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Combat: Task Force 121

Platform(s): PC, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Groove Games
Developer: Direct Action Games

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'Combat: Task Force 121' - v1.01 Update Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on March 22, 2005 @ 12:10 p.m. PST

In Combat: Task Force 121, gamers become part of the covert unit comprised of Navy Seals, Green Berets, Army Rangers and USMC Recon personnel tasked with thwarting a deadly group of rebels by putting a halt to their terrorist acts before U.S. interests are compromised. By working though 10 exciting single player assignments, gamers must battle their way, day and night, through a variety of environments including dense jungle, a shanty town, an oil rig, a refinery plant and an exotic island. Players can access authentic military weapons throughout the game including the M4 Assault Rifle, M203 Grenade Launcher, MK43 7.62 Machinegun and a .50 Cal Tactical Sniper Rifle.

Get the Combat: Task Force v1.01 patch off WP (2.5mb)

Patch Details

  • Fixed the issue where in-game sounds could not be heard after completing a level.

System Requirements

Minimum:

-Pentium III/1 GHz CPU
-256 MB of RAM
-800 MB Hard Disk Space
-16-bit DirectX 9 compatible sound card
-32 MB DirectX 9.0 compatible video card with multitexturing (minimum TNT2 class card)
-DirectX 9.0 or higher (included on CD)
-Keyboard
-Mouse
-56 Kbps modem or faster for Internet play

Recommended:

-Pentium III/1.2 GHz CPU
-512 MB of RAM
-800 MB Hard Disk Space
-16-bit DirectX 9 compatible sound card
-128 MB DirectX 9 compatible video card with hardware transform & lighting (Radeon 9000 / GeForce FX or higher)
-DirectX 9.0 or higher (included on CD)
-Keyboard
-Mouse
-Broadband connection for Internet play

Operating Systems:

Supported operating systems are Windows 98/ME/2000/XP.

Known Issues

  • When attempting to adjust the gamma setting on some video cards, clicking "apply" will cause the gamma to reset. If you are experiencing this issue, adjust gamma on its own and click the "back" button. The gamma setting should now be changed properly.
  • If you have a Rage 128 video card, you will only be able to play at 800x600 or lower. Also, you may notice graphical glitches throughout the game. The Rage 128 is considered a TNT1 class card, and as such is not officially supported.

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