7.62 High Calibre is a tactical action game, sequel to Brigade E5. A professional mercenary is in pursuit of a certain Russian "businessman", who stole a large amount of money from his "colleagues". Now he is hiding in a small country of Latin America to avoid an inevitable punishment.
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Data lansării: 24 aug., 2007

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Cumpără 7,62 High Calibre + 7,62 Hard Life

Pachete care includ acest joc

Cumpără 7,62 High Calibre, 7,62 Hard Life, Brigade E5: New Jagged Union Pack

Include 2 produse: 7,62 High Calibre, Brigade E5: New Jagged Union


Ediţia Specială

In addition to the original game 7,62 High Calibre, you'll also get a huge fan made expansion 7,62 Hard Life as a separate entry in your Steam library. Detailed information is available on its separate store page.

Despre acest joc

7.62 High Calibre is a tactical action game, sequel to Brigade E5.

A professional mercenary is in pursuit of a certain Russian "businessman", who stole a large amount of money from his "colleagues". Now he is hiding in a small country of Latin America to avoid an inevitable punishment. What seemed like an easy task at first, soon turns into an intense and dangerous adventure, for there are many things that must be kept in mind - intricate political situation, confrontation between governmental military and rebels, not to mention a necessity to choose friends and foes wisely.


  • Sequel to Brigade E5: New Jagged Union, the best strategy game according to the GameLand Award 2005, "Best Computer Games", "GameLand" and "Game World Navigator" magazines
  • SPM (Smart Pause Mode) battle system combines RTS dynamics with diverse opportunities of turn-based gameplay
  • Over 150 accurately modeled firearms with optional upgrades
  • Varied ammunition as well as an extensive list of equipment
  • Non-linear storyline gives you an opportunity to make your own choices and to reach one of multiple endings
  • Over 30 mercenaries
  • Upgraded graphics engine

Cerinţe de sistem

    • SO: Windows XP / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
    • Procesor: 2GHz
    • Memorie: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafică: nVIDIA GeForce 5200 or ATI Radeon 9600
    • DirectX: Versiune 9.0c
    • Stocare: 5 GB spațiu disponibil
    • Placă audio: DirectX-compatible sound card
    • SO: Windows XP / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
    • Procesor: 2,6 GHz
    • Memorie: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafică: nVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon X800
    • DirectX: Versiune 9.0c
    • Stocare: 5 GB spațiu disponibil
    • Placă audio: DirectX-compatible sound card
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Postat: 31 martie
One of the three Apeiron games, famous with their game engine, made exactly for squad-based tactical wargames simulations. Recently it was updated with Hard Life community mod, which optimised some of game's features and edged to maximum its strong and weak sides.

In short, I can suggest and propose that game only to quite small cohort of true fans of tactical squad-based games a-la "Jagged Alliance". In fact, community-upgraded versions of 7.62 and Brigade E5, another Apeiron game, are probably the most capable successors and inheritors of Jagged Alliance good fortune (along with just a few more titles, like Silent Storm and some more).

So. You take the command over small group of mercenaries, merged into another domestic war in small 3rd-world country. You manage guns , tons of them, equip vests, scopes and other tacticool little things which make you a bit more ready-for-anything... And you constantly engaging in some fierce shootouts, where you need to use all your tactical skills and the best of luck, to stay alive for another day. Fight, collect trophies, rest, find a new quest for your squad, get to the new location, goto 10 - the golden formula from Jagged Alliance. If you're still reading, guess you already know all that drill.

Now, what's the special about Apeiron engine and game in general?
First, it is NOT turn-based, it is using smart-pause real-time pattern instead. You could have seen that in the recent "remake" Jagged Alliance: Back in Action, but trust me, it was only spoiled there. Apeiron created, up to the moment, the most complicated and advanced engine to perform a gunfight between small squads. Ballistics, lines of sights, variable reliefs and layouts, combat interferences, contusions - just name it - it is there.
Second, if we don't speak about engine, but overall game's features instead - sadly, it is weak, at best. Lame scenario, questionable and obscure quests and so on. If you're coming to the game not just for refined tactical simulation, that's not the right project. I can suggest to look for the next Apeiron game, Marauder, as there will be at least some of plot, narrative motivation and other things we're usually expecting from the complete game, as of the any piece of art.

As of conclusion, 7.62 is a niche product, connoisseurs of the tactical combats only. The gameplay is about tune your gear, shoot some folks, rince and repeat. Guns-adorers would find many satysfaction there, with all charts, graphs for hundreds of various tools of death. Normal players, who are not ready to shift all those irons hours after hours and then perform one battle, about 2-3 minutes of "clear" time, in another dozen of hours, with every second micromanagement fixes, saves and reloads... Normal players will be either bored from the first look, or drained and exhausted, when with all time needed to finish another Call-of-Duty project, they only (probably) manage to clear the first village there...

As of my mark, usually I'm not high about projects where so many gameplay parts are obviously ill-performed. But, with 7.62, with all community support... It is worth my 8/10 mark, as I'm really like squad-based tactics and guns, and this is one the best on given patterns.
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Postat: 12 decembrie, 2015
ah good old turn based rpgs
7.62 cailber is a hyper realistic solider simulator
and never has it been so satisfiying to shoot someones face
8/10 sometimes health damages are ridculous
(shot in body with a small pistol wearing armor) *passes out*
(also sometimes i just instantly die in one shot for no reason 3 damage full health)
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Postat: 27 ianuarie
SO MANY GUNS. I just can't stop playing it. If you look over the fact that it has more bugs than a tropical forest, you will find yourself loosing whole days into it, there's always that one battle or mission where you're really struggling and when you finally succeed you will fell like a boss.
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Postat: 20 noiembrie, 2015
762 High Calibre is a top-down RTS game with RPG elements. You play as a mercenary hired to find and assassinate a man hiding somewhere in the war-torn region of Algiera, where a corrupt government faces off against an equally corrupt organization of rebels. Bandits, smugglers, mercenaries, and drug cartels run amok-taking advantage of the civil war to turn a profit at the expense of innocent people. You will have to choose your battles wisely and your friends carefully.

The gameplay is good, with a focus on a large amount of weapon variation and the ability for players to choose how they want to apporach a given tactical scenario or situation. Either way, the player will almost always be vastly outnumbered by enemies, and combat is brutal (though in a good, challenging way.) and rarely felt frustrating to me personally. The player is given the option of choosing which side to support (The government or the rebels), which of course affects the story.

The game does have a number of issues-there are some translation problems here and there or stilted dialogue, and the camera is uncooperative, especially when trying to rotate when you are near the edge of a map. There are some very occasional crashes.

All of these things, however, are certainly worth dealing with, at least for me personally.

The game comes with the hard life addon, which adds a significant amount of content to the game, though personally, I would recommend the blue sun mod, which also comes standard with every purchase (and can be activated by going to your properties-->betas tab, and clicking "Community_patch_and_bsm" from the dropdown menu. It has much of the content from te hard life addon, plus much more.)

All in all, I'd say this game was an enjoyable experience for me.
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Postat: 1 decembrie, 2015
Have you ever been playing arma and say to yourself what is it was turn based. well now that dream is here in this game. I like this game alot. It has all the guns i love and they seem like there real counter parts, theres lots of different gear and vehicles as well. the missions are interesting with some very funny and dark writing, each mission you usally have to make desicions on how to do it menaing you cna just kill everyone use diplomacy or take bribes or just be a scumbag what ever floats your boat. It also comes with a community mod which add a huge amount of content as well as graphic upgrades and i can play the game on my widescreen which is nice. if you like turn based and you like mil-sims heres your game.
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