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Conflict: Global Storm (PS2)

by Eidos
 Ages 16 and Over
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B000AHII5M
  • Release Date: 30 Sep 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,552 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Manufacturer's Description

Tasked with locating and ultimately defeating a new force in global terrorism, is a rapid response counter-terrorist unit made up of four Gulf War veterans; Bradley, Jones, Connors and Foley. The original heroes of Conflict: Desert Storm are back, this time having undergone intense training in counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency techniques, all added to their wealth of extensive battlefield and special ops experience.

In ensuring the safety of the team Foley goes MIA and the team must enlist the help of sniper Carrie Sherman. As the missions become more deadly and the team start to uncover more of March 33's plans, its clear they face the greatest challenge of their careers to date.

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Longer, trickier, a real challenge! 27 Oct 2005
By kev
Having played every one of the Conflict games I knew that long levels were a trademark, but this latest edition certainly pushes new boundaries. The entire game took 2 of us the best part of 2 weeks to complete on multiplayer('hard' difficulty), putting in a good 1-2 hours a day. The 14 levels obviously differ in length and difficulty but most will take over an hour to complete.
Global Storm also packs other big changes and new features which combine to make it a tougher and more enjoyable challenge than its predecessors. By far the biggest change is in the quality of the enemy. These guys are a good step up from your Iraqi conscript or Vietnam teenager and make much better use of obstacles and movement to avoid your fire. They'll retreat if the odds are against them, use smoke grenades for cover and lay down cover fire while their comrades try to flank your position. To kill them also takes more accuracy and more bullets, you can shoot them in the limbs all day without success - only a clean headshot or sustained burst of fire to the upper body will do the job.
They're grenade throwing is scarily accurate and they're almost impossible to nail whilst they're moving - which seems to be constantly. There are obviously occasions when the AI doesn't work and they'll stand like statues while you engage in a firefight only yards from them but nothing's perfect I suppose.
The other big change is that manual aiming is now the only targeting option, which for me was a tricky transition from auto aim but you do get used to it after a few levels.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tougher and smarter 4 Oct 2005
This game sees the return of the familiar characters of Foley, Conners, Bradley and Jones, now part of an elite terrorist fighting team who have more character and attitude than in their previous outings.
For those who have played the earlier games in the series, you'll notice there is no auto aim, which for me was quite an adustment to make. You now find yourself relying on the rest of the team to shoot straight (unless you never used the auto aim so you'll have no problem). There is more of an emphsis on stealth, although that becomes tricky when you have no silenced weapons. The enemy is smarter and hides behind stuff instead of running out to be easily shot at. With a smarter enemy, you need to plan out your missions more and conserve your ammo.
For those who havent played the previous games, i highly recommend this one. This is one of my favourite games i have and i've only had it for a few days. Another fine addition to the series.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
By A Customer
I rented it the same day it came out, on the 30th September and had a 6 hour game fest that same day with my mate, the two player co-op mode is so great in every dimension, the graphics are superb even better than the previous conflicts, the gameplay is amazing even better than the previous conflicts, and the story line is really clever too better than the previous conflicts! In the three days i had rented it out on i only got two hours of single player as my mate just wanted to keep playing! So the obvious choice was to buy it, i haven't yet clompeted it i really i dont want to, its really doubtfull anyone can complete it in under 3 days solid play in the medium difficulty setting so its longer than the other coflicts aswell. A must but for those who have palyed the previous games and a must try for those who haven't.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Tom
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Global War is a fine example of how to simultaneously give the player a great experience in counter terrorism fun, whilst at the same time enfuriate them with rediculous AI and some very unrealistic balistics effects.
The good stuff first.
C:GW is a really cool looking game. All the elements are there. The secret Ops squad. Four individually skilled ops, each with his (or her) own skills. A format tried and tested through previous 'Conflict' games.
The feel of the game too adds to the over all experience, with moody lighting in all the right places, night and heat vision, choice weapons to arm a small country with and general crossfire and explosive mayhem.
The cut scenes are pretty good (although not the best you'll ever see) and the story line moves along at pace.
The levels are much bigger than some 3rd person shooters, with sprawling jungles, cites, caves and snow capped mountains.
The 'orders' facility has been greatly improved as well, giving the player some greater freedom to select which soldier goes where, fires when and covers who...

The bad stuff.
Guns kill people. Its a nasty fact but its true. That is, unless you are playing Global War, then a full clip of AK47 rounds emptied into an erratic enemy from 50 yards seems to irritate him rather than kill him stone dead. The same goes for most of the starting silenced weapons (excpet the pistols, they do the job). Its maddening to place your machine gunner on a balcony, undetected, just to have him ambush a squad of goons, and he just manages to take out one or two, before their weapons (which do the job in no time) tear him a new one.
Frag greanades are all but useless, the AI seems to let them know what it is before it hits the ground and the bad guys just scatter.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars psp 2 game
Aagin a very good game to play not that easy to play but all in all, good fun to play
Published 5 months ago by Mr. Robert M. Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars yippie!!
great game great story and i personally loved trying to find new ways of killing people and not dying xD
Published 6 months ago by Anthony Kelly
2.0 out of 5 stars Purchased in error
Didnt get to play as ordered in error. I have a ps3 and this was to be played on a ps2.
Published on 19 July 2012 by Review
5.0 out of 5 stars mindblowingly AWESOME !!
I have had this fantastic game since 05 , and am as blown away and constantly surprised by it now , as I was back then !! Read more
Published on 30 Jan 2012 by davidinator
2.0 out of 5 stars Me and my three useless buddies
It seems that you either love or hate the Conflict games. I don't hate them but this one could be a lot better.

As squad based shooters go it is alright. Read more
Published on 20 May 2009 by Duncan McDonald
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
Got this games as a persent and wasnt sure about it at first, started to play it and was blown away. absolutley brilliat. Read more
Published on 14 April 2008 by Ms. L. Standage
5.0 out of 5 stars conflict global storm
this game is one of the best from the catagory and is the most advanced and enjoyable of all the conflict games. Read more
Published on 5 Dec 2007 by jarib
3.0 out of 5 stars Addictive and enjoyable but some parts difficult!!
I like this game but am starting to get a bit frustrated that some parts are very near impossible!! Also annoying is that there are limited saves per level so sometimes you think... Read more
Published on 17 Feb 2007 by John
5.0 out of 5 stars no sleep
great game in the series if youve played the desert 1 & 2 youll love this beware you just have to blow 1 more thing up,kill 1 more bad guy,do 1 more level couldnt turn it off. Read more
Published on 6 Dec 2006 by N. D. Cox
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game
I've been an avid follower of the Ratchet and Clank games but after Ratchet Gladiator they seemed to run out of ideas for puzzles and just went for the shoot em up approach. Read more
Published on 16 Nov 2006 by Alan P
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