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Elite Forces: Unit 77

Elite Forces: Unit 77 (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Turn-Based Strategy
Developer: Gammick Studios


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Staff Reviews

Elite Forces: Unit 77 review

Reviewed June 03, 2009

Mike Suskie says: "Considering that the enemies pose no threat, basic ammunition is unlimited, and you virtually trip over medkits around every corner, you’d think Elite Forces is an easy game, right? But it isn’t, simply because things go wrong. Maybe Bill will die because he got caught in front of a gatling gun and the constant stream of bullets prevented him from using a medkit. Perhaps Kendra will decide on her own to move forward a couple of feet and detonate a mine that T.K. was disabling. Weird flukes in the design and AI contradict Deep Silver’s effort to keep the interface clean and intuitive, and above all else, Elite Forces strikes me as a very inconsistent game."
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