Technically there’s a campaign mode, though it’s really just an hors d’oeuvre for the main course of the game, the multiplayer. The campaign’s story features some bad guys, intent on doing terrible things, whom you’re required to shoot in the face/body. While it does a fair job of introducing the game’s mechanics and vast array of near-future weaponry, it feels really tacked on.
The voice acting is awful, the writing is bland, and even the most hectic flashpoints are sabotaged by poor AI and unfortunate timing. While it may have been mildly entertaining to plow through with a buddy in a co-op, that option doesn’t exist, and as a single-player experience it’s very underwhelming.
The real star of the show is Conquest, an online mode where two teams battle for four control points littered across the map. Though the premise doesn’t innovate, the experience is chaotic and entertaining. Players select spawn points from areas that aren’t protected by hostile anti-air, and then rocket into play from dizzying altitudes (with a cool visual effect where you watch your soldier in third-person as he screams down from the sky). The back and forth of destroying enemy AA turrets to open up the map and deploying your own to deny access to your opponents adds another strategic layer to the constant brawling around control points.
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OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
CPU: Intel 3.0GHz (single), 2.0GHz (dual), or AMD AthlonXP3200+
RAM: 2 GB RAM
<GFX: NVIDIA GeForce 7800 or ATI Radeon X1900 (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or better recommended)
Hard Disk: 5.5 GB space free
Audio: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
1. Mount or burn image
2. Install using serial: 11111-11111-11111-11111-11111
3. Copy all files from the SKIDROW folder to the game installation
4. Play the game
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