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  • Summary: As squad leader, players coordinate the actions of multiple infantry fire teams, leading them through a variety of hostile environments. An intuitive control scheme allows direction of squads in real-time as players outthink, outmaneuver and outgun enemies through more than 12 levels of intense warfare. Players will utilize authentic battlefield tactics as they confront the enemy with a deadly arsenal of weapons, the latest military equipment, and new Player-controlled mechanized units. With an enhanced multiplayer mode, players can go online and battle friends through a variety of new head-to-head and co-op objective-based missions. [THQ] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 26
  2. Negative: 1 out of 26
  1. There's nothing else to touch it in terms of mixing strategy and action, making this another satisfyingly-tough tactical challenge for anyone tired of predictable war-based gun-and-runners. [Apr 2006, p.70]
  2. 80
    The multiple teams, added tanks, verticality, precision fire, the stepped-up AI, and the much-needed multiplayer modes are all smart, value-added features. The game doesn't, however, advance much once you get going.
  3. For the most part they offered multiple new ways to approach each situation, but I just felt that had the control scheme been adjusted to reflect these new changes, this game could’ve been much better.
  4. However, fans of the genre will appreciate the added commands and improved AI of the game. Whether these improvements are enough to purchase the second title in the Full Spectrum Warrior series will most likely be decided by a game rental first.
  5. Expectations are high for this sequel to the highly acclaimed ultra-realistic simulation shooter. Sadly it doesn't quite deliver, focussing instead on tiny changes to the overall formula.
  6. The rigidly linear levels with obvious trigger points, the failure to evolve the basic gameplay and the newly random nature of the effectiveness of cover all conspire to devalue what was a novel and rather fun original.
  7. It's nice that Pandemic attempted to improve "Full Spectrum Warrior", trying to make it feel more like a game and less like something based on military theory. But the host of said improvements take FSW from and interesting if tame combat simulator to an irritating way to spend an afternoon. [July 2006, p.76]

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  1. ChromeC.
    Mar 27, 2006
    Great stragity game!! You cant control your player like in all other third person shootes but you can tell them where to go and issue orders. It is a great game!! it is most definitly worth the money!! Expand
  2. TomasO.
    Jun 13, 2006
    Nice and interesting game, just needs more work on precision fire and some other controls.
  3. ruelestrada
    Jul 17, 2006
    i love the game its good to have a strategy on my own, but what i is that you cant save the game in an easy way and if you had mistake on saving it you will go back to the start of the game and it makes me even though you have finish level 6............... i wish you could send me some tips on how to go to advance level . Expand
  4. MikeW.
    Apr 26, 2006
    i think thay made the game to hard from the start and people end up stop playing it but if you stick with it you will be happy it has a good picture the view can be kinda be a pain sometimes but the thing i hate the most is that you cant shoot you have to tell it to shoot for you. Expand