Powered by today's gaming technology, Delta Force®: Xtreme™ brings the classic Delta Force game back to life to face the enemy once more. As a member of the elite Delta Force, prepare yourself to take on over 60 levels of frantic single and multiplayer FPS action, including graphically enhanced missions from the original game,...
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Positive (12 reviews) - 83% of the 12 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 16, 2005

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About This Game

Powered by today's gaming technology, Delta Force®: Xtreme™ brings the classic Delta Force game back to life to face the enemy once more. As a member of the elite Delta Force, prepare yourself to take on over 60 levels of frantic single and multiplayer FPS action, including graphically enhanced missions from the original game, new maps, improved game features, STATS and much more!

Features

  • Over 60 levels of combat to test your CQB and long range engagement skills as a Delta Force Operator.
  • As a member of the elite Delta Force re-deploy in over 20 graphically enhanced single player missions — the best of the best from the original game.
  • Additional new single player missions created especially for Delta Force®: Xtreme™ add a new challenge for hardened Delta Operators.
  • Take your friends into battle in over 20 co-operative missions.
  • Over 20 multiplayer levels include: Deathmatch, King of the Hill, Team King of the Hill, Team Deathmatch and Capture the Flag game modes.
  • STAT tracking — you can now see how good you are compared to every other Delta Force Operator out there and watch your rankings climb as your skills improve!

System Requirements

  • Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® II 1.2 GHz or better
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 820 MB
  • Video Card: DirectX 9.0 AGP with 32MB or better with HW-T&L
  • Sound Card: DirectX-compliant
  • DirectX® Version: DirectX version 9.0b or higher (included)
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Positive (12 reviews)
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CremeSavers
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 12
way better than Call of Duty
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Dukesy
( 98.3 hrs on record )
Posted: February 11
The classic FPS game that is multiplayer.

strategy is required in most Multiplayer maps. they are not simply a RNG map.
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Triarch
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: October 19, 2015
TL;DR: If you're looking for a game that's similar to the older Delta Force games, look elsewhere. This game had almost everything that made Delta Force what it was stripped out of it.

I grew up with the Delta Force games, more specifically Delta Force 2 and Delta Force: Land Warrior. I played those games very often, and I liked the semi-realistic fighting involved. You had to choose your loadout and your playstyle. Did you go with a silenced small weapon and sneak into the objective, or did you grab a sniper rifle and pick off targets before moving in? Combined with this and the fact that you only could take a few shots before you died (no checkpoints here), Delta Force was a beast of its own, and it took a completely different approach than the Quake-like FPSs so prevalent in those days. Delta Force: Xtreme, however, took this formula and turned it on its head.

Here are some of my grievances:

  • To start out with, you are limited to only choosing your primary and secondary weapons, and you have a very limited selection. Do you want to be a sniper? Here, have a selection of ONE sniper rifle. The extensive customization of your loadout is completely absent from Xtreme.

  • Drivable vehicles are in the game now, which seems like a nice idea. However, the controls are extremely floaty, making the vehicles very difficult to control.

  • The entire experience does not feel realistic at all. You can take multiple shots before dying, and you can pick up ammo packs and health in buildings. If you die, you respawn where you started with your mission progress saved, making you trek all the way back to your objective. This is especially egregious when you die and you're meant to use a vehicle to get to your objective. The game doesn't respawn a vehicle for you to drive, making you go in on foot. I wouldn't mind the respawn mechanic if it was actually complete.

  • This is a small thing, but it still irks me. In older Delta Force games, I had a habit of keeping the objectives list open, as it was small and it neatly fit into the corner. The objective list in Xtreme is needlessly gigantic, and leaving it open obstructs your vision.

  • The price for a title of this quality is extremely high. I would expect to pay a maximum of $10 for this, especially considering how old it is. It is twice that price. There are more recent, higher quality games for the same price.

