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Commandos Strike Force Factsheet (E32005)

Commandos Strike Force Factsheet (E32005) - Page 1 from TweakTown's online gaming review, article and guide content pages
Nathan Davison | May 17, 2005 at 11:00 pm CDT - 0 mins, 51 secs reading time
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Set in war torn Europe amid the backdrop of World War II, you must take your highly trained group on a series of daring missions, deep behind enemy lines in France, Norway and Russia. Taking control of a Nazi-occupied town, freeing French Resistance prisoners and kidnapping a general are a few of the large range of missions. As well as a compelling single player campaign, the game features a variety of online multiplayer modes.Features:Commandos goes first person shooter - taking you right into the heart of the action.Take control of the three members of the 'Strike Force' unit - Green Beret, Sniper and Spy - each with their own play style.Three linked campaigns in France, Norway and Russia.Non-linear gameplay - it's your choice how you execute plans of attack with multiple routes for completing missions.Mixture of gameplay styles - including infiltration, sabotage, demolition, stealth, assassination, espionage, kidnapping and reconnaissance.Multiplayer modes with support for 16 players on PC and 8 on PS2 & XboxAuthentic weaponry and special equipment.

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