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Frontlines™: Fuel of War™ is an open-world First Person Shooter set on the frontlines of tomorrow.

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”With planes, helicopters, tanks, and the myriad of drones and devices doing battle at one time on a few of the massive landscapes the action is undeniably fun and fast paced.” - IGN


Frontlines™: Fuel of War™ is an open-world First Person Shooter set on the frontlines of tomorrow. In a world ravaged by a global energy crisis, environmental decay, and economic depression, players assume the role of an elite soldier in the Western Coalition Army on an epic crusade against the Red Star Alliance to control the last of the world's oil reserves. Frontlines: Fuel of War combines cinematic, non-linear game play with next generation firepower and a revolutionary Frontline Combat System™ to deliver the most thrilling and intense FPS to date.

Key Features:

  • Frontline Combat System - In both single player and multiplayer modes, join the forces on the frontline in focused, intense combat.

  • Open World Environment - In both single player and multiplayer modes, create your own path to victory with non-linear mission objectives and destructible environments. Chip away at the battle instead of standard die and redo system.

  • Next Generation Firepower - Over 60 next generation vehicles and weapons inspired by military designs of the near future including jets, helicopters, tanks, APCs and more.

  • Customizable Soldier System - Character customization allows you to represent your play style through character choices, weapon load out and role specialization.

  • Advanced Team Play - Supports up to 64 players on PC via LAN or Internet with shared targeting systems, squad based VOIP and more.

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Publisher:
THQ Nordic
Developer:
Kaos Studios / Digital Extremes
Genres:
Source:
THQ Nordic
Released:
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Modes:
Languages:
English, German, Italian, Spanish
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  • Supported OS: Windows XP (32/64) or Windows Vista (32/64)
  • Processor: Intel Pentium 2.8HT or AMD Athlon 2800+
  • Memory: 768MB/1GB for Vista
  • Graphics: nVidia 6800GT (SM3) or ATI X800XT (SM2) w/ Latest applicable video drivers
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0
  • Sound: AC '97 or equivalent DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • Hard Drive: 12 GB
  • Internet: Broadband connection (min upload 768K for hosting games)
  • Supported OS: Windows XP (32/64) or Windows Vista (32/64)
  • Processor: Intel Core2 E6400 (2.13GHz) or AMD X2 5000+
  • Memory: 1.5GB
  • Graphics: nVidia 8600GTX or ATI X2600 w/ Latest applicable video drivers
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0
  • Sound: Creative Labs X-Fi sound card
  • Hard Drive: 12 GB
  • Internet: Broadband connection (min upload 768K for hosting games)

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52
It could be great, but sadly is not

The game that had the potential to beat the Battlefield Series but failed utterly in its attempt and ended up being a massive dissapointment when it got first released. But it's not all bad, just not very good either.At first look it may be great: graphics are amazing for it's times, optimization is excellent, you have access to bunch of vehicles, weapons and toys to play around with! Then why many consider it as such a bad game? Because of its feeble gameplay! This game is seriously lacking in the fun factor. Every shot you make feels 'meh' , every vehicle you ride and every point you capture all feel somehow lacluster. It's like there's just no fun in doing anything in Frontlines, not because of the graphics, or the sound nor even the controls for that matter! But because of the game itself. It could be great, as it is - there's many better shooters for you to choose.

30
Bad, bad, bad FPS Game

Frontline has an interesting setting. The world is plunged into a new world war. Why? Because of the fuel. You see, there is not much petrol left so the countries are fighting each other for the control of it. It’s something that you would expect from a Tom Clancy’s book. But that’s all. It isn’t developed much during the campaign and there is no likeable character here. Even your protagonist is pretty noname. Frontline tries best to reproduce the gameplay of the Battlefield series as a single player game. So you have big maps with lots of vehicles and npc killing each other. But you also have the most forgiving respawn system ever made. As a matter of fact, you don’t need to be careful, even in the hardest setting. Because when you’re killed, you just reappear at the last checkpoint... with no progress lost. This makes the game super easy and boring because you can just run in the enemies trying to kill all of them and complete your objectives in a suicidal attack and it will eventually work. Boring.

50
Acceptable, but not very long.

I bought and played this game way back when it first came out and I really liked it. The graphics are okay, the game mechanics are neat and your AI squadmates are not complete morons. However, since the online servers have now been shut down, this is strictly a single-player experience now. Still, for 10 Euros, you get a decent amount of play for your money.

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