Special Forces of the future. Chrome SpecForce, are an elite strike force unit of the FEC (Federal Expeditionary Corps), created with one sole purpose, to rid the planetary system of global hazards and crisis situations that endanger the Federation’s stability, or directly violate federal order.
Release Date: May 14, 2010
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Gamer’s Hell – 90% "SpecForce offers up some intense firefights, great gameplay, awesome visuals, and astonishing voice actors."

About This Game

Special Forces of the future.

Chrome SpecForce, are an elite strike force unit of the FEC (Federal Expeditionary Corps), created with one sole purpose, to rid the planetary system of global hazards and crisis situations that endanger the Federation’s stability, or directly violate federal order. This elite strike force must undertake top secret missions such as high profile target assassination, espionage, infiltration and sabotage of enemy territory. Armed with the most up to date combat equipment, the SpecForce field agents are equipped for any situation.

You are Logan, a member of the elite SpecForce military unit. Your mission - to battle terrorist factions on the desolate planet of Estrella! But things turn from bad to worse when the local conflict escalates to pan galactic proportions… and you're in the middle of it all!

Key features:
  • Use your Power Armor systems and ultramodern military equipment to maximum efficiency.
  • Take part in covert operations deep inside enemy territory.
  • Work alone or cooperate with your team members.
  • Fight against cunning AI opponents.
  • Demonstrate your tactical planning skills and quick reflexes.
  • Experience the vast landscapes of Estrella.
  • Use land and air vehicles for transportation and combat.
  • Play over the Internet and via LAN.
  • Take part in complex, fast-paced multiplayer arenas.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® XP / Vista&trade / Windows® 7
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 256MB
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible 64MB video card*
    • DirectX®: 8.1 or better
    • Hard Drive: 600MB or greater
    • Sound: DirectX compatible audio card
    • Other Requirements: Internet connection required for multiplayer mode

    • *The game does not support GeForce 4MX video cards. Please note that video cards that do not support T&L in hardware do not fully meet the games minimum spec and will therefore suffer performance issues. The game requires a video card with Pixel Shader 1.1. Some onboard graphics cards, including laptops may not have this support.
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
9.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 12
Chrome and Chrome Specforce are very generic FPS games.
The graphics are ok and the gameplay and story started quite well but I got bored midway though the 1st game and Specforce didn't bring anything new or fresh to advance either the gameplay or story.
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 4
Couldn't get into this title.
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1.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 26
This game tries desperately to make up for the previous title, 'Chrome', which had interesting ideas, but poor execution.

The god-awful combat from the first game has been fixed. Sort of. Not really. On the one hand, the enemy is no longer super accurate while your aim is all over the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ place. On the other hand, enemies are still dumb as a box of rocks.

The environments are, like the first game, big with lots of open spaces with wild animals foraging for food. It's a nice detail. It would have gone a bit better had they not simply reused so many of the assets from the first game. Add to that the blandness of some of the scenery... it's not very exciting to look at.

One of the biggest gripes I had with the first game was the designed-to-be-useless inventory. In the previous game, you couldn't carry more than two firearms. Now, you can, but it still retains the basic architecture, which is limiting. Still, it's improved.

I'm not sure why the enemies you fight have to be wearing the same sort of armor you and your team wears. It's weird.

The missions in this game seem more concise than the first game. The "tutorial" mission from the first game was unforgiving. Here they tried, at least, to introduce all the major concepts in the first "tutorial" mission, which is a cakewalk. I still find the implementation of the neural implant system to be archaic, but whatever.

It's sad to say, but the game still has a generic feel. I mentioned earlier that it recycles many of the assets from the previous game and, unfortunately, that includes the terrible facial models. Everyone you meet looks like they are missing a chromosome or two. The upside is that the voice acting is improved from the first game. The real problem is that there is no emotional investment in the game. For the sort of game it is, or tries to be, it simply lacks the characters, interaction and fascination that you find in games like Deus Ex or Halo (for examples).

If you are an avid FPS gamer, you may find something in here that you enjoy. If you're a more casual, or discriminating, FPS gamer then this probably won't do it for you.
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