Special Alert: Terrorists have invaded our embassy and seized an undetermined number of hostages...Lives hang in the balance as high ranking diplomats are held at gunpoint...Their safety requires immediate action... prepare to infiltrate the embassy, neutralize the terrorists, and rescue the hostages, or die trying.Read full description
Special Alert: Terrorists have invaded our embassy and seized an undetermined number of hostages...Lives hang in the balance as high ranking diplomats are held at gunpoint...Their safety requires immediate action... prepare to infiltrate the embassy, neutralize the terrorists, and rescue the hostages, or die trying.
STAGE 1 - Set up strategic positions across from the Embassy. Be prepared to dive for cover if the terrorists' spotlights turn your way.
STAGE 2 - Gain access to the Embassy. Rappel from the roof and crash through unguarded windows, keeping out of terrorist gun-sights.
STAGE 3 - Locate the hostages. Heavily armed terrorists control all three floors and must be neutralized before they can open fire.
STAGE 4 - Bring the hostages to safety. Their families - and the nation - are counting on you to succeed in this life-or-death operation.
• Control of six Assault Force team members
• Three difficulty levels, plus a training mission without hostages
• Superb graphics and sound effects
• Action, strategy, and suspense
I still can't believe this game got to Steam, when there is probably no demand for it, let alone remembering it fondly. This game had two titles - the one its listed on the store and other being Rescue: The Embassy Mission. While graphics were ok back in the day, soundtrack is meh, there are only couple of stock, repetitive tracks. The game is pretty short, but I won't go too much with that, mostly because it's old, and while back in the day not all games were RPG open-world sandbox, you can beat it in under an hour. There are 6 "missions" and all of them are the same and follow the same pattern - you go to the map screen and play mini-games, like avoiding spot-lights and sniping. When your SWAT team guys are in position, then you go for the shooter part and it's uninspired. The game switches between 1st and 3rd person perspective, but that's all of the variety there is. You don't feel the gun power and there is nothing engaging about shooting. Meh game dusted off from the shelves for quick bucks. I don't recommend it.
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