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Army Men: RTS

Army Men: RTS

Sony Playstation 2 - March 29, 2002

Army Men: RTS's gameplay requires the acquisition and control of two resources; plastic and electricity, which are necessary to construct combat units and buildings. Plastic, which is required for all normal units, is taken from everyday objects, including Frisbees, dog bowls, and toys. Additionally, whenever a unit or structure is destroyed, a chunk of plastic worth a fraction of its initial cost appears where it was destroyed. Plastic is 'harvested' by Dump Trucks. Electricity, which is required for vehicles and Radio operator equipment, is drawn from electrical objects, such as batteries,...

Destroy All Humans!

Destroy All Humans!

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 21, 2005

The game begins with a Furon, Cryptosporidium-136, hovering over a launch site with military personnel testing a rocket. The rocket is launched and destroys the ship carrying Cryptospiridium-136, and leaves him fatally wounded. Crypto-136 is later captured, by the U.S. Army. Some time later, Cryptosporidium-137 travels to Earth with another Furon, Orthopox. Cryptosporidium (nicknamed 'Crypto') comes with the intention of rescuing 136, while Orthropox (nicknamed 'Pox') desires to extract human brain stems for study. Crypto arrives at Turnipseed Farm in the Midwest, where Pox mistakes Cows for...

Destroy All Humans! 2

Destroy All Humans! 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 17, 2006

The game is set in 1969, 12 years after the original. The game begins with a KGB slide show meeting showing that the main character from Destroy All Humans!, Cryptosporidium-137, is now deceased for unknown reasons. His clone, Cryptosporidium-138 (Crypto for short), made of more pure furon DNA, is now taking his place and continuing to pose as the United States President. KGB intelligence reveals that Crypto-138 is the first and only Furon to have genitalia, referred to only as "The Package". Seeing the furons as a threat to the Soviet Union, the KGB destroy the furon mothership with a nuclear...

Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed

Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed

Nintendo Wii - February 25, 2008

Big Willy Unleashed takes place before the events of Path of the Furon and after Destroy All Humans! 2. The game is set in 1975, 6 years after Destroy All Humans! 2.

Full Spectrum Warrior

Full Spectrum Warrior

Sony Playstation 2 - March 22, 2005

In Full Spectrum Warrior, you take on the role of commander of two squads of the United States military, Alpha and Bravo, as you guide them in the fictional country of Zekistan on a mission to capture or kill the terrorist Al Afad. In the game, you don't directly control your troops. You don't take aim at a target and shoot, and you don't circle-strafe around enemies. Instead, you tell your squad what to do, and they'll do it. It's like a real-time strategy game. You can tell your two squads to do numerous things, such as hide behind a wall, take cover behind a car, lob a grenade, fire off...

Full Spectrum Warrior

Full Spectrum Warrior

Windows - September 21, 2004

In Full Spectrum Warrior, you take on the role of commander of two squads of the United States military, Alpha and Bravo, as you guide them in the fictional country of Zekistan on a mission to capture or kill the terrorist Al Afad. In the game, you don't directly control your troops. You don't take aim at a target and shoot, and you don't circle-strafe around enemies. Instead, you tell your squad what to do, and they'll do it. It's like a real-time strategy game. You can tell your two squads to do numerous things, such as hide behind a wall, take cover behind a car, lob a grenade, fire off...

Mercenaries 2: World in Flames

Mercenaries 2: World in Flames

Windows - Released - September 4, 2008

The story begins as the player approaches businessman Ramon Solano's villa. The player is greeted by a man named Blanco, who worked with the player in the past. In the meeting inside the villa, Solano hires the player to rescue a Venezuelan Army General Carmona who is being held prisoner in an old colonial fortress on an island off the coast by the Army after a failed coup attempt. The player uses weapons and air strikes supplied by Solano to assault the fortress and rescue Carmona. But once Carmona is rescued, Solano attempts to murder the player to avoid paying and to make sure there is no...

Mercenaries 2: World in Flames

Mercenaries 2: World in Flames

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 31, 2008

This release of Mercenaries 2: World in Flames differs from the other versions in several significant aspects. As opposed to the other releases, it uses the graphics engine from its predecessor Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction. Although the background story and basic gameplay remain the same, this version features about forty exclusive side-missions, has no co-operative play and takes place on a much smaller map.

Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction

Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction

Microsoft Xbox - Released - June 15, 2006

During the last years of his reign, the North Korean president Choi Kim attempted a reconciliation with the country's southern neighbor, with the ultimate goal of reunification. However, his son, General Choi Song, and the military clique under his leadership, strongly disagreed with the old man's views. Eventually, Choi Song orchestrated his own father's assassination, took control of North Korea, and severed ties with the outside world. Eventually, plans of a nuclear reactor construction began to surface. China, South Korea, the Allied Nations and even the Russian Mafia sent troops to...

