Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

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Based on a Training Aid developed for the U.S. Army*, Full Spectrum Warrior is a squad-based, real-time combat game that allows players to experience the intensity and gritty realism of urban warfare.

As Squad Leader, take command and coordinate the actions of two infantry squads (Alpha and Bravo), leading them through a hostile urban warzone. An intuitive control scheme allows you to control up to eight soldiers in real-time as you outthink, outmanuevar and outgun enemies through 13 levels of intense combat.

Featuring advanced AI, your squad will act like a highly trained infantry unit - with team members reactively responding to situations based on combat training and taking the appropriate formations based on combat situations. Learn and implement authentic combat tactics, battling enemies with an explosive arsenal of authentic weaponry and equipment.

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Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

Lol, I think the hip wiggling is because of the fact that they are wearing all their heavy equipment. This game is good, ive played demo, it runs great on comp and I've also played it for xbox. Overall the game was good but it had no longevity. Once you beat it you may go back and do it again but then I got bored of it. And they definetly need to increase the soldiers reaction time. For a game that claims its high AI intelligence, how did that slip happen?

Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

BTW, I got motion sickness while playing this demo...Never happened to me before!!! Must be the sweeping camera;);) Did anyone else here get sick and almost puked over your screen?;)But I'm okay now, have played it several times without motion sickness...got used to it I guess;)

Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

Im not a big strategy person, but I thought id give this game ago.- Graphics are good, detailed, yet run smooth ( on 9800pro ) with the quality on high.- The controls do not take that long to learn, training excercises teach you them step by step, and they have been thought out well.- The Gameplay is strategy, so dont go expecting Americas Army. You give the soldiers orders such as move here, open fire there, take over, and then the rest you have to leave up the them. You get two teams, and the aim is for one to move and the other to be covering, or to use the second team to flank the enemy.- The AI, is one of the most important parts, since you can only guide and not directly control. For the most part its good, they respond realistically. However they are not perfect and in certain situations you can find a team member going astray from their cover. Also the speed can annoying slow. When a soldier gets suprised it can take down an enemy quickly, but when ordered they can take far too long, especially when the enemy is shooting at your other team.Also when a soldier is being shot they will just sit there and take the bullets instead of taking cover, and when you give them an order to get out of the way of the bullets, they will go through the same slow movements, resulting in your soldier being dead by that time.- Overall, If you like strategy and wargames then I think you will like this game, its tactical and generally very good, im sure a patch will be along to fix any minor issues at a later date.If however your a control freak like me you will probably be more at home playing CS or Americas Army.-

Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

uhuh... cs junkies should look elsewhere. FSW is strategy, not your ability to shoot an enemy in the head. In fact, I think this game is a little pen and paperish, as long as you are behind cover, they can't hit unless they roll a d20 :P, I mean sometimes the enemy is wide open but your men can't hit them because of the cover. That's the only gripe, and a few physics problems like launching a bench 40m down the street by running through it.I know what I just typed doesn't make sense, but this game is all strategy, rather than FPS twitch reaction. What's wrong with the voice acting? "M203- enemy vehicle" *BLAU* "WOOHOO! You don't need to ask me twice to blow shit up!""Geez its hot, you could fry eggs on my helmet"

Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

Over all the game kicks butt. Needs an update rather soon tho. Like:Update the people talking, sounds like the WAZUP guys from SNL.The AI doen't seem to know how to quick respond. That is to say I had a team giving point fire in one direction and a tango ran right up that area and shot up my whole team. while the team never shot once.Can't help but wonder why I can throw a smoke grenade a mile down the road but can't throw a frag more than a couple of yards away?On the plus side the graphics are damn good.The AI is pretty good, fun to watch the fire fights.Teams movements are excelent, even if they don't seem to know what to do if they run into a tango on the run.Love the tanks involved.All in all I plan to buy the full version.TTFNGallow Crow out.

Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

Over all not too bad. Skins seem a little two demensional for my taste. But I have a tendancie to compare everything to AAO.The reaction of the soldiers in some instances, seem a little to slow and confused.Controls easy to learn through a very comprehensive training course. (MOUT)Trash talkin by game characters causes me to roll my eyes a bit.If your interested in contemporary military strategy with some geopolitical flavor,in a fairly well done strategy format You might find downloading the demo worth the bandwidth and time.

Full Spectrum Warrior Single-player Demo

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