Alliance: Future Combat Image
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Generally favorable reviews- based on 13 Ratings

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  • Summary: The year is 2008. The area between Iran, Afghanistan, India and China has become the Democratic Republic of North Dzambystan (DRND). To get financial aid from the United States the DRND¹s government allowed the US military to build a top-secret subterranean base. The DRND¹s government is unaware that the heavily fortified base is in fact a research center for genetic engineering on soldiers, and a testing lab for next-generation weaponry. Features 20 action-packed combat missions full of intense tactical challenges and two interlinked campaigns putting the world's finest soldiers against the threat of global terrorism. Over 70 different choices of units that include special purpose personnel; snipers, medics, and engineers. Voice Control with natural language support. Near-future technological development, such as robotic vehicles and armed unmanned aircraft. Night and day missions with realistic weather conditions. [Strategy First] Expand
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. A farily well done RTS that suffers from a few problems that put you off, like banging your teeth on a sausage gristle. [Aug 2006, p.77]
  2. Glitchy and under-developed, it never ascends beyond ordinary. [Aug 2006, p.95]
  3. Another dreary RTS to avoid. Ho hum. [July 2006, p.102]
  4. The gameplay takes you back in time to the days when RTS programmers had yet to figure out such intricacies as pathfinding, level design, and visual presentation.
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 3
  1. NikolaT.
    Oct 22, 2006
    10
    Great game made by the young team, and I'm enjoying playing it.
  2. JohnG.
    Oct 9, 2006
    10
    Awesome.
  3. MexN.
    Jun 9, 2006
    3
    Another RTS clone . . . nothing new under the sun.