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The Sum of All Fears - PC

by Red Storm Entertainment
Windows NT / 98 / 2000 / Me / XP / 95
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2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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  • Mission-based campaign with 11 missions that take place in real-world locations.
  • Intense, action-oriented story line that parallels and follows the plot of the film and novel.
  • Competitive and Cooperative multiplayer support including solo/team adversarial play, last man standing, capture the flag and sharpshooter modes.
  • Easy-to-use pre-mission interface that allows players to minimize set up time and detail management while allowing quick access to gameplay action.
  • Up to 3 additional AI-controlled teams provide player support throughout each mission.

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  • ASIN: B00006663T
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: May 28, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,228 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The Sum of All Fears is the latest strategy-action game from the makers of the award-winning Tom Clancy games Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six. The game features an intense story line that parallels the novel and film of the same name.

Lead a team of domestic counterterrorism experts through 11 dangerous missions that span the globe. Formed from the elite of the FBI's HRT, you have been tapped to perform covert ops in the most dangerous circumstances imaginable. As the commander of this team, you'll lead your unit into the heat of battle, performing missions ranging from eliminating terrorists to planting bugs, and from destroying illegal weapons caches to rescuing hostages. You'll give the team orders in the field and take the point in leading them into combat.

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Great action film depicting the Cold War in all it's worst aspects. Jack Ryan (Ben Affleck) is sure to win your admiration in this one.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Quick but Quality Release June 7, 2002
If you have played Ghost Recon you have pretty much played The Sum of all Fears. It uses the same graphics engine that gives GR it's fantastic looks and it works very well in the close quarters combat missions in SOAF. The interface is a bit stiff but assigning your two teammates to clear (take out any opponents in a room), flash-bang or grenade a room is a very nice touch. It gives you a nice mix of different weapons kits from basic silenced Mp5's to more heavy hardware like M16's w/grenade lauchers and modified M4 carbines and some nice sniper kits. The maps and missions are well presented and are great to play. Multiplayer gameplay is also tense and fun. Think of this game as Rainbow Six: Rouge Spear meets Ghost Recon and you have Sum of All Fears. If you are a Ghost Recon player you will love Sum of all Fears. O.K. the bad, because this game is not all good. The missions are somewhat easy even on the "Hard" setting. The uniforms of the characters do not change only their kits do. Your teammates can be quite stupid at times and you sometimes have to look out for them. Only 11 full missions but if you play the "Firefight" options in the Multiplayer maps it adds more replay value. It has VERY little relation to the movie or book by the same name. No this game is not Soldier of Fortune II, but nor was it meant to be. It seams like it was a rushed release in order to make it out along wth the movie BUT over all this game is a great even if it is your first FPS game or if yo are a regular FPS gamer.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Another bland movie tie-in. September 14, 2002
It is actually unfortunate that the makers of such great games like Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six decided not to do more with SOAF. Rather it was rushed to release with the movie and feels it.
Basically all of the gameplay elements are barrowed from the Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six games. Anyone who has played those will be right at home here. This is a mixed blessing, since there is nothing new to see or do. The missions got very repetitive. The game is going to appeal more to those who have not had much experience with GR or R6.
That's where it really fails. It is made to attract the casual gamer with the same name as the big budget movie and great book. Many of the things that made GR and R6 good are not to be found since they would require more of the player than just pointing and shooting. Which is what the game really boils down too, hunting down vague villains in vague locations that are supposed to be related to the movie. The characters have no faces or personality, that they have names at all is meaningless. If they die or not doesn't matter, there will be another faceless team member to replace them. There are no skills to increase or unique operatives to pick from here. Nor can you give your troops complex commands and any planning at all has been thrown out altogether. It's grab your gun, find the bad guys, and shoot them. Even this is made rather easy to the effect of being pointless. The AI even on the hard setting is lax compared to Ghost Recon.
Another problem is the graphics. It's the same engine from GR, and while it is not a bad graphics engine, it's not used properly here. What GR does well is rendering large outdoor environments. However SOAF is almost entirely indoors.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Brain dead October 4, 2002
This could have been a great game. I mean it. The mission structures are great, and weapon choices are top notch, and the overall feel is not bad. The thing that annoys me is the team AI. I must say that this game probably has the most stupid team AI I've ever seen on any tactical shooter. They like getting killed, like stunning themselves with flashbangs, ocassionally like shooting their mates AND getting shot by their mates. Very often you'll end up dying because these chums don't know how to cover you, very often they'll walk into your field of fire while you're shooting, and very often you'll turn around to find yourself alone, backtracking to find them stuck behind a door or just playing statue in a hallway. When you do find them, they'll run to you like a lost child who's just found his parent. How stupid is that? Please, AVOID THIS GAME, unless of course you've got too much money. Go play Ghost Recon instead. It's a more worthwhile investment.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Just Plain Fun. July 16, 2002
This is a fun game. I am a fan of all the Red Storm/Tom Clancy stuff, and this has it's place somewhere between Rogue Spear and Ghost Recon. I liked how another reviewer did the pros/cons thing, so i am going to copy him.
pros:
great maps/graphics,
cool sound effects,
tricky AI,
ease of use.
cons:
no blood,
too easy at times,
[bad] story,
limited weapons.
However, all I really want to say is: look at the price.. it is well worth thirty bucks if you like this special ops/FPS stuff.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad but buy Raven Sheild instead May 25, 2002
Sum of All Fears (SOAF) uses the Ghost Recon engine and was basically rushed out for the movie. The game feels rather clunky and the graphics are unimpressive. If you are a true Tom Clancy fan and want to own all of the games then the "nice price" ...
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2.0 out of 5 stars Could have been so much more February 26, 2003
The one word that probably best decribes this game, "rushed". Red strom were looking for some easy money off the back of the movie. And the game's quality is reflected in it's cheap price.
The single player missions were like a massive case of dija vous back to my Rainbow Six days, probably becuase that is all this game is. Rainbow Six with none of the expansion packs (which are dearly needed as this game took less than 7hours to clock).
Gameplay- Movement is very restricted compared to other games of similar genre. And AI isn't anything special, the guards have a tendancy to stare at walls (or where ever the last shot came from)do not patrol, or scan the room. Therefore they regularly do not notice anyone enter the room (which makes it a little bit of a duck shoot at times). However if by some miracle they are pointing in ur direction and u are spotted, they are not slow at all in putting a few rounds in you or ur team members.

