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World War II Combat: Road to Berlin (Windows)

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Description

A follow-up to Combat: Task Force 121, World War II Combat: Road to Berlin shares the same basic mechanics and multiplayer functionality as its predecessor. You are Steven Moore, a young officer in the Office of Strategic Services attempting to secure research and plans for the top secret German "Vengeance Weapons" during the last days of the war. The Russians may be allies, but they also want this research for their own purposes - you must beat them to it. The single player game takes you through aircraft fields, submarine bunkers, underground complexes and finally the remains of a war torn Berlin.

As with its predecessor, the real value in this title is the multiplayer. Seven multiplayer modes, a good assortment of weapons, simple play mechanics and large maps make for a surprisingly good experience. This game also features online bots, which is a feature its predecessor lacked.

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Alternate Titles

  • "二战战斗:进军柏林" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "Дорога на Рейхстаг" -- Russian spelling
  • "Rajd na Berlin: Tajna Broń III Rzeszy" -- Polish title
  • "Battlestrike: Secret Weapons" -- German title

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The Press Says

7Wolf Magazine May 02, 2006 4 out of 10 40
Game Watcher May 07, 2006 2.3 out of 10 23
GameSpot Apr 24, 2006 2 out of 10 20
Absolute Games (AG.ru) Apr 17, 2006 15 out of 100 15

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Trivia

A follow up to Combat: Task Force 121. As such, it is also built on the Shadow Ops: Red Mercury code base. Core game mechanics, control mechanisms and multiplayer modes are from that game.

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nccs (259) added World War II Combat: Road to Berlin (Windows) on Oct 30, 2005
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