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There are violent video games and then there is Soldier of Fortune. As a sleeper hit of 2000 on PC, it helped solidify Raven Software's reputation as the manufacturer of gritty, visceral and absolutely bloodthirsty releases (as would be evident with the more recent X-Men Wolverine Origins Uncaged and Wolfenstein). And Raven Software did it thanks largely to the state-of-the-art damage system known as GHOUL. Take a great array of weapons and variety of gameplay modifiers la...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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