Ubersoldier II

A tightly knit group of SS generals and officers, involved in the most heinous
and dark deeds, is seeking a way to save the remnants of the Third Empire. They
have conspired to move the leaders of the Reich, together with precious resources
and classified equipment, to a remote hideout in the Tibetan mountains.

Features:

Full multiplayer through LAN and Internet with up to 16 players.

21 weapons, including look-alikes of “Luger Parabellum”, “Tommy Gun”, MG-42, BAR and Panzerschreck.

Dozens of types of brutal enemies, including armor valkyries and telekinetic mutants.

RPG features, including special abilities and accumulation of experience.
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows XP sp2 or Vista
Processor: Pentium IV 2,8 GHz or AMD Athlon 2800+
Memory: 1024 MB RAM
Graphics: GeForce FX 5900, Radeon 9600 or higher
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Measured against the current generation of top tier shooters, UberSoldier II feels a bit thin and predictable, but when you consider the twenty-dollar price tag, it's a lot easier to appreciate all the things that the game gets right.

  • Any FPS fan should have an easy time enjoying this game – just don’t expect spit-polished perfection.

  • World War II has been done before and done better, but it's never been done like this.

  • The game passes ... barely. I would be lying if I didn't say there was some fun hidden in it, but you really have to go in and find it, and most of the time, that's just not enough.

  • It doesn't redefine what it means to be a quality budget title, but UberSoldier 2 makes good use of its premise.

  • PC Gamer

    If the rest of this Nazi shooting galllery had as much flair as its between-level vignettes, UberSoldier II could have secured an uber-spot at the top of the bargain bin. As is, it's much closer to the bottom. [Dec 2008, p.58]

Ubersoldier II
$9.99 $2.00
Title: Ubersoldier II
Genre: Action
Released: 22 July 2008
Developer: Burut CT
Publisher: Strategy First
  • Single-player
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