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    Enemy Territory Review
    Author: FeuerKuh
    Date Posted: July 13th, 2004
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: SLCentral reviewed Enemy Territory, it may be one of the best multiplayer games of all time and its free. Will you want to spend hours and hours before you have finally tried everything possible..... maybe? Read on before you try it to find out what we thought...

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    The Basics

    Enemy Territory is based in the WWII period, where the allies and axis were raging to control Europe. You will play either an allied, or an axis soldier, fighting to capture certain points, enemy items, defend bunkers, and my personal favorite, blow stuff up!

    There are six main maps to the game, plus countless custom maps running on the servers. In these maps you will wage warfare with 21 different weapons, and with five different classes (the classes are reviewed in the gameplay section).

    There are four different game modes, which is nice so if you get bored of one, you can take the challenge of the next mode.

    Campaign is anywhere from three to ten maps consecutively so you do not lose experience throughout them. The objective is to take one map from campaign, so you only get to keep experience in that map.

    Last man standing is self explanatory. The stopwatch mode is very clever, where a team is given a certain amount of time to finish an objective, when the objective is complete, the teams are swapped then the other team is given the amount of time to complete the objective. Whoever does it fastest is the winner.



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    1. Introduction
    2. The Basics
    3. Gameplay
    4. Ranks & Classes
    5. System Requirements
    6. Conclusions

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