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Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty Videos and Trailers - PC

Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty
Game Description:The Nazis are invading Europe, and you've got to help the Allied forces stop the terrifying bunch before it's too late. The game's original six heroes are back for more action, aided by two new characters a Yugoslav military officer and a member of the Dutch Resistance. You'll begin each game ranked as a sergeant, trying to elevate your status to that of Field Marshal by game's end. Each stunningly detailed mission can only be accomplished by using each of the eight commandos' skills properly, requiring as much patience as combat skills. Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty is essentially a mission add-on pack for Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines, adding eight more missions, some new weapons and a higher graphics resolution. This game is sold as a stand-alone product, so you won't need the original Commandos to play.
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