Delta Force - Black Hawk Down: Team Sabre Image

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  • Summary: Two all new single-player campaigns – Embark on 11 challenging missions through treacherous South American jungles and across the high deserts of Iran. Insert by Black Hawk into enemy territory, fight your way through a mountain stronghold and pursue the enemy through hostile oil fields. New weapons, squad commands and characters - Select from 24 weapons to maximize your effectiveness in battle, including two never before seen weapons in the Black Hawk Down series; the MK-23 SOCOM and the L115A sniper rifle. Take command of the world’s most elite Special Forces teams – Delta Force and the British SAS – and order your squad mates to lay down suppressive fire or execute a flanking maneuver on the enemy. New multiplayer warfare: Join in the action in intense fire fights with up to 32 players online and seven unique game types including new variants and old classics. Persistent statistic tracking allows you to follow your progress as you rise through the ranks. Battle it out with up to four of your friends in split-screen or work together against a common foe in cooperative play. With 24 multiplayer maps to choose from and voice-over-net for immediate battlefield intel, prepare for battles that are even more intense than the original Black Hawk Down. [Sierra Entertainment] Expand
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 8
  2. Negative: 3 out of 8
  1. Team Sabre's single player game is not bad. It's got a good balance between action and strategy, and it has a very good orders system that covers everything you want and more.
  2. For around 20 bucks you get a perfectly reasonable shooter, with a streamlined command system that actually works well. Although we’d still recommend getting a cheap copy of one of the various Conflict games instead.
  3. We'd still recommend getting a cheap copy of one of the various "Conflict" games instead. [Feb 2007, p.78]
  4. Despite an exciting multiplayer mode, Team Sabre never rises above its various flaws and its simplistic single-player level design that offers no real challenge.
  5. The PS2 version of this military shooter addresses some of the issues that hampered its 2-year-old PC counterpart, but it introduces far more problems than it fixes.
  6. It looks and plays like a rubbish PC game from 1992 and no amount of multiplayer modes can change that.
  7. We could suggest that the inability of your squad members to follow the simplest of orders is a complex situation of the confusing nature of war, but that would be giving the game way too much credit. [Christmas 2006, p.102]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 3
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 3
  3. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. RossC.
    Jan 20, 2007
    This is a very good game with rather hard bits but ok and also very realistic!
  2. [Anonymous]
    Jan 22, 2007
    This game has good graphics, fun and a lot of action.
  3. Mar 16, 2013
    variety of weapons. Good graphics for Ps2 an amazing co-op game play and a solid single player. A great game and i don't think the critics are any good and reviewing games Expand