Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger Pro Reviews
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Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger Reviews5
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|Game Freaks 365||4/10||Sep 07 '09|
|GameSpot||3/10||Sep 01 '09|
|IGN PC||2/10||Sep 03 '09|
|Destructoid||---||Sep 07 '09|
|Strategy Informer||5.0/10||Sep 25 '09|
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Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger Previews
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|GameSpot||Jul 23 '08|
|Gaming Excellence||Jun 27 '09|
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"The medium of interactive entertainment is full of good ideas that, for some reason or another, never realized their full potential. Either the required budget just wasn't there, pressure from pu..."
"Raven Squad is not going to be the next blockbuster video game. While the developers were aiming for Predator meets Commando, the 1980s action vibe just gives way to uninspired gameplay and cheesy one-liners. The idea of switching between RTS and FPS is a good one. If the right developer comes along in the future, this formula could work pretty darn well – especially for consoles. Until then I would just suggest avoiding Raven Squad as this hybrid of the two is DOA."
"You could finish Raven Squad in around four hours. If you want to share the pain, you can ask a friend to join you in missions online, in which case each player controls a single squad. Cooperative play doesn't improve the action, but it all but removes the shallow RTS elements, since you only need to worry about your own squad when playing with others. Misery loves company, as they say, but it's better just to avoid misery altogether. To this end, don't bother with Raven Squad."
"The strategy game for people who don"
"I imagine that at the outset of design and production for Raven Squad, the team at Atomic Motion sat in a room brimming with excitement. This would be their hit. It would be a perfect marriage of Company of Heroes and Call of Duty -- one part real-time strategy and one part first-person shooting. By the end, that same group probably was just happy that the game they made runs without crashing. And that's about all of the good you can say about Raven Squad: It is possible to play it."