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Release Date: Jul 22, 2008
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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
20 of 24 people (83%) found this review helpful
7.7 hrs on record
Ubersoldier II is pretty much another generic linear first person shooter. All the guns operate more or less the same. The movement is Uberclunky. There is no auto-save during each level so if you die and didn't quicksave it, you get to start all over again. The story is Ubercomical, yet almost seems Uberserious at times. The graphics and textures are Uberugly even at HD resolutions.

You get XP during levels based on kill streaks to level up your Uberness which amounts to an Uberbullet shield, more health, additional accuracy, or longer Uberness. If you score 3 headshots in succession, your next headshot will rank you an Ubersniper granting you invincibility, unlimited ammo, and Uberaccuracy for a short time. If you score 3 melee kills in a row, your next melee kill will set you in a beserker rage where you just insta kill anyone that comes in contact with your knife. The skills are actually useful since there are endless hordes of Ubernazis that continue to spawn, sometimes even behind you in that last room you just cleared.

Overall, Ubersoldier II is an Ubercheesy first person shooter that pretty much Uberstinks. I only dropped six quarters on it, but I'm still trying to convince myself that it was money well spent.
Posted: October 1
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
This game is absolutely awful. Even took me a while to understand how to aim with iron. Game just wouldn't let you shoot if you kept pressing mouse 2. You had to let go of mouse2 to be able to shoot. Then i found out that aiming with mouse2 is LESS effective than just pointing the gun at the enemy without even aiming better. Then i found out that pistol is instant headshotkill and the rifle is slow and useless.

The ingame "video" is horrible and i guess the comic style telling tries to monkey out max payne, failing in it miserably. The germans also seem to speak american instead of german. Not even an accent is there. I paid 0,99€ from this game, and i think i paid too much. Leave it to the store.
Posted: October 20
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
A pretty average fps, nothing special...
if you like fps and is on sale, try it out.
Posted: October 13
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.5 hrs on record
Possibly the most absurd cutscenes and unintentionally hilarious voiceacting ever. The gameplay is a mixed bag of filling your 'stab Nazis in the face' combo meter and savestating your way through instant death artillary barrage. Worth every headache when you get to the final boss.
Posted: October 13
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
11/10 nazi car did a backflip, would buy again...twice!
Posted: October 13
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
This game is incredible bad. Graphics, gameplay, everything is just very bad. There are so many free FPS games which are way better than this one that there is no reason to waste your time with this.
Posted: October 15
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
0.8 hrs on record
Don't do it.

Don't do it.

I know it's tempting but you're better off without it.
Posted: October 18
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3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Better than Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Posted: October 14
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Why did I buy this game? The simple answer: Inside Gaming.

It's worth $0.99, at least then you can have a laugh with yourself without wondering why you paid so much for such an unusual game. I wouldn't say it's a good game, in fact, I would say it's a pretty bad game.
Posted: October 15
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Like Skyrim With Transparent Clothing

Posted: October 16
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
This game is the Sharknado of games. You play it because it is just good stupid fun. The Notebook had a better opening car chase than this game, and the rest is just easy, silly fun. If your computer was made after 2002, you can probably play this, but watch out, changing the resolution can crash it until the computer is restarted. For a dollar, or 1.09 canadian like I bought it for (Still hate steam for the switch) the game is worth it; much more of a dollar's worth than angry birds on your phone.
Posted: October 15
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
8.9 hrs on record
This game is the rare breed of game know as "so bad its good." It's worth playing.


Functionality/Playability: 4/10 Not so near broken mess
Gameplay: 7/10 Solid,but could have been so much better
Visuals: Don't really matter so rate how YOU want
Soundtrack: 3/10 Dull and uninteresting or out of place
Fun and Enjoyment: 8/10 (Seriously! Just trust me in my review)
Overall Score: 6/10 But really worth playing

The mechanics are pretty similar to a average fps, aside from a wierd default keybinding (try binding knife to space and sprint to shift and jump to e since you will rarely use it). The skill point system works well. melee gives you more points than headshots. If done correctly, you can finish a mission with 30+ skill points (the most I've ever gotten during a mission was 34) to spend on Health, Energy, Uber Shield, Emotion Time (crying and screaming while going on your invinsible murderous rampage) and Accuracy for the next mission. Helpful tip: max out accuracy ASAP! Your accuracy at the start of the game will be atrocious! Once you've done that, you'll be getting hundreds of headshot without even trying using automatic rifles and lmgs. Afterwards, upgrade everything else to your heart's contents (you won't have to worry about stasis shield unless your trying to become MLG with dope trick shots). Especially that emotion time! The SS or whatever will cower in fear as you slaughter their comrades while in tears crying like a baby (an invincible homicidal baby). The game's AI is.. interesting. They'll try to kill you but,, (for a better explaination, check out the gameplay from Inside Gaming on Youtube parts 1-4. You can go all the way to part 8 if you just want to watch Adam suffer while Bruce and James do their thing).

The cutscenes are interesting, but are often either confusing or just flat out make no sense. They may or may not make you question your sanity. The game explains what exactly is going on; so luckily, you won't have to play whatever garbage the first Ubersoldier might have been.

Lastly, the game's bosses (*SPOILER ALERT: Their are only four and you will be glad their are only four. Six if you count the two types of minis.)

