It’s not enough to just have a decent idea, like Devastation’s take on respawning. A good game needs at least some combination of competent AI, level design, atmosphere, animation, technical stability, or gameplay, all of which are conspicuously lacking here. I like first person shooters as much as the next guy, but these sorts of half-baked efforts are enough to sour anyone on the genre. Fortunately, there are competent shooters like Black Hawk Down, Raven Shield, and Unreal Tournament 2003 to be played, as well as the occasional gems like Vietcong and Battlefield 1942. Because after a game like Devastation, you'll need something to clear your first person shooter palette.
On a future devastated Earth, powerful, corrupt corporations control remaining technology and rule what's left of society. Pacification Squads, a brutal private police force, maintain order for the corporate syndicate.
The only hope for freedom is a small group of Resistance fighters made up of gang leaders, mercenaries and ex-military operatives. As the Resistance leader you must assemble your army and travel the globe, restoring peace and sanity in a very dangerous world.
Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP, Pentium® III 700 MHz processor, 256 MB RAM, 1 GB HD Space, 32MB VRAM
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