Nobody knows military simulations like the world's premier land force, the U.S. Army. So when the Army began making a simulation to let civilians experience the barracks to the battlefields, it sent its talented development teams to experience the Army as a recruit would. The developers crawled through obstacle courses, shot weapons, parachute jumped, and visited the Army bases, all to let you play Army in the most realistic way ever depicted in a computer game.
Reviewing : Special Forces (Overmatch) 2.8.4 (Feb 17, 2014)
Reviewing : Special Forces (Overmatch) 2.8.4 (Apr 10, 2009)
Decent gameplay and graphics, especially for being free. As for everyones political views, which have no place in a video game review btw, go F@#$ yourselves... I was a soldier before i played and propaganda has nothing to do with it. Just as developers like capcom Square-enix, etc. smear their name all over their games, as they rightfully can being the creators, so is the army. ifu think its propaganda, its just u being mad that the US Army kicks a** and your army doesnt. Infantry Hooah
Reviewing : Special Forces (Overmatch) 2.8.4 (Jan 22, 2009)
I just saw a report on entraitement Marines and he showed recruiters with 4x4 Hummer with giant screen and PS3 console at the rear of the vehicle to attract future recruits! Floodland is right i think!
Reviewing : Special Forces (Overmatch) 2.8.4 (Jan 21, 2009)
This game might be well done but basically it's just what Floodland said.
Reviewing : Special Forces (Overmatch) 2.8.4 (Jan 20, 2009)
Hey Floodland buy a clue.
It is a game not a propaganda tool.
Don't rack your brain on this one but if was for propaganda then no one
would die on the US side.
What country are you from?
You sound like an armchair warrior.
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