Multiplayer is a joke. Not even worth mentioning.
All in all steer clear of Soaf, stick with Rainbow 6 or Ghost Recon purely becuase they have pretty much the same game play, obviously with slight variations, but have tons of expansions. For excellent multiplayer fun, try Soldier of Fortune 2(Have been playing for 6months and still not bored) Or keep an eye out for Delta Force Black Hawk Down, release date late march.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice little Sidenote...not quite the movie
This was the opportunity for a movie to make an awesome selling promotional item...the plot was there...but instead they use the back story. New Years eve and a call comes in. Read more
Published on August 5, 2003 by lionelhoss
3.0 out of 5 stars ok but not great
Most video games made from movies are knock offs. This one is better than that, but I was expecting a full blown Tom Clancy style tactical shooter a la Rainbow Six or Ghost... Read more
Published on December 12, 2002
1.0 out of 5 stars The worst computer game! How could they?
I am eagerly awaiting the PS2 version so I can see if its an easier game to play. The controls (stinks). Its very slow on my computer. The graphics look good, but not good enough. Read more
Published on August 27, 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars This is a very good game............
This is a very cool game. you'll get addicted to it for awhile then about a week later you'll play it every now and then. This game is very action packed! Read more
Published on July 16, 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than these reviews would have you believe
If you enjoy the gameplay and improved AI of Ghost Recon, but miss the CQB environments of Rogue Spear then Sum Of All Fears is the ideal game for you. Read more
Published on June 13, 2002
1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth your money
It barely follows the story line of the Sum of All Fears, same dumb format as Ghost Recon, and only 11 short, easy missions. Read more
Published on June 10, 2002 by Kyle Rugg
2.0 out of 5 stars Sum of All that is not good in gaming
My copy of S.O.A.F. arrived on Friday and I can summarize this game in one quick sentence. This is not as good as ghost recon. Read more
Published on June 1, 2002
1.0 out of 5 stars Another dud
I am sure the movie will be good as all the Clancy Movies have been, but unfortunately if the demo I have played of this game is a decently accurate sample of the game, then there... Read more
Published on June 1, 2002 by K. Stewart
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