Ct Special Forces Fire For Effect
Developed for the PC and consoles simultaneously. Counter Terrorist Special Forces isn't the stealthy squad-based anti-terror game its moniker suggests. While there are a few covert elements thrown in, this is essentially a brainless third-person shooter that sees you blasting your way through hundreds of baddies in the name of freedom.
It's simplistic stuff, true - and it feels very much like a console game to play - but it's blessed with an undeniable fun factor that keeps you interested far longer than you initially suspect. This is partly down to the ragdoll physics (after all, who doesn't enjoy seeing a terrorist cartwheel over a railing?), and partly due to the slight variations in the gameplay style. Some levels mix in a touch of vehicle action to break up the foot-based ra carnage, while others feature short skydiving segments. We also like the way you can duck behind cover, either popping out to spray off a few rounds or firing blind round the corner.
Your two ops (the burly, Arnie-esque Raptor and sneaky Stealth Owl) have access to an interesting arsenal of war gear. There are guns aplenty, naturally, but also some neat gadgets like electromagnetic grenades and a Predator-style camouflage suit. If you'll permit us to pull on our negative hat for a moment, we feel we have to mention the blurry, outdated graphics (another console hangover), C-grade voice-acting and the rather linear layout of the levels. Overall though - and bearing in mind the sub-20 quid price tag - this is an enjoyable romp that will while away a few hours.
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
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