Commandos 3 Destination Berlin Game Review Trailer GamePlay ScreenShots

By | June 9, 2017

Commandos 3 Destination Berlin Game Review Gameplay Trailer Screenshots:

Game Review: Commandos 3 Destination Berlin RPG with elements of strategy and Action from the Spanish developer Pyro Studios and publisher Eidos Interactive.  It was published in October 2003.

Commandos 3 Destination Berlin Game Overview: 

New types of weapons that correspond to real prototypes of the Second World War heavy machine guns submachine guns mortars and artillery.
The review system allows you to rotate the camera in any direction and scale the terrain.  As a result the player can more effectively deploy members of the detachment.
Possibility to use new military equipment during the passage motorcycles jeeps trucks and tanks.
Each member in the unit has special skills physical strength agility disguise climbing through difficult obstacles and much more.
The ability to play on the network in various modes capture the flag and the usual battle.  With a large number of players you can set up commands.

Commandos 3 Destination Berlin Game Features: 

The game is a continuation of the three previous games from the Commandos series.  In it the player is to manage a team of saboteurs to go through a number of missions during the Second World War.  The game is close to the previous one – Commandos 2 Men of Courage but it has a number of significant differences.  A number of players who? Think that they did not go for the better – in particular unlike other games it is impossible to make a quick selection of weapons using the keyboard.  We touched on the changes in both the technical part and the game process.  The number of the squad has decreased – the player will be managed by the following fighters
     Green beret
     Allied soldiers
In addition there are allies acting independently.

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