Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers

Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers follows most of the style of the first game, continuing the blend of real-time action and team-based strategy over a series of twelve missions. But it's a bit too much like the first game, and also suffers from some bland dialogue (both in the script and its actual reading) and the occasional stuttering of AI, resulting in the death of a team member or some unfavorable battles. Multiplayer is interesting, and there are a number of missions to complete with adjustable difficulty, but it seems to cater best to its fans.

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