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7.62 High Calibre

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7.62 High Calibre

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A professional mercenary seeks for a Russian “businessman”, who stole a lot of money from his “colleagues”, then hid in a small country of Latin America to avoid inevitable punishment there. Soon the assignment turns into an intense and dangerous adventure, for there are many things that must be kept in mind – intricate political situation, confrontation between governmental military and rebels, not to mention a necessity to choose friends and foes wisely.

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"7.62" – is a tactical action game, sequel to Brigade E5, similar to such classic titles as Jagged Alliance™, X-Com™, and Silent Storm™.

A professional mercenary seeks for a Russian “businessman”, who stole a lot of money from his “colleagues”, then hid in a small country of Latin America to avoid inevitable punishment there. Soon the assignment turns into an intense and dangerous adventure, for there are many things that must be kept in mind – intricate political situation, confrontation between governmental military and rebels, not to mention a necessity to choose friends and foes wisely.


Key Features:

  • Sequel to Brigade E5: New Jagged Union, the best strategy game according to the GameLand Award 2005, “Best Computer Games”, “GameLand” and “Game World Navigator” magazines.

  • SPM (Smart Pause Mode) battle system combines RTS dynamics with diverse opportunities of turn-based gameplay.

  • Over 150 accurately modeled firearms with possibility for upgrade.

  • Varied ammunition as well as the extensive list of equipment.

  • Non-linear storyline gives you an opportunity to make you own choice – to reach one of multiple endings

  • Over 30 mercenaries.

  • Upgraded graphics engine

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Publisher:
1C Company
Developer:
Apeiron
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Source:
1C Company
Released:
Friday, August 24, 2007
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • Operating System: Windows XP, DirectX 9.0c
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Video card: nVIDIA GeForce 5200 or ATI Radeon 9600
  • Sound card: DirectX-compatible sound card
  • Hard disc: 4.5 GB available in the hard drive
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Reviews for 7.62 High Calibre

70
Much better than new JA games.

When you start to play 7.62 High Calibre you think about other, pretty popular games - Jagged Alliance. It's not as fun as old JA games but it's much better than new ones. While I absolutely love tactics games like this one, there are just way too many bugs to have fun with vanilla version of 7.62 High Calibre. It's not a short game, I have spend around 20 hours in it and I still haven't completed it. People who enjoyed JA games, or X-COM/UFO or other tactical games, must at least try it. It can be a little hard at beggining but there is amazing guide on Steam. Also, be sure to install The Blue Sun Mod - it will fix many of 7,62 High Calibre bugs.

60
Jagged Alliance: Hardcore

This game could be exactly what you're looking for, if what you're looking for is a highly detailed and highly realistic spiritual successor to the Jagged Alliance series -- for a lot of us, though, the game can be quite off-putting. Firstly, the game's by a Russian developer, and like all lower-budget kind of games, the translation to English isn't especially great. It's not a huge problem, though. Secondly, the game is quite glitchy. In fact, the devs actually recommend all players download a community made game patch, but of course, that doesn't fix everything. Lastly, the documentation is incredibly long. This can be a major turn-off. In a game which aims to be incredibly realistic, that means dealing with the convoluted and slightly counter-intuitive, which makes reading the entire manual essentially a requirement. There are a lot of mods floating around for the game, and as mentioned, the devs actually recommend one of them if you check the Steam forums. Though the game is glitchy, it's by no means as bad as JA: Back in Action. The modding community is kind of active too, which is amazing for a lower-budget overseas title from 8 years ago. So what are the main features? Well, like mentioned, the game's incredibly realistic. Reloading involves taking out the clip, dragging ammo into it, then replacing it. In battle, this obviously isn't an option, so you have to rely on looting clips from enemies, reloading them, and storing them in pockets -- and of course, those clips have to match the gun you've got. The customisation is pretty in-depth as well. You can tape magazines together for speedy reloading. Oh, and there's vehicles as well. So in short, this is a highly realistic interpretation of the JA series, but with its own list of issues. If you're after something more "hardcore", this is it. Plus it's pretty cheap.

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