Jagged Alliance: Crossfire Crack/Patch

Jagged Alliance: Crossfire Jagged Alliance: Crossfire is a stand-alone expansion to the hit tactical RPG Jagged Alliance: Back in Action that adds new mercenaries, new environments, and new weapons.

Download Jagged Alliance: Crossfire Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 65 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1189
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, General, Modern
Company / Developer
Kalypso / Kalypso

Jagged Alliance: Crossfire reviews ( 7 )

SealAlexhey, Jan 20, 2013

Как говориться "на безрыбье и рак рыба". Вполне интересный и играбельный проект. Тактические игры не популярны, и это игры является одной из зацепок в современной игровой индустрии.

GERULA666, Oct 12, 2016

One of the best 5 games I ever played in my entire life Ignore the others negative reviews of xcom fanboyz , they like something from this game but yet they give a 0 score in their reviews, that say everything about their "fair" judgment

egaskrad, Oct 14, 2012

Well, some users don't like it after comparing to JABIA. I can understand that since DLC only cost 5 dollars and this "standalone expansion" cost 30 bucks. Now if you put that aside, the combat of JAC is net. Most bugs in JABIA is fixed. The gaming experience is nice, especially when the enemies walked right into your carefully planned traps surrounded by landmines and be picked out without giving you a scratch, or when your men throw a grenade or two into a room packed with enemies. Never directly confront the enemies. Never expecting to finished a map in one go. They are armies and your are only mercenaries after all. Playing on hard with LOS.

bm2envy, Aug 25, 2012

This game is the supposed expansion of BiA, basically its just new maps and a few new mercs, the playstyle is exactly like BiS 1.13, the sector loot is a +, doorway gunfights are no longer bugged, you can arm your mercs with the sector loadout inventory, which is really sweet, and you can train mercs now.. Now the cons, there are too many upper levels, lower levels, for the "no rooftop" camera to deal with, and if your merc is on top of a roof, good luck moving the rest of your squad to where you want them to be, starting off, unless you have ALOT of money dont expect to advance too far, you will be out gunned by the time you reach the 3rd sector, short of having a tank..dont even bother, also your weapon degradation goes so fast, that its hard to be in a gunfight and not have your weapon jam every 2nd shot, you will not have the mechanical skills to repair your weapons, let alone enough money to buy a toolkit, for me, this is going on the shelf till a trainer comes out. FYI playing this on hard, and no LoS. Good luck all!

Representer, Nov 21, 2013

Back in Action and Crossfire are two typical examples of 3D graphics done wrong. Don't get me wrong, the graphics themselves are okay, but it is the camera that annoys me. You are practically forced to always adjust the camera which is a NO GO in a modern Iso-3D-Game. The game itself is okay-ish, but it definitely lacks the atmosphere of the original JA games.

STVDW, Sep 2, 2012

It's a grave of JA series ( Complitly no tactic and horrible micromanagement. Stupid system of damage armor, and stupid LVL cap. Stupid camera and stupid hit system.

Edgars, Apr 20, 2013

Horrible, no tactics, no physics, AI movements like from games at 2000. Total disappointment, but a big step forward for developer (only) making it 3D Sorry