wide assortment of artillery. Unlike the more cerebral shooters like Dues Ex, or Half Life, SoF is all about combat and excitement. Pulling levers and throwing switches will be the extent of puzzle solving that you will be required to perform.
Excerpt: Back in 1999, when I first saw screenshots for Soldier of Fortune in PC Gamer, I was appalled. There was a series of bloody scenes featuring huge splotches of blood and gunmen with heads and limbs blown off. The philosophical side of me began bemoaning the way human beings were treated in the media.
Summary: Inclusion of USB mouse and keyboard is great, but the game suffers dramatically due to a poor frame rate, and as a result, accuracy. Codemasters reprogrammed the graphics engine from the US game, but it's among the worst seen. Unless you're a die hard FPS fan then I would suggest you look at the much better, and cheaper, PC version.
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