Додано: 26 січня
Played this when i'm still a kid, and it's still as good as i remember it, the difficulty is a little hard though, but you'll get used to it. So basicly the plot is about a group of allied commando unit fighting axis in WW2. The mission ranges to sabotaging a submarine pen, blowing a bridge, rescuing VIP in a middle of warzone, and so on. You can also pick up items that can help with the mission, like finding bombs, guns, medkits, and such, thus giving it a bit of a RPG element.
The gameplay really good, if you ever met with trouble like a soldier that always looking at the entrance to a door that leads to your mission goal, the door is in his line of sight and if you get in his line of sight he will alert the other soldier, you can kill him but the other soldier has his line of sight on the soldier that you need to kill, thus rendering frontal attack useless. So how do you get pass him? The game provide many ways to do it, you can command your commando to disguise as the enemy and get him to provide distraction by talking to the other soldier, and then you command your other unit to attack the soldier that watching the door, or you can throw a cigerattes to distract the soldier out of the other soldier line of sight thus allowing you to attack him, or maybe there's another way to the mission goal and you should look for another way in.
The music is also really good, there's nothing else that i can say about the music. It's excellent.
Grapich wise it's still good for an old game, though sometimes the background blends with certain object, thus making it hard too click on that object. (The ladder on the top of the tower that located near the fueltanks in mission 3 kinda blends to the background making it hard too click)
But nonetheless it's not a really big deal.
This game is a real recommend for those strategy games fans."Herr commandant, It's not our fault that we suddenly get gagged and tied. We only trying to get the cigeratte pack that laying in the middle of an artic desert, there's nothing wrong about that right?"