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Conflict: Desert Storm II - Back to Baghdad

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Overall 8
Gameplay 9
Graphics 6
Sound 9
Lifespan 9

Conflict Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad Reader Review - 8.1

§ôµÏG®ïñD, IGN Entertainment
23 February 2004
  • Conclusion: Conflict Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad is one of those games that while they may not be graphically appealing to most gamers, it definately has the gameplay that keeps you coming back for more every time. It has to be one of my favorite Xbox games that aren't extremely popular. Both Conflict Desert Storm games have been extremely fun, despite the fact that they're not playable on Xbox Live.
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Overall 8

Reply to 'A gamer' with his "DO NOT BUY IT"

"kingollie", amazon.co.uk
6 December 2003
  • Summary: Ok, so it isn't as long or as fun as the first but have you played the first? I bought the first one about a month before the second gulf war and enjoyed it so much that i played it over and over again. Then, one month later it became quite huge due to the war in Iraq. I could not wait for the sequal, i am sorry to say i was partly dissapointed at the length of this game but was overall impressed.
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Overall 8

Decent squad-shooter

"sir_keith", amazon.co.uk
30 October 2003
  • Summary: If you liked the original and games like KOTOR, Brute Force etc you will definately like this. The realistic setting appealed to me more than that of the games i just mentioned so it was ahead from the off. Kotor is an RPG which is where it falls down in my books as i'm not a big fan of the genre but it was certainly a good one, this has limited character development but you do get medals which is cool but you just get them in order as you progress (would have been...
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Overall 8
Value for money 10
Features 8
Overall quality 8


simon NILsson, Pricerunner
8 November 2004