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Close Combat: First To Fight

Platform(s): PC, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Take 2/Global Star
Developer: Destineer

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'Close Combat: First to Fight' - v1.02 Update Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on June 6, 2005 @ 11:44 a.m. PDT

Lead a four-man fireteam of US Marines through the perils of authentic, modern urban combat in a Middle-Eastern urban battleground. This is an action-oriented, first-person 3D shooter that is being developed under the direction of the US Marine Corps as a training simulation for use by the Marine Corps. Close Combat: First to Fight is as close as you can get on a computer or Xbox to being a Marine fireteam leader in modern urban combat!

Get the First to Fight v1.02 Patch off WP (3mb)

What Was Fixed For the Close Combat: First to Fight 1.02 Patch

1) Dedicated Server was added (view section 7 below for more information). A separate dedicated server ReadMe has also been included. This separate ReadMe contains the same information noted in section 7 below.
2) Enhanced observer mode options.
3) Fix to the Portfolio function. Portfolios now display the mission and statistics scores properly.
4) Fix to the save deletion function. Games can now be properly deleted for all operating systems from within the game.
5) Fix for AMD SSE chipsets that were having problems running Close Combat: First to Fight.
6) Fix for a rare crash caused by Windows Media Player handling file formats for in-game movies. The exe changes the movie file extensions to .wmv when they are run (once) in-game. (Users with limited accounts or custom access settings should see section 4 below detailing how to change file extensions manually).

Patch note: if the installation path for the retail version of Close Combat: First to Fight used the default path or it was user customized to a branch off of the c drive, the patch installer should be used. This also applies to Windows ME users. If the installation path for the retail version of Close Combat: First to Fight was user customized to another hard drive other than the C drive (i.e. D drive) please use the zip file. Place the contents of the zip file in the First to Fight program directory.

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