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The story involves the theft of nuclear weapons, and the main enemy turns out to be an Afrikaner neo-fascist group based in Germany, led by South African exile Sergei Dekker. At the beginning of the game, terrorists steal four nuclear weapons from a storage facility in Russia, and proceed to sell them to various nations. This is a prelude to the acquisition of advanced weapons of mass destruction by this terrorist group. John Mullins, working for a U.S.-based mercenary ("soldier of fortune") organization known only as "The Shop", and his partner, Aaron "Hawk" Parsons, are assigned to prevent the nukes from falling into the wrong hands, and stop the terrorists in their plans. His missions take him to New York City, Sudan, Siberia, Tokyo, Kosovo, Iraq, Uganda and finally Germany.
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However, there is one significant difference between this game and Thief. The difference being that Soldier of Fortune cheats. How? Because whereas in Thief your foes patrolled each level freely, in Soldier of Fortune the positions of your enemies are largely scripted. So in the first subway level, when you head down the stairs, a baddy is always there, always jumping out to shoot at you. And on one of the Kosovo missions, at a certain point on the level, a pair of soldiers will always rush out towards you, guns blazing. And on another level, a tank will always roll along a bridge the moment you step onto the bridge opposite. This works fine in a shoot-em-up context, but when a stealth element is introduced, this makes things a little trickier. So rather than go the Thief route, Raven the designers of Soldier of Fortune make it so that when you make enough noise, enemies are effectively teleported into the level at some point out of your range of vision and sent over to your position. This works sometimes when you're in a fairly open area, but on other occasions it can be somewhat annoying to find that an enemy has appeared from an area that you just cleared out and that could not conceal another foe. It's a bit of a cheap compromise but you can always turn spawning off if you want to so it's not a massive loss. But for a sequel, perhaps a better system could be implemented.
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