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Joint Task Force er RTS-spillet (Real-Time Strategy) der du kommanderer frontstyrkene i morgendagens største konflikter. Led 20 dramatiske oppdrag i eksplosive krigssoner, inkludert Midt-Østen, Sentral-Asia og Balkan.
Utgivelsesdato: 12. sep, 2006
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Joint Task Force er RTS-spillet (Real-Time Strategy) der du kommanderer frontstyrkene i morgendagens største konflikter. Led 20 dramatiske oppdrag i eksplosive krigssoner, inkludert Midt-Østen, Sentral-Asia og Balkan.

Opplev krigsutviklingen på nært hold mens du bruker overlegen taktikk og militær teknologi for å stå imot farlige og utradisjonelle styrker. Ingen spill har vært så karakterfaste og direkte.

Bruk prinsippet med kombinerte styrker til din fordel. Alle slagmarkenheter – inkludert infanteri, tanks, artilleri, rekognosering og helikoptre – er best når de brukes sammen. Livene til soldatene dine avhenger av din velkalkulerte strategi.

  • Detaljert historie, fem kampanjer og én veiledning
  • Manipuler mediene og befolkningen
  • Sats på heltene, og ta dem med på neste oppdrag
  • Nyhetskanal som gir bakgrunnsinformasjon og live-dekning av slaget
  • Du kan bruke satellittovervåking
  • Flere terrengtyper: Ørken, Vinterdal, Fjellparti, Jungel og Hule
  • Realistisk fysikk for enheter og bygninger
  • Dynamisk vær som påvirker spillflyten
  • Terrengobjekter som kan ødelegges
  • Flerspillermodi: Dominans, Dødskamp og Samarbeid
  • Kampanjen kan spilles i flerspillermodus
  • Flerspillermodi kan håndtere opptil åtte spillere via LAN og Internett. Med en helt ny flerspillermodus.

Systemkrav

    Minimum: Win XP / Win XP 64-biters / Windows 2000, Intel P4 2 GHz / AMD Athlon XP2000+, 512 Mb RAM, 2,5 GB ukryptert plass / 4 GB ledig plass på stasjon C: under installasjon, NVidia GeForce 4 128 MB / Ati Radeon 9500 128 MB, DirectX-kompatibelt lydkort, 10 MB for LAN / 56 K for Internett, mus og tastatur

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7 av 7 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
5.2 timer registrert
This is an enjoyable beer and pretzels tactical warfare game that has some polish to it. While some of the scenarios drag on after a bit, they are mostly fun to play and there are several ways to tackle most goals and objectives without being led by the nose through scripted events.
Publisert: 22. mai
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2 av 2 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1.1 timer registrert
I love this game. It's still kind of topical, but I don't play it for the politics. The graphics are nice, the missions are fun, and there's a lot of replayability because if something doesn't work, back up a little and try a different approach. Sometimes the AI is a bit wonky, especially when in vehicles, but overall the controls are smooth and intuitive. I like that you have to pay attention to how much money you have and that you can't rely on just endlessly churning out or requisitioining equipment, supplies, and soldiers.. It makes you play smart with what you have.
Publisert: 22. juni
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18 av 20 personer (90%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
10.3 timer registrert
Joint Task Force is a real-time strategy game from HD Publishing.

In Joint Task Force, you don't get to build a base unlike any other RTS out there, but instead you have to secure a landing zone to deploy your heavy forces. Light forces such as infantry can be deployed directly near your officers via helicopters. Vehicles will need soldiers/crews to operate, and their effectiveness will increase if the right crew mount them. Soldiers that operate a vehicles can also be killed even if their vehicles still intact, which makes capturing enemy vehicles possible. Officers can also call in an airstrike or cruise missile strike.

The graphics are great and awesome for an old game and the effects are very good. This is the first strategy game where I see ragdoll effect is featured. Unit collision is also a big matter here, as unlike most RTS game out there, vehicles and tanks almost cannot collide with one another. Even on very low graphics setting, somehow the game still looks good.

The downside of the game is, the skirmish game is somewhat boring, as the AI is quite stupid. The skirmish setting are also bugged, as there are some setting that makes you win or lose instantly when the game not even started. Multiplayer are also dead I think. I haven't been able to play multiplayer.

Joint Task Force has great potential to be a great game, overall the campaign can still give you some hours of playtime. I recommend this.

Rating 6/10
Publisert: 17. desember, 2013
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15 av 16 personer (94%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
9.6 timer registrert
For anyone who loves military RTS games I would highly recomend this game
Publisert: 18. november, 2013
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6 av 7 personer (86%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
67.4 timer registrert
I can honestly say this game is a hidden gem if your an RTS/ RTT fan.

First the bad, well some very annoying path-finding issues. The performance could be better, and there are animation glitches. (however it is more than stable, and FPS don't fluctuate that much)

Now the good, the story is rather generic, but done rather well.
The graphics are pretty good, and to this day some of the best models of the (AH-64 Apache, and AV-8b Harrier) I have seen in an RTS/RTT.

Campaign is a decent length despite having only 1 faction, there is like 21 or so missions.

The gameplay is arguably some of my favorite in a Real Time Tactical game (which this is more that, than it is an RTS, there is no base-building) The options are many and nice. Can actually do some awesome guerrilla style warfare in this game. (Also it is slower-paced)

Sound is good, Music is better than most RTS/RTT games set in this time period.

For $10, I recommend it. If it goes on sale, there is no excuse not to try it.
Publisert: 26. april, 2012
Var denne anmeldelsen til hjelp? Ja Nei