Reviews and Problems with Close Combat: First to Fight
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One of the worst games on Xbox
14 May 2007
Summary: After hearing good things about this game, I finally decided to buy it, and it was one of the worst mistakes I've made in a long time. Let me start by saying that action games, specifically shooters, are by far my favorite genre. Some of my recent favorites are Killswitch, Rainbow Six Vegas, Sniper Elite, Fear, Condemned, Project Snowblind, Prey and Nightfire just to name a few.
Summary: i never played a game so fun in my life and i play americas army call of duty cod united offense counterstrike and by far this is the best game if you dont have you must get it only one problem they dont sell it in stores anymore and it took me 6 monthes to get the game i finally ordered on here.
Conclusion: Close Combat First to Fight is a video game title that says it all. This military game was almost everything that I hoped it would be. The little more that I was hoping for were more weapons to choose from since the U.S. Military have such a wide variety of weapons to choose from in its inventory. The more weapons starts off with the M4/203, both of the M242 SAWS, .30 and .50 caliber machine guns, and at least our own rocket launcher, the Javelin or the TOW 2.
Conclusion: If you are a fan of modern military first-person shooters, then you no doubt will be intrigued by Close Combat: First To Fight's false promise of delivering realistic, tactical modern war action with authentic military weapons and tactics. In this case, Close Combat: First to Fight focuses on a squad of Marines sent into Beirut to restore peace in the country.
Conclusion: Quite a good game, very similar in style to the "conflict desert storm" titles. Involves alot of postioning of your squad to ensure sucess, especially when doing any fighting inside buildings. Good atomospheric graphics although the enemy AI can be dumb alot of the time!. A good rental overall though, took me best part of 5 days to play through the single player campaign.
Summary: I conquered this game for 3 months straight before owning it.It's a hard game to get into at first,but I just witnessed my friend playing for the first time and he was kicking ass.You can't move around and walk in the middle of alley and gangways.You constantly have to be crouched down walking steadly toward your target on your map that you have to follow.The game is used to train Marines in real life combat situations and I will say it's a realistic game.I worked my way...
Summary: As I write this review, I have not yet finished the game, but after smashing my controller in frustration, I knew it was time to write a review. Whenever I get so enmeshed in a game that I lose my temper and have to replay levels, I know I'm playing a worthwhile game. Close Combat is a challenging and well-done game. The enemies are smart and numerous. It takes real fore-thought to utilize your team effectively.
Summary: This game is by far the best military game on the market and second is Battlefield. The enemy hides and peaks out and shoots unlike other military games when the enemy just runs at you, the AI is awesome. Controls are easy but it is hard to call for airstrikes and snipers because you have to have the crosshairs on the tank or person. And it is hard to call for suppressive fire and cover because the same reason with airstrikes and snipers.