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Seeing how good Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter was this is just weird. This seems to be a minor trend of some game developers trying to ruin their own IP, the classic example being what Crytek did with Crysis after Warhead. But where Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 provide some interest once you accept that they are really completely different games than Crysis 1, Future Soldier is just embarrassing. I must admit I only played the first scene, but stopped there out of principle. No military team, certainly not a fictional one in the Ghost Recon series would open up in a market full of civilians. I don't know, maybe the Future Soldier team are the terrorists this time ? This is just a major no no here, not just because its plain wrong, but it throws out all the fun military accuracy and "standing up for whats good" that make the other games in this series interesting. There's no hold fire order, so I can't even step in and tell my team to wait until the civilians have gone away. The rest of the game feels off as well. The "HUD gone bananas" future theme just does not feel believable and is clearly not based on any actual research. Where in the first Crysis the Nano-suit sounds like something believable, even into Crysis 2 (yes I even read composite material chemical names on one PDA that I recognised from some science paper I read years ago about advanced omposite materials), the "future" theme here just feels pasted on. Huge level name and "Huddy bits" hover over the level as part of the 3D environment, probably meant to represent some "super HUD" display. But all connection with you as a soldier it lost along with all immersion. Crytek always include this kind of thing strictly from the PoV of the player so as not to break immersion. So, this game is not recommended by me. For future themes try Frontlines Fuel of War (underrated in my opinion), or if you like this kind of thing with sqaud mates following you around but with no squad commands then Medal of Honor 2010, or Warfighter is much better. Lastly my message to Ubisoft and other games developers ... when do I get soldiers back who actually follow orders ?