Conflict: Desert Storm II - Back to Baghdad Image

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  • Summary: At the height of the 1991 Gulf War, 300 clicks into the heart of Iraq, you must command your squad of Special Forces operatives to strike at Iraq's evil dictator, and his fascist regime. Armed with an authentic arsenal of high-tech weapons and vehicles, your squad will face impossible odds in this battle against tyranny. Only strategy and skill will ensure your survival through frantic firefights, gut-wrenching vehicular combat, and gripping stealth operations. "The Mother of All Battles" is coming to your console in Gotham Games' Conflict: Desert Storm II ? Back to Baghdad. The troops are in position, so lock and load, and get ready to GO LOUD! [Gotham Games] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. The gameplay, audio, and visuals provide for a great gaming experience, but without a multiplayer mode, the game lacks major replay-ability.
  2. 79
    It's rare that a game with average sound, graphics and an uncooperative control system can still be enjoyed for hours at a time anyway.
  3. Underneath its tarnished exterior is a game that's surprisingly engaging and intense. [Feb 2004, p.83]
  4. Nothing groundbreaking, but if its fun with guns you’re after then few current squad based titles provide it better than this.
  5. At least the PC version is easier to play, thanks to the wider array of control options offered by the keyboard and mouse.
  6. For those expecting massive advancements or a radical departure from the original, this will come as a disappointment. A more honest, realistic assessment would be to treat this as a mission pack, and for those who do just want more of the same, you'll come away a satisfied customer.
  7. One of those half-baked ports of a console game that someone figured might squeeze a few bucks out of PC owners. [Feb 2004, p.77]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12