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  • Summary: The game was developed to give gamers of all levels an easy pick-up-and-play FPS experience packed full of action. Delta Force: Xtreme includes a selection of the best single and multiplayer missions from the original PC game Delta Force, as well as new missions and a host of updated game features. Improvements include a complete graphics overhaul, new renders, particle and weather effects, as well as new content in the form of missions, controllable vehicles and new online features. Delta Force: Xtreme also includes 20 co-op missions, online stat tracking and improved anti-cheat measures. Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. The original Delta Force was cutting edge at the time and while Xtreme is a bit of a mission pack, it’s cheap and offers excellent offline and online gaming for under fourty bucks.
  2. DFX is designed for the casual gamer in mind and has a zero learning curve. You can pick up and play and have a blast for a MSRP of about 20 bucks. You gotta love that!
  3. Shooting down a chopper with a rocket or launching a RPG right into a guy's chest just never gets old.
  4. 60
    Delta Force Xtreme's multiplayer isn't subtle or innovative and tends to suffer from lag and some crashes, but it's filled with exciting, over-the-top action.
  5. 60
    A budget title, and it plays like one. Every feature this game has to offer has been better implemented elsewhere.
  6. This one will move a few units at Wal-Mart, but no more. [July 2005, p.69]
  7. Pointless in the xtreme, unless you're interested in war game archaeoogy. [July 2005, p.97]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 4 out of 6
  1. GreyWOLF_DoWDuran
    May 31, 2005
    I have successfully led a FPS gaming clan for over 5 years. (DoW_Den of Wolves) We have played almost every FPS tactical game on the market since 1999. DFX is a PERFECT balance of tactical and straight forward gaming to date. The Mission editor is by far the simplest and most powerful I Collapse
  2. IanC.
    Aug 9, 2006
    For sheer fun, DFX is hard to beat. It's got huge maps, oodles of ai per map, lots of mods and maps online, and a solid online community so you can play at almost any hour. The AI is pretty dense, but designers compensate by making them more accurate, or by adding lots more to a map. If you don't like AI, there are many standard MP games and maps. DFX offers lots of mayhem, it's inexpensive, doesn't challenge the average PC and it has a great co-op mode. What more could you want? Expand
  3. LuisV.
    Jul 21, 2005
    Very arcade. Miles away from ghost recon.
  4. Aug 24, 2011
    I played the demo only. The arcade thing is not the worst part of this game - it's a nightmare that there are no other difficulty modes, if the difficulty has been set to 3 to 8 times more harder then this game won't be so poorly rated. Player can prone, roll left and right when prone. While leaning left or right and still be able to shoot with the use of a sniper scope. But I'd rather play the other game ArmA, since this one is too easy, as there are so many of them firing at you from a far distance (or medium range for some), but the probability of you getting hit is almost like 1 in a 1000. Expand
  5. Jun 5, 2011
    The game has singleplayer missions. They are very bland and boring. You spend 3/4 of the time running to different places of the map. While there are vehichles in the game, most are not drivable thus keeping you walking through the entire thing. The multiplayer lacks many players. The maps are designed to have about 30 players and I only see about 8. Plus the lag is insane! And spam is unreal. Very dissapointed in this title. Expand
  6. Oct 7, 2010
    Absolute garbage.