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SWAT 3 GotY By John "Award" Del Percio
November 7, 2001
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Developer :Sierra Studios
Publisher :Sierra
Release Date :3rd Quarter 2001
Demo Available : No
Table of Contents

· Introduction
· Closer Look
· Facts
· Final

I Didn't Say Simon Says!

Typcially the third page of our reviews is reserved for all the negative aspects of the game. In the case of SWAT3 GOTY, I really have no qualms with it. The graphics are sufficiently pleasing (it's not an over-glorified engine test like Quake3, but it works), the sound is well done, the tactics are great, and the AI is superb.

If I did have to nitpick and complain about something in the game itself, it would be the fact that the extra GOTY campaign didn't have any narrated mission briefings like the original campaign. It's always a nice tough to have that sort of stuff, though it doesn't make the missions any less fun.

In terms of the GOTY edition Advanced Tactics CD, there are pros and cons. If you're really interested in SWAT operations, or play a lot of multiplayer and would like a few helpful hints on how to win, or are just curious how the real world SWAT works, you'll likely enjoy the CD. If you're a more casual gamer, or even a hard-core gamer that insn't the worlds biggest SWAT 3 fan, you probably won't get too much out of the CD.

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