Commandos Strike Force (Eidos 2006) :: PC Zone
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Original Design: Ignacio Pérez Dolset, Jorge Rosado de Álvaro
Project Director: José Manuel García Franco
Lead Designer: Jorge Rosado de Álvaro
Game Design: Arturo Sánchez Eiras, Juan deMiguel Contreras
Level Design: Armando Sobrado Cros, Ignacio Valencia Perello, Miguel Navío Vivó, Víctor Cerezo Olmo, Norvin José Altamirano Ruiz
Production: José Miguel Oliveros Pérez, Luis Fernando Sánchez García
Collaboration: Paul Robinson
Art Direction: Francisco Javier Soler Fas, Juan Benito Garraza Zurbano
Lead Artists: Daniel Estival Hernández, Daniel Olaya Ortiz, Juan Jesús García Galocha
Artists: Pedro Solís García, Javier García-Lajara Herrero, Daniel Moreno Díaz, Omar Antonio Parada Martínez, David Velasco, José Manuel Pérez De Vries, Antonio José González Benítez, David Melchor Díaz, José Antonio Grandal Souto, José Augusto Rodríguez Sepúlveda, Ángel Gabriel Díaz Romero, Diego Gimeno Ostertag, Javier Candela García, César Martínez Álvaro, Sergio Matesanz Gutiérrez, Eduardo Oliden Hermida, José F. Bermejo Fernández Salinero, Juan Servera Safón, Jaime Otegui Malo, David Mora Chamorro, Iván De Andrés González, Enrique Orrego Franco
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Sound: Mateo Pascual, Fernando Román Martínez
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Creative Director: Ignacio Pérez Dolset
Development Director: François Coulon
Marketing Director: Iñigo Vinós
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karnevi · review computeremuzone
Commandos was launched on the market in 1998, almost instantly becoming a timeless classic worldwide. After the first installment, an extension was published ('Beyond the Call of Duty'), later appearing Commandos 2: Men of Courage (which even appeared on the consoles of the moment) and Commandos 3: Destination Berlin, that would end the trilogy.

Three years after this last installment, the game that concerns us today appeared, for computers and consoles, which represented a radical change of course with respect to what we had seen until then. It was about abandoning isometric strategy and embracing first-person shooter games, without neglecting the tactical aspect. It was a risky change (on the other hand it seemed more plausible that it would triumph in the world of XBox and Play), and it remained to know how it would be received, because the setting and even the essence were still there.

It did not reach the technical level of 'Call of Duty 2', the one that hit it at that time, and it did not have the success of its predecessors, but it is a good title that deserves a few games.

About its creators, we must say that Pyro Studios began to develop two new titles some time later, 'Cops' and 'Planet 51', without ever seeing the light. In 2012 it merged with Play Wireless, creating Pyro Mobile, which kept its doors open until 2017.

For its part, Eidos Interactive is, since 2009, Square Enix Europe.
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