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What a pity. I played all the XCOM, fallout, jagged alliance etc games, and I must say I really enjoyed them. Especially the xcom series, with that mix of tactics and strategy, economic management and R&D, so freaking awesome. And JA2, I discovered this game quite 'late', and wow what a gem! Fun, difficult, nice humor, very immersive. Jagged Alliance Back in Action has some very seriousWhat a pity. I played all the XCOM, fallout, jagged alliance etc games, and I must say I really enjoyed them. Especially the xcom series, with that mix of tactics and strategy, economic management and R&D, so freaking awesome. And JA2, I discovered this game quite 'late', and wow what a gem! Fun, difficult, nice humor, very immersive. Jagged Alliance Back in Action has some very serious flaws, for a tactical squad level game. 1. No fog of war. Are you kidding? no, really. No fog of war. Try to understand the deep meaning of this statement. Try thinking xcom without fow. Try to imagine a tactical engagement where you are aware of EVERY single enemy position right from the start. Magic! Telepathy! Just..why? 2. Inventory management. What inventory management? to sell items, you have to select every single merc and talk individually with the merchant. If I want to SWAP items between my mercs, I can't do it from the strategic map. You must load a tactical map and do it from there in real time. Try thinking when you have I dunno, 8 mercs, ten maps full of items, and you have to manage this mess. Of course, no sector inventory, so you have to load maps and run around fetching stuff left over from that time when you were too loaded to carry other suff away. For the first time in my life, I disregarded drops from enemies in pure frustration, since if you don't pick up something as soon as you kill an enemy, well good luck running around the whole map. Not fun.
3. Militia: now this is really ridiculous. Apply all that was said for inventory management, and now imagine that you must equip EVERY SINGLE militia (auto generated guys that fight to defend your territories when you are not there) manually, by giving them weapons and armor. Tedious is an euphemism. It literally takes hours. But don't worry, militia is useless in any case, you're much better off just selling your stuff to equip your mercs.

Developer: Coreplay GmbH, Bigmoon Studios

Publisher: THQ Nordic

Release Date: 8 Feb, 2012

Genre: Strategy, RPG, Simulation, Action, Turn-Based

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP (SP2), Vista or Windows 7
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo Processor (1,8 GHz or better) or similar AMD
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 3GB HDD Space
  • Video Card: Shader 3.0 compatible graphics card (Ati 2600, Geforce 8800 or similar) with 512 MB RAM
  • Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • Known issues: Visual artifacts could be displayed when using the following visual cards: AMD Radeon HD 6000 or GeForce 8800 GT.

Recommended:

  • Processor: i5 Processor (2,4 GHz or better) or similar AMD
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM or more
  • Video Card: Shader 3.0 compatible graphics card (Ati 5850 and Geforce 460 or better) with 768 MB RAM
  • Known issues: Visual artifacts could be displayed when using the following visual cards: AMD Radeon HD 6000 or GeForce 8800 GT.