Job 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. UN ambassador Behnam Atiqullah tries to help his home country, but there is not much he can do. Military intervention from a major world power seems not to be an option and Khanpaa appears all alone…
That’s where YOU come in! As the strategic genius behind your own personal Private Military Corporation, you’ve offed to help by bringing in your team of skilled mercenaries to retake the tormented nation of Khanpaa! Help the oppressed people by hiring a team of hardened guns-for-hire and prepare for battle in treacherously frozen mountain badlands. Along the way, discover why Khanpaa has been turned into a bloody battlefield and who aims to truly profit.
Jagged Alliance: Crossfire is a stand-alone expansion to the hit tactical RPG – Jagged Alliance: Back in Action. Crossfire adds new mercenaries, new environments and new weapons to challenge the player’s battlefield planning skills, while offering the combination of humorous dialog and realistic combat fans have come to expect from the series’ decade-long history.
Crossfire is a standalone expansion to Jagged Alliance: Back in Action, but this game takes place after Jagged Alliance 2. While the graphics and sound are passable, what is inexcusable is the gameplay. Instead of being turn-based, it is real time sim/strategy game. It is bad and fails on many fields, mostly because it is incredibly hard to get the money and the game is insanely buggy - it crashes, freezes, can even hang up on turn. Is also just as unfair as Xcom: Enemy Unknown (remake from 2012) with reinforcements coming out from the blue. There is no hope for the bugfixes, since the developer went out of business. Also, it is half the size of Back in Action, which wasn't even that big to begin with, because it was cut-down version of the map of Jagged Alliance 2. Overall, this game is soulcrushingly disappointing like Back in Action was, mostly because the gameplay doesn't work, feels wrong and turn-based game turned into real time doesn't feel right. I don't recommend it, not only as a fan of the original games, but as a gamer, because this game has nothing good or new to offer. You're better off getting excellent Xcom: Enemy Unknown instead.
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