Close Combat: First to Fight
|Close Combat: First to Fight|
|Publisher(s)||2K Games, Global Star, MacSoft (Mac version)|
|Platform(s)||Mac OS X, Windows, Xbox|
|Mode(s)||Single player, co-op, multiplayer|
ESRB: T (Teen)
|System requirements||1.3GHz CPU, 256MiB RAM, 32MiB VRAM, 2.8GiB HD space more...|
|Input methods||Keyboard and mouse|
Current user rating: 54/100 (5 votes)
|Reviews for PC|
Close Combat: First to Fight is a squad-based tactical shooter created by Destineer Studios for Windows, Macintosh and Xbox. It was released in April 2005. The player commands a fireteam of 3 other U.S. marines in a realistic gameplay.
 System requirements
These requirements were copied from the game readme file.
 Minimum system requirements
- Windows Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro
- Pentium III 1.3 GHz processor (or AMD Athlon equivalent)
- 256 MiB RAM
- 2.8 GB free hard drive
- CD Drive or DVD Drive
- 32 MiB video card with full T&L (Works with ATI Radeon 7500 and NVIDIA GeForce 2MX or higher. Does not work with many Intel integrated graphics.)
- 16-bit DirectX 9.0c and Windows compatible sound card
- DirectX version 9.0c or higher
- for multiplayer: broadband internet or LAN
 Recommended system requirements
- Pentium 4 2.0 GHz processor (or AMD Athlon equivalent)
- 512 MiB RAM
- 64 MiB ATI Radeon or NVIDIA GeForce card with pixel shader support
- Sound Blaster Audigy 2 sound card
In First To Fight, the player plays the role of a Marine Corps Lance Corporal with the callsign Gladiator 2. The Lebanese Prime Minister becomes ill, and must temporarily leave office to recover. Seeing a prime chance to control Lebanon, Syria and Iran begin supplying a local militant group, the Atash Movement, led by Tarik Qadan. As things escalate, Marines are inserted into Beirut for the third time.
During the gameplay, you will receive a crash-course in USMC training, by learning about MAGTF (Marine Air Ground Task Force), RFTA (Ready Team Fire Assist), and other combat tactics, such as Bounding Overwatch and takedowns.
As a Lance Corporal, you will be in charge of 3 other Marines. Their safety and well being is your primary concern. Failure to do so will result in Mission Failure (in other words, your Marines MUST NOT die). As the fighting becomes more intense, your Marines will be wounded, and will require First Aid, or a Corpsman to safely medevac them out.
Throughout gameplay, you will engage Atash radical forces, Syrian army troops, and Iranian special forces. Atash will appear disorganized and panicky. Syrian and Iranian forces will be more disciplined, but a steady aim and sharp mind will allow you and your fellow Marines to prevail.
In First to Fight, the player will carry:
- a USMC Standard Issue M16A4 Assault Rifle with an M203 grenade launcher attached under the barrel and an x4 scope
- fragmentation grenades
- smoke grenades
It is also possible to use all enemy weapons, once the enemy using them have been killed or captured.
The Assistant Gunner marines will carry M16A4 Assault Rifles (with no launchers or scopes). The Gunner will carry the M249 SAW Light Machine Gun.
|United States Marine Corps||OpFor (Atash, Syria, Iran)|
|M16A4 Assault Rifle||AK-74 Assault Rifle|
|M249 SAW Light Machine Gun||RPK Light Machine Gun|
|M40A3 Sniper Rifle (cannot use)||SVD Sniper Rifle|
|Mossberg 590 Combat Shotgun (multiplayer)||RPG-7 Rocket Launcher|
|Colt M1911 Pistol||Colt M1911 Pistol|
There are no cheat codes available for this game. However, other methods are available.
 +2 trainer by FASDOX
This trainer has 2 options:
- unlimited medpacks
- frozen ammo
Download it here: Close Combat First to Fight - plus2 trainer FASDOX.rar (more info)
 +2 trainer by SAEB
This trainer has 2 options:
- frozen health (for you and your squad)
- frozen ammo
NB: This trainer contains a bug which makes opfor vulnerable only to headshots and close explosions. Also, it won't protect you against explosions if they are close enough to kill you in one shot.
Download it here: Close Combat First to Fight - plus2 trainer SAEB.rar (more info)
 Unlocker by TNT
 Introduction cinematic
|This page is based on (or is a copy of) Wikipedia:Close Combat: First to Fight|
- ↑ http://www.destineerstudios.com/firsttofight/dl/support.html
- ↑ Gamespot for Xbox
- ↑ Gamespot for PC
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