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Elite Forces: Navy SEALs – Weapons of Mass Destruction
Elite Forces: Navy SEALs – Weapons of Mass Destruction (known as Elite Forces: Navy SEALs 2 in Europe) is a 2003 first-person shooter game developed by Jarhead Games and published by ValuSoft for Microsoft Windows. It is a sequel to Elite Forces: Navy SEALs, which was released a year before this game. It was made on LithTech Talon engine.
The game takes the player back to Iraq, in search of a chemical weapons plant, then deep into North Korea, in search of their nuclear weapons plant, and finally to Pakistan to ferret out an Al Qaeda camp and chase down a top Al Qaeda leader.
Why It Sucks
Horrible teammate AI. Your teammate is so badly programmed that he will block you from entering and exiting rooms. When this happens the game is basically broken because if you kill them, you will fail the mission.
Aside from your teammate, the enemies also have terrible AI and can clip through walls.
Awful FOV that can cause headaches within minutes of playing the game.
Weapon recoil is practically nonexistent, which is unrealistic even by video game standards.
Bad graphics. Many games from late 90's looked better than this.