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Delta Force: Black Hawk Down - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
137 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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  • You'll use realistic weapons and combat as you fight your way through intense combat missions
  • Choose from a variety of real military weapons from machine guns to sniper rifles
  • You'll also pilot authentic military ground & air assault vehicles
  • Challenging AI makes the completion of missions a test of your skills & will to survive every time
  • Engage in deadly Close Quarters Combat and long-range sniper fire
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Platform: PC

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Enemies surround you in this fierce game of combat and head-to-head fighting; see if you have what it takes to survive.

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In late 1993, the United States launched dual military operations in Mogadishu, Somalia. Delta Force Operatives and Army Rangers were sent in to capture Somali warlords and restore order. Experience the intense combat of Operation Restore Hope in this groundbreaking first-person shooter. As a Delta Force operative participate in a number of daring and intense raids against the oppressive Somali warlords in and around Mogadishu.

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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B00006CRVI
  • Item Weight: 12 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 24, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,508 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Ellis on November 4, 2004
Platform for Display: PC
To address some issues about the game, the negatives first - yes, your squadmates have terrible shots, but they DO kill some bad guys, now most people say this is negative, to me, it's better this way - have you played ghost recon? in ghost recon your squad kills every bad guy before you ever get a shot! It's stupid. Although they do get in the way, thats how it REALLY works, you have to keep your eyes open and watch out for your teammates.

This game REALLY engulfs you into the Black Hawk Down atmosphere, the city really feels like Mogadishu, the buildings, the people, everything, feels and looks great... And the missions accompanied by the sound have a very theatrical feel, it gets your heart pumping a bit doing a takedown "We have a swarm of militia approaching our point" your heart starts racing a bit, you hear lots of militia voices speaking in their language, yelling, shooting, WOW... fantastic! So for atmosphere, this game ROCKS... Put some headphones on and just get entreanched by this game, you'll love every second of it.. You'll feel like your in the movie.

The missions are all really good, on one you actually get in a Humvee as the .50' calibur gunner - your in a convoy and going through the city, militia are on rooftops, coming out of alleys, all over just like the movie... awesome..
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 27, 2003
Platform for Display: PC
DFBHD is an ambitious game that has minor flaws, but the sum of the parts results in an extraordinary immersive experience. At first glance it looks like your garden variety shooter, the intro film looks average the menu screens are simple but flow smoothly and get the job done.
However, once you played about three missions, you start to understand that this is not your older brother's Delta Force. You are dealing with an adrenaline filled, immersive experience filled with detail and depth like I've never seen in a first person shooter.
Sometimes if your team mate gets shot, a med-evac helo will show up and medics will find your wounded team mate and carry him to safety. Angry villagers will sometimes throw rocks at you. You can initiate room takedowns in which one of your mates will flash-bang the room while the others will take the corners much like it should happen.
The graphics are by far the bet I've seen in an FPS. The music is better than the movie. The helicopter action is breathtaking. Some missions are stealth based, some are .50 cal frag fests. There are crocodiles, the best night vision I've ever seen, there have really rich multiplayer... and I haven't even finished the game yet.
This product sets a new standard in bang for the buck FUN, with a healthy dose of realism. I can't wait for the next one.
P.S. NovaLogic, how about adding driveable vehicles?
John
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 8, 2002
Platform for Display: PC
the latest addition to the Land Warrior series. I have beta tested the game prior to release and all my reported bugs have been fixed in the current multiplayer pre-release demo which may be downloaded here. The game boasts an awesome improvement in graphics from it's predecessor although only a few months have passed since it's release. The gaming engine appears to handle "lag" a lot better than all previous versions. The ability to man fixed and mobile positions that include minigun, Browning .50 cal, and M40 Grenade Launchers as well as ride in Blackhawk helicopters and HMMWVs (Hummers for all the civilians) make this one of the more versatile FPS games that I have seen in the past two years. The recent demo has introduced PSPs or Progressive Spawn Points which allow opposing teams to take control of the neutral flags. Once these positions are under team control a player can choose their respawn location from the available PSPs. I enjoy playing the demo and will definitely purchase the final version which is scheduled for release this October. I highly recommend that you download the demo. You can find a reason to not buy any game that deals with war. There hasn't been a war yet where everyone walked away. The point is, they merely are putting the player in the region it is not as if you are portraying any of the actual soldiers or commanding the operation that is doomed to failure. As with the movie, what you take away from the game will depend on your outlook but most will feel a respect for those soldiers who participated in the operation and those brave enough to make the sacrifice.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 26, 2003
Platform for Display: PC
I picked up a copy of "Black Hawk Down" yesterday, and I couldn't FORCE myself to stop playing it, even for a moment. Think of this game as "Medal of Honor: Allied Assault," but instead of all those World War II trappings, it's Somalia circa 1993. It rises head and shoulders above previous games in Novalogic's "Delta Force" series, with its heavily scripted action and furious combat sequences. Building-to-building combat is some of the best and most furious I've ever encountered (and I consider myself an AVID first-person shootist). You will literally feel like you are there in Mogadishu as the bullets zip past your head - it's like taking a step inside the awesome Ridley Scott film (albeit with a 'Teen' rating). "Black Hawk Down" suffers from a few issues with enemy and friendly AI, some minor graphical glitches, and some inappropriate one-liners, but all in all, it's not a game to miss. Do yourself a solid and pick up a copy ASAP.
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