Tactical Intervention is a multiplayer FPS developed by Minh "Gooseman" Le who earlier co-developed counter-strike. This does seem like a good way to make a comeback but Tactical Intervention suffers some major drawbacks.
The game itself seems just like a standard multiplayer FPS. You get a gun wich you then run around and shoot people in the head with and eventually get shot in the head yourself. Seems fairly simple right? But the game got these nice little small details wich varies from using a fire extinguisher to put up a smoke wall to being able to roll away from explosions and thereby prevent taking damage. This is according to myself the only positive point of the entire game.
The gameplay is also one of the worst of modern day FPS games. It's not that it's bad but it's just nothing special.
And don't get me started on the animations. Everyone looks like crabs when they walk around!
And with just around 500 ppl in game at the time this is written? The game has been out for less than a year and the community is alredy dying out.
As a F2P title the game functions as a good example of a Pay 2 Win game (P2W). This means that the people who pay for stuff in the game (be it a more powerful weapon or even dogs) can totally dominate the people who don't. So someone who is far more skilled may get totally rolled over by someone far less skilled just because the far lessed skilled guy has put more money on the table.
+ Good ideas that later FPS games may improve
+ Better than COD
+ So bad it's funny if you're in the right mood
- Laughable animations
- The community is barely alive
OVERALL SCORE 32/100