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  • Summary: Engage the enemy in expansive indoor and vast outdoor environments; select from a team of diverse characters, each with their own special abilities; advanced new rifles, systems, machine guns, and grenade launchers; developed from the same engine used to train the U.S. Army elite Land Warrior soldiers. [NovaLogic] Expand
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  1. If you enjoyed either "Delta Force I" or "II," you'll like this game as well. It is more of the same, with some gameplay, graphic, and multiplayer improvements.
  2. A lot of fun, although not particularly advanced from "Delta Force 2" in either scope or quality.
  3. The game in the series that seems most accessible, and if you've avoided it up until this point, I'd recommend picking it up if sniping or large areas appeal to you.
  4. If you want subtlety and complexity, Delta Force probably isn't for you, but if you want to mow down terrorists using the latest firearms in a variety of colorful settings, then this is your game.
  5. The game has all the elements of a great tactical simulator with the emphasis on realism rather then fantasy, but has been mortally wounded by shoddy modeling, its graphic's limitations and all around poor execution.
  6. Though the rendering jitters can get annoying, the improvements to the overall visuals combined with the wide explorative possibilities make Delta Force: Land Warrior a solid game for anyone who enjoys modern tactical warfare on the PC.
  7. As many improvements as the game's developers have made over its predecessors, I only wish they had gone the extra mile and made this game into the top-notch title it could have been.

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  1. Positive: 14 out of 14
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  1. Jul 28, 2012
    Blackhawk 10 Delta Force 2 is the milestone for the Delta Force series as well for Novalogic .It's campaign and multiplayer are perfect.The guns,vehicles,and voice acting are of the highest quality.In my opinion this is the best game Novalogic has ever made. Expand
  2. Oct 3, 2013
    i have played before Delta Force and Delta Force 2 and now i have a new favorite in this series. Beside upgraded graphics of course, DF:LW has also many other pros compared to the older series releases. i will continue now with DF: Black Hawk Down, lets see if this is even better. Expand
  3. Mar 10, 2012
    After playing the campaign, the game seems rushed and the story... what story? It is, however, one of the first memorable military shooters, and i remember playing the Sphinx mission endless times in various ways, either killing all the enemies, or the least i could. It is a precursor to open-world games (GTA 3 came soon after it), and i always wondered where would i get if i'd just kept going straight trough that desert. Guess i could've gone like that forever :) Expand
  4. Oct 16, 2010
    Very realistic because you die from 1 max 2 bullets(depending the caliber).Pretty long campaign very hard to complete without dying.The graphics are medium for its time and the ai is pretty much 0.Althrough 7 Expand
  5. Mar 10, 2012
    Delta Force-Land Warrior is a FPS elite troops based game which contains a number of impressive game-play features in an astonishing small size but with relatively poorer graphics.

    First of all, on noticing "Delta Force-Land Warrior"'s size of less than a GB, one will think that the game wont be worth playing and, so did I. But when I played the game,it actually amazed me. The game is filled with a number of features which are usually not present in other FPS games. For example- the feature of selecting one character from a number of different characters with different specialties (female gamers would be quite happy as there are female characters also, to choose from) and the feature of choosing your equipment of different genres from a range of latest weaponry. Sound quality is also good (I am not saying very good.) Missions are relatively easier to understand and complete, however not compromising on the thrill of shooting enemies.

    Though the game-play is quite impressive, it still lacks some basic features like any meter or bar which indicates the life left, and the ability to acquire the weapons of the enemies when they are dead (I personally like the latter feature very much!). The greatest disappointment occurs due its poor graphics as compared to other FPS games.

    I would say that if game-play concern you more than just graphics (as it does to me!), this game is for you.

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