Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Delta Force (Windows)

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Platform
Teen
ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Theme
80
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3.4
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Written by  :  Jim Fun (222)
Written on  :  Nov 05, 2001

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Summary

A Great FPS!

The Good

The game purely mixes strategy gaming with action gaming leaving an excellent result, I mean this game is NOT gory, bloody, senseless stupidity, it's deeper than bullets, and gore flying all over the place, it makes sense, it has a good story, and you have to use your mind more than your finger to defeat missions, it's not action and shooting all the time. Cool variety of weapons and well built missions.

The Bad

The graphics are not good, the sound is average (a little lower than average), some missions are EXTREMELY difficult, while some are medium and easy.

The Bottom Line

NOT the kind of game for the fans of the Quake, Doom, and Hexen series, but is definetly a must play for strategy and real-time fans, and for people who like FPS (like me) but want to play FPS that aren't stupid and too gory. Also recommended for people who like this game: Goldeneye 007, The World is Not Enough, and Delta Force 2. A big ol' 5/5 for this Strategy/FPS mix.