The Sum of All Fears Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Based on the novel by Tom Clancy, The Sum of All Fears lets you play as a member of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team. Everything you have ever trained for will be put to the test as you command your counterterrorist group through 11 dangerous missions. Equipped with 15 authentic gun types, flashbangs, and frag grenades, you can square off against combatants worldwide in six multiplayer zones. If you fail, the most destructive weapon known to humankind will be unleashed on American soil. Collapse
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
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  1. In my opinion, ANY game that actually makes you want to see the movie and even read the books is a good one, and that game did just that.
  2. The missions are varied, are never redundant... The only problem is that it is extremely easy to beat.
  3. It's a slick game made with military precision. [Sept 2002, p.166]
  4. Fortunately you don't have to give the other guys orders but there's still enough commands that will give you a headache just learning the right button configurations.
  5. A good entry point for people interested in discovering the tactical espionage genre, but it doesn't offer anything over and above the older "Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear."
  6. A good entry point into the tactical espionage genre, but it isn't as detailed as it ought to be. [Summer 2003, p.51]
  7. 60
    Fun and challenging, but the missions are pretty much the same with almost no change in variety.

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