Jagged Alliance 3: Back In Action (PC) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... in the works, I was excited to say the least. The box cover-art retains that classic knowingly cheesy charm of the originals, ... more
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by - written on 14/07/12, updated on 15/07/12 (Very useful, 12 readings)
The original Jagged Alliance game came out in the mid-90s, around the same time as UFO: Enemy Unknown and its sequel XCOM- Terror From The Deep. Like them, JA was a turn-based tactical strategy game with added micromanagement elements. Instead of fighting aliens however, JA had you controlling a team of mercenaries fighting to free the people of some obscure carribbean island from the clutches of an evil dictator. The gameplay was tense, engaging and fun, and the visuals colourful, whilst the excellent range of mercenary characters complete with some great voice-acting that helped pile on the charm, all of which ensured JA2's status as a strategy game classic. Released .. Read the complete review
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