Full Spectrum Warrior hits its target (02 Jul 2004)
The army hoped the game could help drive home the tactics that troops learn in field training.
When it was decided that there was also potential for an marketable game, the developers added storylines and characters - "stuff the army didn't care about", as Donovan puts it.
Reflecting its training origins, the comprehensive tutorial level takes a while to wade through, but once you get to grips with the controls and principles, they're very intuitive.
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