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  • Summary: Assume the role of Timmy, mini action adventure hero, and fight the forces of evil in "Army Men :Soldiers of Misfortune." Timmy's Tan Army Men action figures have run amok, capturing his Green Army Men, and attempting to take control of his little slice of suburbia! It's up to you to defeat the enemy, save your toys and family, and restore order to your home! The house is your playground as you control a 3 inch tall Timmy and a slew of toy weaponry to keep his tan Army Men from achieving "Global Home Domination." You'll never look at your toys the same again. [DSI Games] Expand
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  1. In conclusion, Army Men: Soldier’s of Misfortune is a considerably cheaper game than the current “blockbuster” releases on the Wii and this is definitely a kid friendly title without the gore or violence.
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    Seriously, there's no reason to play this game. The controls are a pain, the graphics are bad, there's next to no sound, and the objectives are dumb.
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  1. WesS
    Jan 24, 2009
    It's too boring. Game objectives are not fun. Controls are awkward.
  2. Tonyz
    Dec 10, 2008
    The game is horrible they just slapped Army men in the title. Controls is horrible AI is horrible then enemies don't even move. Basically no sound everything is extremly quiet Expand
  3. Apr 18, 2013
    Any of you slightly older gamers remember back in the day when there was a fun game where you would play as a little green plastic soldier, and you would fight the tan army? Do you remember having fun going through the large world shooting with all sorts of weapons and having a blast? Even if you didn't enjoy those games, this game will make you yearn for the good ol' 3DO days. If you did enjoy them, this will be a giant fisted, iron knuckled punch into your childhood's kidney.
    I am the latter; I have played Army Men games since my elementary school years, and I liked (some of) them greatly. As time went on I played through some of 3DO's mistakes, and still do, and I mean BIG mistakes, which lead them to their downfall. However if all the bad things that 3DO did in their games were to be combined into one, heaping, pile of stink of a game, it would still be more enjoyable then this game here. 3DO went out with a bang slightly with the somewhat passable Sarge's War, but then ZOO decided to troll what little fans were left of the series, and to completely kill off the series as sure as getting hit by a train.

    This game as a whole feels like middle school students just learned how to program and decided to make a practice and then had Army Men slapped on it.

    The music (if you could call it that) will make you turn the volume to mute, which won't change much since the lack of ambiance kills any life this atmosphere could ever have.
    The story (lol) is just annoying, painful, and just boring; it makes even the most cliched, unoriginal, and mindless violent of stories from any of the slew of modern action games are literary masterpieces compared to this.

    Graphics are equally horrid; dead, lifeless animations add to the lack of negative interest that you'll have and the models don't help either.

    Gameplay is stupid simple and generic, controls feel like you're controlling an overweight elephant (fitting considering the protagonist is an ugly chubby kid) and does nothing to improve.
    Unless you're getting paid to take this game off of someone else's hands, don't get it, and even then you should really think hard about it.
  4. KyleD
    Jan 8, 2010
    This game is ridiculous. My girlfriend and I are trying to pass the first freakin level and the controls are so horrible. Plus, why do little nerf darts "kill" me? Expand