Now, about the bosses (*NOT A SPOILER: JUST A HELPFUL TIP) The strategies you need to defeat them is simple for everyone of the except for phase three of the last boss. As James from Inside Gaming explains perfectly in part 6 of their gameplay on YouTube: "You just shoot 'em." No puzzles, no QTEs, or anything; just shoot 'em 'til they die. It may seem like its not working since their's NO INDICATOR OF ACTUAL DAMAGE (blood!) As Bruce pointed out after Adam defeated the first boss; even though every enemy you've fought beforehand has bled when you filled them with bullets and shrapnel. And its actually the only thing that works. Trust me and James. Its all that works so don't bother trying anything else!

Despite the game's bad (not quite terrible) functionality, the game is fun. I'm not sure how to explain it. It's just fun! Actually it might have something to do with feeling like a god when your emotion time kicks in from being a badass and start a murderous rampage during your temporary invinsibility. As well as watching the AI struggle to figure out how to kill you without killing themselves in a hilarious fashion. Like I said from the start of my review; this game is the rare breed known simply as: "Its so bad, its good."
Posted: October 19
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
7.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 24
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
Nazi killing simulator 10/10 (Also bought because of Inside Gaming)
Posted: October 14
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4.9 hrs on record
Well this was kind a train wreck comparing to the first one. Felt like a budget version of the first one which was not a triple-A product to begin with, but still like a B-class war movie with a bit of Wolfenstein and other old school shooters.

I was kind a surprised that the sequel even exists so I picked it from the last Steam Summer Sale for a couple bucks. It was fairly priced, like straight-to-video rental sequel, which Ubersoldier II suitably is with subpar production values and thin plotline.

The first one was not anything too special but it was fun to play as Neo against Nazis by stopping bullets and sending them back. It was a nice feature to have fighting against the telekinesis super soldiers and other UberNazis. Too bad that the sequel does remind me all of that, but does it way worse than the first one.

You play as an Allied Ubersoldier named Karl from the previous game. He must destroy the rest of the SS guys who still want to produce ubersoldiers, waste the rest of the world and rule the universe. With him travels one damsel in distress which you need to escort and protect time to time. Karl makes his way around the world from Europe to Africa to Himalayas but it’s more like kill bad guys while travelling from point A to point C via point B.

Action’s pace is slow in general. Even the car turret shooting scene at the beginning is slow as post-war trial. The shooting is sluggish but easy; enemies are easy to hit to the head which will award you an uberaccurate slow motion Ubersniper-perk if you manage to kill three enemies by a headshot in certain time. It’s easier than you think. The other way to turn into a slaughter machine is to stab people to death three times in a row. By that way you get a Berserk-perk which with you can kill people with one knife hit.

During these “emotions” player is completely invulnerable so it’s easy to waste battalions of soldiers in a few seconds. There’s no really a cool down to these abilities so you need just to kill next three people you come up after the Berserk or Ubersniper ends. It’s somewhat essential that player uses the knife and get headshots because they also bring experience points.

I just spent the points to prolong the Ubersniper and Berserk perks, more health and more accuracy. Because you can find health packs almost anywhere and while in berserk you get the health back while making your knife red.

The only real challenges are offered by the stupid telekinetic super soldiers and 10 feet ubersoldiers. They both nail you to the ground with their rocket launchers or mini tornados. But if you stay well covered and sink few headshots they’re just a couple minute obstacles.

Comparing the first encounter with the telekinesis guy was way more epic in the first one, the guy just appeared at the long dark road and started to fly stuff at you and it was like in a tornado all a sudden. In the sequel the guy just walks down the stairs in bright daylight and starts to fly sand at your eyes, such a disappointment.

Overall Ubersoldier II is not very uber. I was just uberbored while playing it. Even the normal fights had more adrenaline in them than boss fights. The makers were even ripping the design of the female elite soldiers from Return the Castle Wolfenstein. Comic styled cut scenes are not well made or the 3D-cinematic ones. Dialogue is cheesy and the studio members were probably playing the roles themselves. It’s playable, easily beaten in 4-5 hours, but it’s just a below average FPS and only worth when in -75% or up sale. 4/10

I sincerely hope that Steam gets the first one to the catalogue. That was uberfun.
Posted: October 3
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0.7 hrs on record
DO NOT BUY UNLESS ITS WORTH LIKE 99 CENTS. I personally bought it when it was for that price just becous i wanted to use the steam market. Also the game is fun but not worth 10 euro.
Posted: September 27
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0.2 hrs on record
Good game, buy when on sale.
Posted: October 5
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0.9 hrs on record
Its an old school fps shooter with nazis do you need more to enjoy a war game? GFx is really good for the age of this game. I run everything maxed wich i couldnt do when it was released a couple of years ago. Gameplay is fun and you level up your character as you progress in the game. And you can use maxpayne mechanic to slow down time fun fun fun...

GFx 8-10 Must say i enjoy the gfx in this game...
SFx 7-10 Good sound is allways important and they suite this game. Music is kinda arcadish but yeah who cares...
Gameplay 7-10 The only complain is the running does not feel like running.Anything else works fine...

Multiplayer can be fun with friends that just want have som fun. Dont expect anyone playing it but just start your own server for some fragging fun with friends.

If you want a fun arcadish fps shooter in world war classic standard GET THIS!... Recommended YES!
Posted: October 14
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484 of 635 people (76%) found this review helpful
8.8 hrs on record
I bought this in the name of inside gaming
Posted: May 17
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137 of 167 people (82%) found this review helpful
8.2 hrs on record
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!
Posted: June 2
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