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Delta Force: Team Sabre review

A ho-hum squad shooter... end of story

For

  • Easy-to-use commands
  • Decent for what it is
  • Bargain price

Against

  • Boring art style
  • Doesn't re-invent the wheel
  • Get what you pay for

Just once we%26rsquo;d like to see a squad shooter with a bit of color. Soldiers in rainbow suspenders, terrorists sporting bright turquoise tops. It wouldn%26rsquo;t be particularly stealthy, but at least it would catch the eye. While Team Sabre suffers from the same muted palette that many other games of this type are blighted with, at least Sabre is cheap. For around 20 bucks you get a perfectly reasonable shooter, with a streamlined command system that actually works well. Although we%26rsquo;d still recommend getting a cheap copy of one of the various Conflict games instead.

Just once we%26rsquo;d like to see a squad shooter with a bit of color. Soldiers in rainbow suspenders, terrorists sporting bright turquoise tops. It wouldn%26rsquo;t be particularly stealthy, but at least it would catch the eye. While Team Sabre suffers from the same muted palette that many other games of this type are blighted with, at least Sabre is cheap. For around 20 bucks you get a perfectly reasonable shooter, with a streamlined command system that actually works well. Although we%26rsquo;d still recommend getting a cheap copy of one of the various Conflict games instead.

More Info

GenreShooter
DescriptionA decent shooter that doesn't really do anything new in the squad based shooter department.
PlatformPS2
US censor ratingTeen
UK censor rating
Release date:21 November 2006 (US), (UK)
Available platforms:PS2
Genre:Shooter
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