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The Most Mysterious Secret Service Agency of WWII.

This is a third-person stealth-action game describing the activities of the SMERSH, the most mysterious secret service agency of World War II.

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The Most Mysterious Secret Service Agency of WWII.

This is a third-person stealth-action game describing the activities of the SMERSH, the most mysterious secret service agency of World War II.

Moment of Truth is a sequel to the popular stealth action title Death to Spies. The game's main character is Semion Strogov, a captain in the 4th department of the Soviet counterintelligence service called SMERSH (a Russian acronym meaning "Death to Spies").

The hero possesses the skills to accomplish dangerous missions that include gathering information on the location of hostile military and civil units and assassinating enemy agents, including the Wehrmacht's high-ranking officers.

His task is to capture spies and saboteurs and gather information about their actions using unique technologies and devices. Brand new missions located in Western and Eastern Europe, USA, in the UK and the territory of the former USSR.


Key Features:

  • New vehicles and weapons
  • Enhanced animation and visuals
  • New graphic effects: new landscape texturing with higher resolution and bump mapping effects, updated rendering with HDR and dithered shadows
  • Improved interface
  • Moment of Truth contains a lot of improvements based on the game community's requests
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Publisher:
1C Company
Developer:
Haggard Games
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Source:
1C Company
Released:
Sunday, September 13, 2009
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • Operating System: Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista
  • Processor: Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon 2 - 2,4 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB
  • Video card: NVIDIA GeForce 5700/ATI Radeon 9800 with 128 MB RAM or higher
  • Sound card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • Hard disc: 3,8 GB
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Decent improvements overall

Moment of Truth is more or less just "more of the same" of what the original offered. The graphics have some nice improvements, though things do look a little...muddier. The AI feels much better as well, but some of the biggest let downs of the first game don't seem to have been addressed. Firstly, there's the poor shooting mechanics. There are new weapons, but the shooting feels exactly the same as the first game, in that it's awful for anything besides a quick pop in the head on an unsuspecting guard. Obviously a stealth game shouldn't focus too much on the shooting, but you have to admit that some of the best fun in stealth games is messing around with all the weapons you never used while you were stealthing it up. In Moment of Truth, you never really want to use guns more than you have to... Second, there's the story: it's still not especially interesting, and like the previous game, it's further hampered by the poor voice acting (which i guess is forgiveable, seeing as it's not an English game). Third, the game definitely feels shorter. Though the missions feel a lot more varied and interesting (which is a great improvement), the game itself seems to last about half as long as the original, which is a bit of a shame. Lastly, for anyone new to the Death to Spies series, this one doesn't actually feature a tutorial. The original had one, and it was quite a nicely crafted one, but this game just dumps you off into a mission instead; and since it's a bit of a complex game, this makes things pretty hard to follow for anyone who hasn't played the original. Since it's cheap, it should be a no-brainer to pick it up if you enjoyed the original. If you've never played the original, be warned at the lack of tutorial.

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