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  • Summary: It is April 1945. Allied armies are closing on the Nazi capital Berlin. US planes are
    roaming the skies over the Reich, and the thunder of Soviet artillery can be heard even in the Fuhrer's bunker. The fall of the Nazi rule is imminent. Even the closest aides have abandoned Hitler and are
    trying to find an exit strategy out of the war. Still, a tightly knit group of SS generals and officers, involved in the most heinous and dark deeds, is seeking for a way to save the remnants of the Third Empire. They have conspired to move the leaders of the Reich, together with precious resources and classified equipment, to a remote hideout in the Tibet mountains. There, in the heart of Asia, they can wait for their time, kept safe by the tireless vigilance of zombie monstrosities created in the Nazi secret labs. However, the German Resistance learned about this plan and is ready to prevent Hitler and his henchmen from escaping the vengeance of peoples. The HQ of the Resistance has dispatched their best spec ops team to foil this scheme and thereby deal another deadly blow to fascism. You're Karl Stolz, nicknamed "UberSoldier", a key member of the team and the main hero of the story. Together with your friends you must uncover the exact extent of the SS plan, face some of their bravest troops and best war machines, penetrate the occult secrets of the Black Order and travel halfway through the world to destroy your ultimate target. [Strategy First] Collapse
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    Measured against the current generation of top tier shooters, UberSoldier II feels a bit thin and predictable, but when you consider the twenty-dollar price tag, it's a lot easier to appreciate all the things that the game gets right.
  2. Any FPS fan should have an easy time enjoying this game – just don’t expect spit-polished perfection.
  3. World War II has been done before and done better, but it's never been done like this.
  4. The game passes ... barely. I would be lying if I didn't say there was some fun hidden in it, but you really have to go in and find it, and most of the time, that's just not enough.
  5. It doesn't redefine what it means to be a quality budget title, but UberSoldier 2 makes good use of its premise.
  6. If the rest of this Nazi shooting galllery had as much flair as its between-level vignettes, UberSoldier II could have secured an uber-spot at the top of the bargain bin. As is, it's much closer to the bottom. [Dec 2008, p.58]
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