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The Delta Force series of military shooters gets a bit of a reboot with this instalment but unfortunately, like most of its predecessors, this is a pretty rough slice of action that is best avoided. In theory it sounded good, offering open-ended, large maps to explore while taking out the bad guys but it's all handled rather poorly and proves to be an almost complete dud. There are two campaigns to play through here, each with a massive five missions, and which will see you jumping into the combat boots of Delta Force as they track down a drug lord known as the Desert Rat. What follows is a standard shooter-style experience where you'll need to deal with the bad guys on each mission by shooting them with fairly accurate renditions of modern weaponry. You get to choose your loadout before each mission, while you also have access to vehicles which could have been a nice addition to the gameplay but which instead doesn't really add much. There's also multiplayer, although you'll probably have a hard time finding anyone to play with now, with the usual array of modes, while perhaps the most interesting aspect is the co-op option for single player. Xtreme 2 really isn't worth bothering with unless you've absolutely played every other FPS in existence and are in desperate need for another one. The graphics are pretty low rent, betraying the game's budget origins, while the gameplay is a tired old mix of established shooter conventions which offers little in the way of thrills. Another one best avoided.