Reviews and Problems with Close Combat: First to Fight
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Second Sight Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: They say there’s nothing like your first kiss, which is true, but there’s really nothing like your first psi-kill. Using telekinesis to pummel a guard with fine Swedish furniture, or frying a cop with the Psi-Blast is just that, a blast.
Excerpt: If you're like me and you're into tactical squad-based shooters, you've probably been twiddling your thumbs ever since Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 came out back in March. I recently broke out the original Ghost Recon and started playing that online, just for something "new" to do.
Excerpt: Squad-based military shooters are all the rage at the moment. It seems that every other game announced is using some kind of squad-based or team-based game mechanic. Close Combat: First to Fight is no exception and features squad-based gameplay in a single-player campaign and a number of online...
Excerpt: Every so often, a game comes along that spawns a horde of imitators. Full Spectrum Warrior is one of those games. The team and strategy-based title which managed to capture the tactical imagination of players worldwide, whilst still containing the best ideas that the modern combat shoot-’em-up genre...
Excerpt: Lead a four-man fireteam of US Marines through the perils of authentic, modern urban combat in a Middle-Eastern urban battleground. This is an action-oriented, first-person 3D shooter that is being developed under the direction of the US Marine Corps as a training simulation for use by the Marine...
Excerpt: First to Fight boasts that it�s �Based on a training tool developed for the United States Marines�, but in fine print also states that the USMC nor any other part of the DoD has approved, endorsed or Authorized this product. Yet, some individual Marines
Conclusion: Best filed towards the front of the “good but not great, playable but flawed” section, Close Combat: First to Fight is an accomplished title that has some serious annoyances that hamper the enjoyment factor.
Pros: Smart looking weapons., Good tactical gameplay., Take note Rainbow Six: it has individual and team orders., The multiplayer modes are good fun.
Cons: Graphical and sound glitches., Needless control issues.