WP: "How annoying is it to finish playing with your toys, only to find out that they've separated into inexplicable factions and declared war? It's even worse to find yourself suddenly having to choose a side and go to the front lines of battle. For some reason, the main character in Army Men: Soldiers of Misfortune, Timmy, has to deal with this exact scenario. The little boy who's suddenly caught up in this inexplicable plastic conflict seems to thrive on the wartime environment, instantly grabbing up his dart gun and shrinking down to enter guerrilla combat. Maybe I would do the same if combat were as simple, predictable and safe as it is in this title, but then again, maybe I wouldn't, if I knew how boring this game would turn out to be."