Freedom Force vs the 3rd Reich

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Freedom Force vs. the 3rd Reich
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Developer(s) Irrational Games
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
2K Games (Steam)
Distributor(s) Irrational Games
Focus Home Interactive
Engine Gamebryo
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s)
  • NA March 8, 2005
  • PAL April 15, 2005
Genre(s) Real-time tactics, tactical role-playing game
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Distribution DVD-ROM, download

Freedom Force vs. the 3rd Reich is a real-time tactical role-playing game[1][2] developed and published by Irrational Games. In this sequel to Freedom Force, the player guides a team of superheroes as they travel back in time and help overthrow Nazi Germany and its allies during World War II. It was released in early March, 2005.

Plot[edit]

Nuclear Winter steals Time Master's inert body and uses it to steal nuclear missiles from the Cuban Missile Crisis in an effort to start a nuclear war between the United States and the USSR. Freedom Force foils his plot, but on the return trip, the timeline changes and Freedom Force finds that the Axis powers achieved victory in World War II. Using the disturbance in the timeline to guide them, Mentor projects the heroes back in the timestream to battle the villainous Blitzkrieg, who created the timeline disturbance, where they meet and team up with heroes of that age. In the course of Blitzkrieg's defeat, Alchemiss gains powers from Time Master's body, frees Man-Bot from the Celestial Clock, but goes insane over the sudden expansion of her powers and becomes Entropy, who threatens time and space. Entropy is eventually defeated. Briefly asserting her original personality, Alchemiss prevents herself from ever existing so she cannot become Entropy, but suddenly finds herself face to face with a strange being... Energy X.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yam, Marcus (2003-10-17). "For Great Justice!". FiringSquad. Retrieved 2007-11-26. 
  2. ^ Adams, David (2005-02-22). "Freedom Force at Full Alert". IGN. Retrieved 2007-11-26. 

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