Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm Reviews (N-Gage)

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PGNx Media (Sep 13, 2004)
Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm sets a new standard for what can be done on N-Gage. Nokia's little handheld is quite powerful, and this game certainly shows it. If you own an N-Gage and are remotely interested in the genre, you should pick this one up.
Thunderbolt Games (Sep 27, 2005)
So there you have it; a game I was dreading reviewing, was certain it would have blocky graphics and terrible gameplay has turned out to be immense fun. You’ll need to hunt down a few other people to unlock the multiplayer, which is worth its weight in gold, but as a single player game you’ll have enough fun to while away long journeys, or when the girlfriend is getting ready to go out on the town with your lucky self. If you know what I mean.
DarkZero (Jul 18, 2005)
Much to my own surprise Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm ended up a great game. Controls weren’t an issue, graphics weren’t an issue and the other issues were just as easily stampeded upon simply because of fantastic gameplay. Readers should note that I personally just love games like this though, stay away if you didn’t like Ghost Recon or a similar first person shooter on another system. Everyone else with an N-gage should get this one. I highly recommend it.
GameSpot (Oct 05, 2004)
First-person shooters don't exactly have an auspicious history on the N-Gage. Until the release of Gameloft's Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm, N-Gagers had only two to choose from--the massively defective Red Faction and the considerably more competent but still somewhat inconsistent Ashen. Gameloft apparently incorporated a number of lessons learned from these precursors into its creation of Jungle Storm, in addition to having tuned the game's engine to milk a better performance from the N-Gage's Series 60 hardware. The results of this conscientious R&D effort affirm Nokia's main N-Gage platitude: Developing native games for the N-Gage platform is a learning process, and companies like Gameloft are beginning to get the knack for doing it. There are a few bumps in the overall experience, but even so, Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm is the most broadly featured, enjoyable FPS for the N-Gage yet.
Ghost Recon : Jungle Storm a été développé spécifiquement pour la N-Gage, et cela se voit. C’est l’un des premiers titres à exploiter véritablement la puissance de la console portable de Nokia. Le tout est en 3D finement texturée. Cela pixélise un tout petit peu et il y a bien un petit clipping, mais cela reste très discret. D’ailleurs, les effets tels que le brouillard, la pluie ou la nuit masquent naturellement ce défaut et il reste possible de voir ses ennemis très loin. L’ambiance est garantie par une bonne mise en scène sonore et des voix convaincantes. Enfin, l’animation n’est pas fulgurante, loin de là, mais nous sommes dans un genre bien précis : le FPS tactique. En gros, on ne fonce pas dans le tas !
GameSpy (Oct 08, 2004)
Gameloft has been responsible for the majority of good games on N-Gage thus far, and Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm is another winner. Quite the opposite of Crash Nitro Kart, which was both crummy game and made the N-Gage look bad, Jungle Storm helps the N-Gage shine while making itself look good. And like that, the platform has a quality first-person shooter.
75 (Aug 30, 2004)
Mission réussie pour les Ghosts qui s'en sortent plutôt bien sur N-Gage. Ce Jungle Storm est aussi soigné qu'intéressant à jouer, et il est de plus le premier soft du genre sur ce support.