The Saboteur

The Saboteur

Sony Playstation 3 - December 9, 2009

The player is able to explore Nazi-occupied Paris, some of the French countryside and parts of Germany.[3] Color is a key element in the gameplay. Areas which are heavily controlled by the Nazis are represented in black and white, with the exception of the irises of characters' eyes, city lights, blue symbols of the French Resistance, and various German symbols, which are bright red and complete with swastikas. In order to make that district colored ("inspired") again, players must weaken the German forces occupying the area. In doing so, that district's citizens regain their hope, visually...

The Saboteur

The Saboteur

Windows - December 9, 2009

The player is able to explore Nazi-occupied Paris, some of the French countryside and parts of Germany.[3] Color is a key element in the gameplay. Areas which are heavily controlled by the Nazis are represented in black and white, with the exception of the irises of characters' eyes, city lights, blue symbols of the French Resistance, and various German symbols, which are bright red and complete with swastikas. In order to make that district colored ("inspired") again, players must weaken the German forces occupying the area. In doing so, that district's citizens regain their hope, visually...

Star Wars: Battlefront

Star Wars: Battlefront

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 20, 2004

Star Wars: Battlefront encompasses battles between four main factions from both the original and prequel trilogies: the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS) of the prequel era, and the Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire of the classic trilogy. However, factions can only play their historical adversary; there cannot be any Rebels vs. Separatists or Clones vs. Empire fights. In each faction, five different classes of characters become available. Four of the classes are similar for each faction: a basic infantry soldier (a Super battle droid for the CIS), heavy...

Star Wars: Battlefront

Star Wars: Battlefront

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 20, 2004

Star Wars: Battlefront encompasses battles between four main factions from both the original and prequel trilogies: the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS) of the prequel era, and the Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire of the classic trilogy. However, factions can only play their historical adversary; there cannot be any Rebels vs. Separatists or Clones vs. Empire fights. In each faction, five different classes of characters become available. Four of the classes are similar for each faction: a basic infantry soldier (a Super battle droid for the CIS), heavy...

Star Wars: Battlefront

Star Wars: Battlefront

Windows - September 21, 2004

For the first time in gaming history, after countless games depicting various aspects of the rich Star Wars universe (including some we never wanted to see), players have the chance to step into the boots of the average soldier in the wars that raged across the galaxy. Gameplay is based on the successful standards set by Battlefield 1942, but combat in Battlefront is even more massive and heated, vehicles are more predominant and the familiar starships are also included. There are three different game modes to play: Historical Campaign (featuring a series of "historical" battles from the...

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 1, 2005

Battlefront II features a more narrative-based campaign, retelling portions of the Star Wars story from the point of view of a veteran Imperial stormtrooper, reminiscing about his tour of duty in service of both the Galactic Republic and as part of the Galactic Empire. Gameplay additions over Battlefront include the use of Jedi, additional game modes, and objective-based space battles.

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 1, 2005

Battlefront II features a more narrative-based campaign, retelling portions of the Star Wars story from the point of view of a veteran Imperial stormtrooper, reminiscing about his tour of duty in service of both the Galactic Republic and as part of the Galactic Empire. Gameplay additions over Battlefront include the use of Jedi, additional game modes, and objective-based space battles. Two players can play splitscreen co-op throughout the story campaign or a strategic Galactic Conquest campaign.There is also a "comp stomp" configuration that supports 2 players offline, 2 players splitscreen...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Sony Playstation 2 - October 28, 2002

The game is split up into two segments, vehicles and 3rd person Jedi fighting. The vehicle segments involve most vehicles from the Star Wars universe: STAPs, tanks, AATs, AT-XTs and clone gunships. The controls used involve primary and secondary fire, acceleration and a special ability that changes from vehicle to vehicle. The Jedi segments use basic lightsaber slashing and two force powers, which rely on a force power bar, lightsaber throw and force push.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 28, 2002

The Clone Wars has you deep inside the battles of the Old Republic through 16 missions, piloting a range of vehicles including speeder bikes, Republic Gunships and fighter tanks as well as the weapon of the Jedi, your lightsabre, for close combat. Whereas the Rogue Squadron series concentrated on aerial battles, The Clone Wars contains almost all ground battles. You must fight as Anakin Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, Mace Windu, and others throughout the game to prevent the Confederacy from gaining a deadly weapon. Multiplayer options are also included for up to four players with game types...

Triple Play 2002

Triple Play 2002

Microsoft Xbox - March 1, 2002

EA Sports delivers their entry into the US Major League baseball game genre with Triple Play 2002. This game features 3D graphics, various modes of play, and guest commentary sound (see details below). Triple Play 2002 is the latest installment in the Triple Play series of baseball games produced by Electronic Arts. It follows Triple Play 2001 as part of the continuing Triple Play series of games. Triple Play 2002 expands on its predecessors with updated player graphics, including 3D face scans of some major league players, and updated major league ballpark graphics. Gameplay modes...

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