WorthPlaying writes: "Teamwork is incredibly important in Frontlines: Fuel of War. Every single element of the game is absolutely mired in working with other players to succeed. Loadouts and roles may have their advantages and disadvantages, but they won't function well without a fellow ally to assist you. Someone with a rocket launcher and drones is not going to survive for long unless he receives backup from an ally who is better equipped for taking out nonvehicular threats and fast-moving enemies. Likewise, piloting a vehicle alone is simply asking for trouble. They're difficult enough to pilot when you only have to focus on driving, but trying to switch between driving and gunning while under fire from every direction is a quick way to get your character killed. Unlike many recent FPSes, no man in Frontlines: Fuel of War is an army. Joining up with a squad and balancing each other's strengths and weaknesses is absolutely crucial to victory. It's a refreshing change from titles in which "teamwork" simply means that more bullets fly toward the enemy, or occasionally driving a Warthog while your ally holds the flag. In Frontlines, if you're not a member of a team, you're fighting at a severe disadvantage."