Freedom Fighters (2003)

Video Game  -  Action  -  1 October 2003 (USA)
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In an alternate present, a vigilante named Chris Stone works to return New York City to its people as the Soviet Union continue their conquest for global rule.

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During the end of World War 2, the soviets dropped an atomic bomb on Berlin. Strengthening the forming iron curtain that soon encompasses the world. Starting small, the Soviets send military advisor's to Europe and many third world nations. Soon invading South America. Throughout the 60 years following the end of the second world war, the soviets grew stronger as the US sat and watched at its allies and neighbors are slowly taken. Next on their agenda, America, home of the brave and free. A place they thought could be taken easy. You are Christoper Stone, an average American that happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Its up to you and your rag tag group of resistance fighters to defend and take back the city of New York. Are you up for the challenge of defending freedom? Written by FreedomPhantom

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Red Dawn: the Game
26 August 2007 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I was actually recommended this game by an actor "co-starring" in a movie with me while I was in Las Vegas. I told him I thought Red Alert 2 (which he was in) was one of my favorite recent RTS games and it had much better cut-scene acting than usual. He then went and said he was a lot more proud of this game, which I had never heard of before. Well, being a "Red Dawn" fan and upon hearing this game had essentially the same plot (except with adults this time) I think I went out and grabbed it in about the same length of time as it takes to say "Freedom Fighters".

This game is awesome - you get to lead a small group of insurgents battling against the commie takeover of America in New York. You get to fight your way through sewers, war torn streets, oil refineries, headquarters, military bases, etc. Nothing is much more fun than ordering squads of guys to take out targets while you sit back and chill with a sniper rifle and take out baddies at leisure with minimal risk. The engine is really smooth and fairly free of bugs, and the voice acting / plot is even pretty well-done as well.

However, there are a lot of things that fell short with this title. The first is that you're awfully limited in your ability to misbehave or do anything outside the linear time line of events. You can't kill friendlies who are essential to the plot or fully explore areas. There's a few instances where you get to fight tanks and helicopters but there's never the option to hop inside a T-72 and take it for a joyride in Greenwich Village. Also, there's no blood or gore which makes the combat awfully cartoonish... and a few levels are needlessly, frustratingly hard due to enemy helicopters with insanely good accuracy.

I'd still like to see a sequel, hopefully one that goes the distance and gets an "M" rating.


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