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Commandos Strike Force

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Publisher: Eidos
Developer: Pyro Studios

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'Commandos Strike Force' (PS2/Xbox/PC) Revealed

by Rainier on June 1, 2004 @ 9:09 a.m. PDT

Commandos Strike Force takes you right into the heart of the action from a first person perspective. Take control of the three members of the 'Strike Force' unit, each with their own play style. Switch between the Green Beret, always at the heart of the action with his expertise in combat and the use of heavy weaponry, the Sniper with his nerves of steel and expert marksmanship, and the Spy, stealthily striking at the heart of the enemy. However, it is up to you how you execute plans of attack by combining the Commandos' unique skills.

Fight in Stalingrad, Norway and France as the Green Beret, Sniper and Spy, switching between characters to adapt to all combat situations. Wage war in open, non-linear environments where you are in control and formulate and execute your own plans of attack - your actions will have reactions. Enter into battle alone, or with up to seven of your friends online.


  • Play as 3 different Commandos characters with different gameplay styles.
  • Fight in environments across three linked campaigns in Norway, Russia and France.
  • Make choices, affecting the way the gameplay evolves.
  • Open maps allowing objectives to be achieved in many different ways.
  • Use weapons tactically – timed bombs can be used for diversions, knives for silent kills and many more.
  • Use a variety of specialist equipment in your fight against the enemy.
  • Utilise Allied troops to aid you in your missions.
  • Play online against seven of your friends in a variety of Multiplayer modes.

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