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Submitted by BuckGB 890d ago | review

GameBanshee: Jagged Alliance: Crossfire Review

Coreplay, bitComposer, and Kalypso are back with Jagged Alliance: Crossfire, a stand-alone expansion pack for Back in Action. Crossfire adds in a new campaign, a new terrain type, new enemies, new mercenaries, and more, but it leaves the game engine intact (it includes the 1.13 patch for Back in Action, but I didn't notice any other changes), and so all of the problems with Back in Action are still in evidence, making Crossfire an iffy title as well. (Jagged Alliance: Crossfire, PC) -

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