Deal another deadly blow to fascism!
User reviews: Mostly Positive (214 reviews) - 72% of the 214 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jul 22, 2008

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"You fight a secret SS enclave in the tibetan mountains. Oh okay. Also it's actually pretty fun. Almost always on sale. Buy it for a dollar. Beat the SS."

About This Game

A tightly knit group of SS generals and officers, involved in the most heinous
and dark deeds, is seeking a way to save the remnants of the Third Empire. They
have conspired to move the leaders of the Reich, together with precious resources
and classified equipment, to a remote hideout in the Tibetan mountains.


Full multiplayer through LAN and Internet with up to 16 players.

21 weapons, including look-alikes of “Luger Parabellum”, “Tommy Gun”, MG-42, BAR and Panzerschreck.

Dozens of types of brutal enemies, including armor valkyries and telekinetic mutants.

RPG features, including special abilities and accumulation of experience.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP sp2 or Vista
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2,8 GHz or AMD Athlon 2800+
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce FX 5900, Radeon 9600 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
23 of 41 people (56%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 13
I can't recommend this game, even if I would like to. Since the day I bought it while it was on a 90% sale I tried to play through it. But I can't. 2 hours on record but I never passed the forth level.

The gameplay and controll feels from the beginn on very cheap, the soundtrack is uninteresting and after a while very annoying. The KIs are dull, don't even try to hide properly. Mostly you are able to rush them down while using your knife which makes all other weapons very useless.
The more you play the more you get the feeling that this game could be a good parody to 'Return to castle wolfenstein'.

Don't get me wrong, there are also good things in this game (yeah, you wouldn't believe that, would you?!). I really loved the drawed art-style of the cutscenes, also the voice acting is very well-made. Nevertheless, these both categories are not big enough to make the whole game enjoyable.

The lesson is clear: If you got it really cheap like me, it's okay for collecting. Otherwise go ahead and buy 'Return to castle wolfenstein'. It's a piece of gold under the WWII - Shooter genre!

Unfortunately Ubersoldier II isn't worth 9,99$.

Personal rating:

- 4.0/10.0 -
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581 of 756 people (77%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
8.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 17, 2014
I bought this in the name of inside gaming
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174 of 209 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
8.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 2, 2014
I, like many people (I assume), first heard about this game from the guys at Inside Gaming. It looked interesting, I must admit, and when the price temporarily dropped down to $1.25, I knew I had to have it in my game library.

Well, one thing I can tell you now is that it IS definitely worth a buck and a fourth. This has got to be the worst game I have ever played. To start with, for an FPS, the gunplay is surprisingly terrible. The guns have no real presence and all of the sounds for them, from firing to reloading, are laughably stock. Each gun takes what feels like a year to reload (I'm sure you can see where that would get frustrating.) The graphics are extremely dated, even for a game that came out in 2008. It is also a Russian-made game. This in itself does not make it a bad game by any means, but it does mean that it has had to be redubbed. The voice-overs in this game are just unbearably atrocious. Everybody in it sounds uninterested in the current situation and when they should be yelling, they tend to do little more than talk in a high whisper. They are so bad that they make the acting in Just Cause 2 look like GTA V. The horrible voiceovers are not helped by the translated text, which so far has not had any spelling mistakes, but it is very convoluted to the point that you may need to reread certain sentences more than once.

The AI is something to be studied and talked about for many, many years in the future. Oftentimes I have seen enemy soldiers run into walls and not turn around. If they are not running into walls, they are throwing grenades at the ceiling and blowing themselves up. If they are not trying to commit suicide, they are making a beeline for you so they can continuously wack you in the face. To make combat a little more interesting, the developers have put a few "creative" features into the game. If you are taking too many bullets from all sides, you can put up your "UberShield", which will absorb incoming rounds and deflect them back at your enemies. It also, unfortunately, does not let you shoot back at them, as it collects your rounds and fires them when the shield runs out. In addition to this, there are the "UberSniper" and "Berzerker" modes, which make you immune to damage after 3 headshots and 3 knife kills, respectively. While all of these features may sound very interesting, they are not implemented into the game very well at all, and half of the time they just feel like a retread of other features from previous first person shooters.

The last thing I am going to talk about in this short essay of a review is the cutscenes. You remember cutscenes, don't you? The kind of ones that are either pre-rendered or made with the ingame engine? Well, if you don't like either of those, don't worry, Ubersoldier II has got you covered! Introducing the new and absolutely revolutionary comic-book cutscene! Watch as only 4 or 5 pictures are played continuously over bland dialogue. This has never been done in a game before, and I am sure that it is going to catch on with the AAA developers all over the world. (In all seriousness, the 4 or 5 pictures that they use in their cutscenes look hand-drawn, which at least took somebody some effort to make. Occasionally, they are drawn quite well, but not too often.)

It may sound like I am taking the ♥♥♥♥ out of this game. It might not deserve it, but oh boy is it such an easy target. It is definitely one of the worst games I can think of that came out in the last decade, something on par with Ride to Hell: Retribution. There are a couple of major differences between these games, though. Ubersoldier II has got plenty of soul, and a hell of a lot of heart, while Ride to Hell is as cruel and heartless as the Devil himself. When I play Ubersoldier, I at least get the sense that there was a team of people actually TRYING to make a good game. You know what, I think they actually might have succeeded.

In short: Is this a fun game?

Hell yes!
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83 of 105 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 6, 2014
Old-school FPS fun pretty much sums this game up. The voice acting/dialogue is a little cringe worthy, but that kind of adds to the appeal personally. Visually it looks pretty good, even today. Is it "OHmahGAWD CRYISISIS 3 maxxed" good? No. But that doesn't matter, especially for a game that's 8 years old. Bottom line; the game's fun and it's only $10.
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301 of 456 people (66%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 18, 2014
inside gaming played it 10/10
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