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  • Summary: The Nazis are on the verge of defeat. Unremitting assault by the Allied Forces continues to push back the Reich on nearly all fronts. Faced with impending doom, they have assembled covert teams of scientists and engineers tasked with designing and building new, experimental weaponry. Elite Allied strike teams remain ready for rapid deployment into regions infiltrated by ground agents. The safety of the world rests on the shoulders of these determined, well-trained soldiers. Less than a few short hours after being signaled by an agent entrenched in Norway, a strike team of four elite paratroopers land on Norwegian soil. One of these paratroopers is Sven Mortyr, a British Intelligence officer. Mortyr soon discovers his mission is to not only thwart the Reich's plans, but to rescue his own father who has been captured by the Nazi regime and put to work on a covert weapons project. [Hip Interactive] Collapse
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  1. No, it’s not perfect and isn’t innovative, but it doesn’t pretend to be. It is a good romp of a FPS, quick and dirty, with a good blend of play styles and game elements.
  2. For a game from the same people who brought you such memorable stinkpots as "Mortyr" and the transcendentally lousy "Sniper: Path of Vengeance", Mortyr 2 is actually a semi-competent piece of work.
  3. 60
    In a less competitive environment, Mortyr II might have scraped by, but instead it feels generally dated and decidedly unsatisfying in the face of fare like "Brothers in Arms" or "CoD: United Offensive."
  4. I'm still so amazed over Mortyr II's playability that I'm not thinking straight. [June 2005, p.72]
  5. Mortyr 2 is exactly what you would expect to find in a litter box. It's kind of dried out so it doesn't stink too bad, and it's clumped with the litter so it doesn't look that bad either but let's make it clear that it's still a piece of crap.
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  1. Nov 17, 2010
    7
    Critics as a whole pretty much panned the first Mortyr, while seeing this game as an improvement. I actually liked the first game for its colorful interior environments and enjoyable indoor fire-fights. Mortyr 2 seems to prefer outdoor environments, and they do look pretty nice......but -- as with the first Delta Force -- you'll find yourself getting cut down by bullets that seem to come from nowhere. Thankfully there is a cheat code -- there is only one cheat code -- that makes you invisible to the enemy, so if your frustration level gets too high you can always fall back on this. Expand

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