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I've looked around to see what other reviewers thought of this game and to my big surprise everyone's pretty negative. This is quite strange as the gameplay is rock solid and although the presentation could be better you do manage to find your way to the action. Graphically it isn't the best but certainly not the worst shooter on PS3 eventhough the glitches do give it an unfinished effect. All in all, it does remain a stripped port of an expansion pack for a dated PC Game.
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.
It's typically a good indication that something isn't quite right when you have to strip down a two-year-old expansion pack. Among the horrendous presentation, frustrating gameplay, and nonsensical story, you'll find very few redeeming qualities here. And because the first-person shooter genre isn't exactly lacking in variety or depth, you'll be far better off skipping this one and picking up a more enjoyable and rewarding game.
Looks and plays like it was knocked up in five minutes, and never rises above 'slightly poo'.
"Pfffff", voilà la première chose qui nous passe par les lèvres quand on voit arriver un nouveau Delta Force, suivi d'un "pas encore" quand on constate qu'en plus il s'agit du portage du piteux Team Sabre sorti sur PC il y a tout de même 2 ans. Bien sûr, la conscience professionnelle nous aide en de tels cas à garder l'esprit ouvert, mais c'est vraiment pour s'assurer qu'on ne va pas s'encrasser les chakras.