Reviews and Problems with Soldier of Fortune: Gold Edition
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lots of gore, lots of fun, but some hang ups
Logical Paradox "Irrational, but True", Amazon
29 November 2003
Summary: If you've heard of Soldier of Fortune, then like most people you probably heard of it's notorious reputation. At the time it was released, Soldier of Fortune was arguabley the most graphic, violent game on the market. While it lacked any vulgarity, the realistic depiction of gore really pushed the envelope - it even got condemned as "pornography" (due to violence, not nudity) by the canadian government.
Summary: Ya gotta lot it! Pure, unadulterated violence. My kinda game. Yeah, the graphics are way outdated, but the manner in which you can blast body parts off of your enemies is fantastic. I can't get enough of the dismemberment as they scream with their last breaths while being separated limb by limb with hot smoldering shotgun rounds. The "save anywhere" feature is a blessing. Overall, I enjoyed this prehistoric game.
Summary: a great fps game the graphics are not that bad i had the dreamcast version and it was too dark now for psx2 is my best fps game lot of blood gore with the shotgun i gave it 4 stars because i did not like the music is just heavy metal rock but you can take out the music on options so dont worry this game will amaze you .
Summary: This game is not for the weak at heart. The graphics are awesome and the storyline is hardcore. Just make sure you adjust the mayhem/gore section down to tame before you let your little brother play it!!! I like the Shotgun and 44 Magnum the most. But the supressed 9mm is the bomb for stealth. Go get'em!!