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May 13, 2011 | 1:56 PM EDT
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The follow up to last year's City Siege.

You thought it was all over and went on vacation and then this happens... Those darned baddies are back, but this time they are trying to take over the beach!

More levels, more units, more destruction!

Look out for the all new Spy, Transport 'Copter and Veteran. But what's this? The baddies now have tanks, well that's just not fair and if that wasn't enough they have their own helis and veterans too! This is gonna be a challenge!

Reviews


VladimirVectorVladimirVector

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

frustrating

It is easier to complete missions with a shitty lvl 1 soldier than my 3 star general uber rocket helicopter. It is too easy to kill civilians with any of the decent units, so why bother buying them. kinda ruined the game for me because I saved up all my money for the chopper and it sucked...



ArvinnArvinn

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Extremely frustrating

This game was very easy if you weren't playing for all of the medals. However, I stopped playing after I found myself powerless to prevent civilian deaths and essentially lose the entire level and money because of something that happened off screen.


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smokeapoundsmokeapound

Rated 3 / 5 stars

fun solid game

you should try to get this on to the PS-3 store/ Xbox store on of the most fun games on here but to easy once i got the commando it was to easy then the heli is just over kill lol



DrMDrM

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's lacking a certain something

The overall game is pretty good. I like how the characters look. I like how you refer to the bad guys as "baddies." It's childish, but in a good way. Like when you used to play with toy soldiers.
The main problem I have with it is that it's a cross between a strategy game and an action game. It has elements of strategy in that you have your team and you level it up and there are strengths/weaknesses to each unit. And there's the action where you actually control the soldiers and their actions.
The two types don't blend very well in this game. I mean it's fun and nice to play, but it lacks something for me.


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