Team Factor - PC

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Team Factor (PC)
Viewed: 3D First-person, Gun game Genre:
Strategy: God game
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: 7FX Soft. Co.: 7FX
Publishers: Singularity (GB)
Released: 14 Jun 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 15+
Accessories: Mouse, Control Pad, Keyboard


There’s an abundance of games at the moment claiming to be ultimate combat simulator, and while some of these FPS-based games do have a legitimate right of way to video game stardom, others simply do not. Team Factor as been a long time in the making, but ironically, the delays and setbacks brought to the game over the past couple of years have been invaluable to creating the finished masterpiece.

Team Factor is a cracking first-person strategy game in which the players undergo a series of single and multi-player missions. Heavily armed and with a team of soldiers, you must analyse your situation at the starts of the level, and act accordingly. You will be given a mission brief; it’s up to you to follow it by the book.

By the way, shooting your allies in the foot for fun isn’t a good idea, you’ll soon find yourself dead on the floor.

Using a series of mouse and keyboard controls, you can select weapons, change perspective and command your troops how you see fit. The controls are among the most intuitive seen in this type of game, and give the player complete command over situation. You will be held responsible for any mistakes, but conversely, the glory of a successful mission is yours for the taking.

Team Factor supports as many as thirty human players or BOTS through a networked multi-player mode. Here, players can forget about 10-hour long campaigns and become involved with a little hardcore shoot-em-up fun. The AI of the BOTS is challenging, but the human players are far most interesting. There’s something so satisfying about fragging a computer representation of your best friend or boss.

So there’s dozens of massive levels, over 40 weapons, a comprehensive multi-player option and some smart Halo-like AI. Is that enough for you? It should be.

News & Editorial

Singularity to Debut at ECTS Press Release

28 Aug 2001


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