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Beyond Normandy: Assignment Berlin

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Beyond Normandy: Assignment Berlin
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Genre(s): First-person shooter
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows
Release: NA: October 14, 2003
EU: February 15, 2004
Engine: RenderWare
Havok (physics)
Developer(s): Sproing Interactive
Publisher(s): ValuSoft
Country: Austria
Series: Elite Forces
Predecessor: Elite Forces: Navy SEALs - Weapons of Mass Destruction

Beyond Normandy: Assignment Berlin is a 2003 first-person shooter game developed by Sproing Interactive and published by ValuSoft for Microsoft Windows. It is the final entry in the Elite Forces series of budget games.


You play as an Allied spy tasked with assassinating a high-ranking SS officer during the Battle of Berlin, assisting American and Soviet troops along the way.

Why It Sucks

  1. Terrible enemy AI that is both deaf and dumb at the same time.
  2. Useless allied AI; all they do is stand around doing nothing.
  3. Awkward animations.
  4. Terrible graphics.
  5. Abysmal weapon models.
  6. Many of the weapons are clones of each other.
  7. The second level (called mission 3 ingame) suffers from sequence breaking if the player loads a save in the same level.
  8. When the player dies the game just says "Mission Failed" and the player can still move and attack before the game returns to the title screen.
  9. There are no autosaves, meaning the game just boots the player back to the main menu.
  10. Boring turret sections.
  11. Several typos.
  12. Paper-thin storyline.
  13. Poor sound design.
  14. Awful voice acting.
  15. Repetitive and formulaic soundtrack.
  16. In ValuSoft fashion, the game is extremely short and seems repetitive for every mission.


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