Jagged Alliance: Collectors Bundle

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Description

Jagged Alliance: Collectors Bundle includes:

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Desert Specialist Kit

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Jungle specialist kit

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Night specialist kit

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Point blank DLC

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Shades of Red DLC

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Urban Specialist Kit

  • Jagged Alliance - Crossfire


  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action

    A ruthless dictator has seized power on the island of Arulco. The toppled former president has asked you to hire the best mercenaries in the world and win his country back for him ... inch by inch, sector by sector...

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Desert Specialist Kit

    Let your hardened mercs become nearly invisible with the Desert Specialist Kit for Jagged Alliance: Back in Action. Your enemies will never know what hit them if you equip your team with these special items. The Desert Specialist Kit provides maximum camouflage for dangerous operations in the desert environments of Arulco.

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Jungle specialist kit

    Let your hardened mercs become nearly invisible with the Jungle Specialist Kit for Jagged Alliance: Back in Action. Your enemies will never know what hit them if you equip your team with these special items. The Jungle Specialist Kit provides maximum camouflage for dangerous operations in the green hell of Arulco.

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Night specialist kit

    Let your hardened mercs become nearly invisible with the Night Specialist Kit for Jagged Alliance: Back in Action. Your enemies will never know what hit them if you equip your team with these special items. The Night Specialist Kit provides maximum camouflage for night operations in the dangerous environments of Arulco.

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Point blank DLC

    It’s a mano-a-mano, merc vs merc in an all-out-war in this action-packed DLC for Jagged Alliance: Back in Action! A group of private mercenaries has captured American ambassador John Gaiden and it’s up to your team to rescue him. Hired by Rygor Manson, a renegade CIA agent, these deadly mercs aim to plunge the government into chaos!

  • Jagged Alliance - Back in Action: Shades of Red DLC

    t’s time to get “Back in Action” with the new Jagged Alliance “Shades of Red” add-on content! The threat of a nuclear disaster has never been greater! The nefarious terrorist Ante Silevic has captured an atomic weapon and plans to attack a meeting of the world leaders in Eastern Europe. Three hardened mercenaries are our only hope to save the world from total chaos.

  • Jagged Alliance - Crossfire

    ob well done, soldier! The island of Arulco is free; however, there are other countries under the shadow of war that are ignored by the rest of the world. Khanpaa, a peaceful and tranquil nation, is being held in the terrifying iron grip of a group of paid mercenaries… yet the United Nations looks the other way.

Customer reviews

61

Jagged Alliance: Collectors Bundle not good but not bad

nordafrost | July 8, 2013 | See all nordafrost's reviews »

The original is much better. But it makes me quite fun. It has its length but when you get used to it it's good. I do not regret the purchase and would recommend it Genere fans.

79

A Pretty Good Sequel

ravestar | June 19, 2013 | See all ravestar's reviews »

I have long been waiting for a sequel to the classic game, espcially with implementation in the three-dimensional world, the developer did a relatively good job.They found a good way to give the tactical component become a fresh experience in Jagged Alliance - Back in Action.

The new Plan & Go system, which runs in a real-time mode and can be scheduled during breaks in the action works surprisingly well. The sectors are all well designed with quite abit of variety and you are always discovering something new on each map. The game has a full 50 hours of play time. There are many quests that are all quite varied and refreshing from the usual "Bring so and so many objects of type X to Y" missions.

Granted, sometimes the AI is just too easy at lower levels. it's enough to make a noise somewhere or attack from distance, then the rest of the enemies comes running along. This makes Jagged Alliance especially easy for experienced games.

The DLCs are nice bonus to the main game, adding new missions which expand the gameplay. This is a worthy bundle to check out if you are a fan of the original.

74

Two Mediocre Games with DLC

thegaminglyfe | June 19, 2013 | See all thegaminglyfe's reviews »

Both of these games have very high expectations considering how amazing the original Jagged Alliance games were. But if you can take away those high expectations the games aren't that bad. The AI in both games are stupid and their only strategy is to charge at you forcing you to use advanced techniques to stop them. So that's kind of a good thing and bad thing. The graphics look quite nice and looks like you're in a cartoon version of the place your squad is in. The soundtrack is nice and changes depending on where you are. But the gameplay is where it lacks. The controls are very clunky at times, there is bad AI and your squad doesn't always follow expectations. As for the DLC, they're not just cosmetics. For example, the camoflauge DLC may seem like a stupid cosmetic DLC for your squad but it actually helps your characters blend into the environment making the sneaking easier. At $40 this is a very affordable pack. If you are new to the series or if you are willing to let those high expectations go, this is a very enjoyable game.