FPS

First person shooter

Submitted by vekio on 14 July, 2018 - 14:31

World War II Combat: Road to Berlin

World War II Combat: Road to Berlin, also known as Battlestrike: Secret Weapons, is a budget-priced first-person shooter, developed by Direct Action Games and published by Groove Games. Despite its low-budget price, it was panned by users and reviewers as having shoddy control, and a rushed, unfinished feel. The game was followed by World War II Combat: Iwo Jima.

Submitted by vekio on 14 July, 2018 - 13:11

Conspiracy Weapons of Mass Destruction

Conspiracy: Weapons of Mass Destruction. It was developed by Kuju Entertainment for PS2, Xbox, and PC.
Conspiracy: Weapons of Mass Destruction is propelled by the powerful FireWarrior engine as, in first-person shooter action across five sprawling levels, gameplay spans from secret bases in Aztec ruins to military training camps in the Arctic Circle. Players

Submitted by vekio on 10 June, 2018 - 12:35

Elite Forces: WWII Iwo Jima

Elite Forces: WWII Iwo Jima is a 2001 low-budget tactical first-person shooter by 3LV Games and ValuSoft. It was made on Monolith's Lithtech Talon engine, which was also used for The Operative: No One Lives Forever and Aliens vs. Predator 2.

Submitted by vekio on 10 June, 2018 - 12:13

Elite Forces: WWII Normandy

Elite Forces: WWII Normandy is a 2001 low-budget first-person shooter by 3LV Games and ValuSoft. It was made on Monolith's Lithtech Talon engine, which was also used for The Operative: No One Lives Forever and Aliens vs. Predator 2.

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