To conclude, this game should only be bought if you really want to own all of the Delta Force games, and only if it is heavily discounted. Look elsewhere for your military FPS needs.
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devonkspencer55
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: January 1, 2015
not able to play my game
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^7(]^1[)^2~=>WarLord<=~
( 6.3 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: April 2, 2011
The Delta Force Series games are wonderfully done and well laid out. With each game there are a bunch of missions to complete and things to blow up. The graphics in these games are old school. The shooting in the games can get frustrating at times because you might get headshot from a AI that you can't see. Just take each level slow and steady and for the most part you can kill enemies really far away since there is no bullet drop. The missions can also get frustrating since if you fail something in the mission you might be put right back at the beginning of the level and might rage quit because it was hard to get to a certain point. Just remember quick save and save alot while playing to avoid frustration. The online portion of these games are still alive, but you might have to go looking in some of these Delta Force games. Ive really enjoyed playing these classics from beginning to end and I know you will too if you are a army buff and enjoy a good old fashion First Person Shooter.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
21 of 29 people (72%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.3 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: April 2, 2011
The Delta Force Series games are wonderfully done and well laid out. With each game there are a bunch of missions to complete and things to blow up. The graphics in these games are old school. The shooting in the games can get frustrating at times because you might get headshot from a AI that you can't see. Just take each level slow and steady and for the most part you can kill enemies really far away since there is no bullet drop. The missions can also get frustrating since if you fail something in the mission you might be put right back at the beginning of the level and might rage quit because it was hard to get to a certain point. Just remember quick save and save alot while playing to avoid frustration. The online portion of these games are still alive, but you might have to go looking in some of these Delta Force games. Ive really enjoyed playing these classics from beginning to end and I know you will too if you are a army buff and enjoy a good old fashion First Person Shooter.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 12
way better than Call of Duty
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
Recommended
98.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 11
The classic FPS game that is multiplayer.

strategy is required in most Multiplayer maps. they are not simply a RNG map.
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1 of 5 people (20%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2015
TL;DR: If you're looking for a game that's similar to the older Delta Force games, look elsewhere. This game had almost everything that made Delta Force what it was stripped out of it.

I grew up with the Delta Force games, more specifically Delta Force 2 and Delta Force: Land Warrior. I played those games very often, and I liked the semi-realistic fighting involved. You had to choose your loadout and your playstyle. Did you go with a silenced small weapon and sneak into the objective, or did you grab a sniper rifle and pick off targets before moving in? Combined with this and the fact that you only could take a few shots before you died (no checkpoints here), Delta Force was a beast of its own, and it took a completely different approach than the Quake-like FPSs so prevalent in those days. Delta Force: Xtreme, however, took this formula and turned it on its head.

Here are some of my grievances:

  • To start out with, you are limited to only choosing your primary and secondary weapons, and you have a very limited selection. Do you want to be a sniper? Here, have a selection of ONE sniper rifle. The extensive customization of your loadout is completely absent from Xtreme.

  • Drivable vehicles are in the game now, which seems like a nice idea. However, the controls are extremely floaty, making the vehicles very difficult to control.

  • The entire experience does not feel realistic at all. You can take multiple shots before dying, and you can pick up ammo packs and health in buildings. If you die, you respawn where you started with your mission progress saved, making you trek all the way back to your objective. This is especially egregious when you die and you're meant to use a vehicle to get to your objective. The game doesn't respawn a vehicle for you to drive, making you go in on foot. I wouldn't mind the respawn mechanic if it was actually complete.

  • This is a small thing, but it still irks me. In older Delta Force games, I had a habit of keeping the objectives list open, as it was small and it neatly fit into the corner. The objective list in Xtreme is needlessly gigantic, and leaving it open obstructs your vision.

  • The price for a title of this quality is extremely high. I would expect to pay a maximum of $10 for this, especially considering how old it is. It is twice that price. There are more recent, higher quality games for the same price.

To conclude, this game should only be bought if you really want to own all of the Delta Force games, and only if it is heavily discounted. Look elsewhere for your military FPS needs.
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6 of 18 people (33%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 1, 2015
not able to play my game
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