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Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger

Platform(s): PC, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: Southpeak
Developer: Atomic Motion
Release Date: Aug. 25, 2009

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'Raven Squad' (X360/PC) Goes Gold - Screens

by Rainier on Aug. 6, 2009 @ 10:27 a.m. PDT

Set in the near future Raven Squad is a unique blending of RTS and FPS genres, as the game puts you in control of two groups of mercenary squads who crash land behind enemy lines in the Amazonian jungles. It will require tactical planning and a liberal amount of brute force to escape to safety.
Combining two distinct genres of gameplay, Raven Squad

allows players to choose how they want to approach each mission, with the options to play through entirely in RTS, FPS or a mixture of the two modes. Using two squads of three, players will help Raven Squad work their way through the Amazonian jungles in an effort to put down a rebel group attempting to overthrow the Brazilian government. Vicious shootouts, hostage situations, peasant persecution and vehicle chases offer players a myriad of exciting interludes throughout the 12 level campaign. Oh, and did we mention it’s fully cooperative both online and local via system link? Well, it sure is hoss.

Features:

  • Set in the Amazon in the year 2011, players will experience lush jungle visuals, haunting ambient sounds, changes in the weather, and an enemy in their home element
  • Featuring the best of both worlds, Raven Squad has core FPS and RTS gameplay combined, for a new type of experience
  • A multiplayer co-operative campaign that allows players to take control of a squad and play through the entire game with a friend online
  • Multiple solutions to every conflict - every battle can play out differently and be resolved in many different ways
  • 8 characters with their own unique backgrounds, personalities, behaviors, weapons and skills
  • Players can order their squads into vehicles and take the wheel in first-person mode

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