When an overthrown and believed to be dead Monarch, Enrico Chivaldori, witnesses his country enslaved under the cruel regime of his former wife; Queen Deidranna, the former ruler contacts a... See full summary »

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When an overthrown and believed to be dead Monarch, Enrico Chivaldori, witnesses his country enslaved under the cruel regime of his former wife; Queen Deidranna, the former ruler contacts a mercenary commander (the player) to team up with an existing resistance movement in an attempt to free his country. Through Mercenary agencies and guns for hire offering their services via the Internet, the player must construct, equip and manage a small guerilla squad to infiltrate and establish themselves in the third world country, and eventually liberate the impoverished people of Arulco town by town. Written by Warren Hawkes

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Fight for freedom. Kill for cash.

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When Monica "Buns" Sondergaard improves one of her skills (marksmanship, experience, leadership, etc.) she says, "Every day, in every way, I get better and better." This is actually the maxim of the "Coue Method", a method of self-healing devised by Emile Coue (1857-1926), a pharmacist and psychotherapist. Very popular in the U.S. for a time, it consisted of the patient repeating that phrase to him or herself several times a day. See more »

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[after being hit]
Bobby "Steroid" Gontarski: They hardly lay hand on me...
[cough cough]
Bobby "Steroid" Gontarski: ... Oh, tooth come out.
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Follows Jagged Alliance (1994) See more »

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After 20 years of gaming, I have finally found true love.
9 May 2000 | by (Port Orchard, WA) – See all my reviews

This is, without reservation, the finest computer game to date. Non-linear, full of personality, and ready for anything you might think of to do, Jagged Alliance 2 really satisfies the gaming hunger.

The premise of JA2 is the conquering of a small nation, sector by sector, with the intention of restoring the rightful ruler to power. The deposed ruler hires you, a mercenary, to do the job. Your mission entails recruiting additional mercs, managing resources, and interacting with multiple NPC's.

The level of detail includes over 10,000 spoken lines of dialogue, individual personalities for each merc (some get along well - some hate each other), many various items of ordinance (LAWS, grenades, rifles, SMG's, LMG's, explosives, TNT, detonators, shotguns, mortars, pistols, and most types of ammunition), and a realistic physics engine for them to play with.

I am hoping that things will get even better with the up coming JA:UB and JA3. The JA series is tried and true and each one is better than the last. Great job, Sir-tech.


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