Summary: I walked into Gamestop one day looking for something new to play and I saw this. It was very cheap and so I decided to purchase it and I don't regret it one bit. To start off there are I think 21 missions in singleplayer alone and 10 different co-op missions. The graphics are good for a ps2 game, everything looks good. The enemy AI is decent not the best but still good. The missions are all fun and different from each other.
Excerpt: "...pad", and so forth. However, SWAT: Global Strike Team, released back in 2003 for the PlayStation2, appears to be the exception to this rule, and something of an undiscovered gem. Now there's a fair chance SWAT will have passed you by (unless of course, you actually own it!); sales-wise it did moderately-well and reviews in the gaming press were of a good-not-great variety, and like so many other games of this ilk, it was soon forgotten. This is ...
Pros: Lovely visuals, accomplished team/tactical element, enjoyable and engaging gameplay, long lifespan
Cons: Slight lack of weaponry, maybe not complex enough for some peoples liking, not as exciting as TimeSplitters 3
Excerpt: "...an excellent field technician - SWAT: Global Strike Team Manual The main real gripe with this game is the "story", if it can really be said to have one. Storylines in games are ever becoming more important, and they are generally an important aspect for myself. This game's story is quite lame, some of the missions are tied together and are aiming for ever becoming more important one goal, but most of them are just random hostage situations with ...
Pros: Good sounds, good graphics . Multiplayer .
Cons: No real storyline to it . Not many weapons .
Summary: Wish I did not buy it because the game is really dull and not as good as the other SWAT series games because they have tagged on some sort of a silly story that is not as dramatic as ANY type of SWAT gameplay that we have done before. The graphics however are good and the control easy to use but the game lacks any serious tone or theme, does not have that many functions (3 guns, 5 types of grenades, some updates for guns earned by tokens after you complete a level and 4...
Summary: I have been a huge fan of the SWAT games, ever since SWAT 1 came out, swat 3 was by far the best of them, lots of accesories, realistic senarios, more interaction and better game play. SWAT Global Strike Team, is realy just a shoot them up game, very little interaction. Just go around shooting bad guys, get your partner to restrain hostages, defuse bombs, open doors, and play with door passwords (sounds more fun than it realy is).
Summary: This is an intriguing but not wholly satisfying FPS. It's from Sierra, and based on a series of hit PC games. Sierra also produced Half Life, also a PC hit with a PS2 version that appeared a couple of years ago, and which Global Strike Team most closely resembles. The graphics, the movement, the design, all echo the PS2 Half Life. Which is generally fine.