Reviews and Problems with Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix
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5 August 2003
Summary: Every one remembers the grusom SOF1, where u could blow people's brains out with subereb 'realasm'. u could walk through blood and see your foot prints. but more in portantly how is this game? withthe right gun you can take off peoples' arms and whatch them die, blow chunks or the whole of there head off. but none of the walking through blood leaving prints, which is a shame. it is a v. long game and is XBOX live which just enhanses the huge game. and it rocks!!
Summary: In Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix players assume the role of John Mullins, a military consultant working for the top-secret anti-terrorist group known as The Shop. In the game, players must tackle a wide-range of missions from hostage rescue and intelligence gathering, to search-and-destroy.
Summary: The best thing (and unique) about this FPS is the random mission generator for both single and multiplayer. This changes the layout, obstacles and enemy locations providing a new experience every time. Sometimes you won't meet any enemies until half-way through the level, other times they are all at the start point. You never know where the enemies are and how many until you run into them, so you always have to be alert.
Summary: Well if you have played Soldier of Fortune 1 on PC, then stay with that game, if you are a dedicated hardcore fan of the first one on PC then approach this game. If you are new to the series then try and stay away. The game is very good for its story line, but the graphics are rushed and straight from the PC version, the graphics are ok in people but the terrain is terrible.