Soldier Of Fortune is pretty much a standard FPS game. It has a fairly linear story with several predictable characters. The player assumes the role of John Mullins, a mercenary who is hired to track down several stolen nuclear warheads from various locations around the planet. However, SOF's claim to fame is its high level of violence. While FPS games are known for being violent, this game takes it to an even bloodier level. The player can blow away or chop off different parts of an enemies body. Basically, keep this game away from the kids.
Although SOF uses the Quake 2 engine, you wouldn't know it by just playing the game. The graphics have been heavily modified with higher resolution textures and extra special effects. The player movement also seems a little bit different. As for the weapons, they are fairly realistic and look good. There are plenty of enemies to kill and the AI is reasonable.
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