Uprising44: The Silent Shadows

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Uprising44: The Silent Shadows combines third-person action play with real-time strategy. It is a unique combination of the two modes of play, and has an in-depth and interesting story-line which has not yet been used in WWII computer games – the greatest civilian Uprising against Nazi occupying forces – the Warsaw Uprising. It is a story of the Silent Shadows - forerunners of modern day special forces - paratroopers dropped behind enemy lines to organize resistance and use diversionary tactics in the fight against the forces of the Third Reich. An appropriate audio-visual setting combined with cover system (an excellent, proven method of game play), the story-line, and diverse settings ensure a dynamic and enjoyable game not only for players familiar with this type of theme, but also those merely wanting casual entertainment.

Action Mode

Play through an over-the-shoulder perspective gives a sense of reality to small groups of soldiers fighting in the tight confines of a city. You venture through buildings, cellars, streets, ruins and underground canals and take part in seemingly real skirmishes. You have available to use 16 types of weapons, depending on the tactics you choose. You can take cover, give orders to comrades, fight at close quarters, or at a distance - to get advantage over a superior number of the enemy.

RTS Mode

You lead groups of uprisers that take part in heavy fighting on the streets of Warsaw. You as a leader will have to think strategically and improvise in quick changing situations of battle.

Key Game Features:

  • First independent computer game that is based on the Warsaw Uprising
  • An in-depth, inspiring story-line based on the greatest civilian uprising of WW II
  • A unique combination of TPP game play and real-time strategy.
Release date
DMD Enterprise
DMD Enterprise
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista/7
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.4GHz processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics:Shader 4.0 compatible card (minimum: Nvidia GeForce 9800, AMD Radeon 4830
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: standard
  • Additional Notes: Onboard Video Card: Not Supported
  • OS: Windows Vista/7
  • Processor: Processor:Quad Core Intel or AMD processor
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics:Shader 4.0 compatible card (recommended: Nvidia GeForce 460, AMD Radeon 5870)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: standard
  • Additional Notes: Onboard Video Card: Not Supported
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Microsoft from Norsk
After trying to spend couple of hours (When the game allowed me) in the game i was really hoping this game had anything to do with the Uprising at all. But after some bugs, glitches, 1 crash, sound and music disappearing. I just could't make it to work at the max. The game itself needs more polish, testing and breaking til the max untill this game is fixed. + Info context about the weapons, decent tutorial tabs in the start of the game. - The game feels unpolished, The (RTS) strategic level are some horrible controls and the ai both allies and enemies are dumbstruck. And it just lacks detail and immersion to get you to feel the real sense of that spesific conflict. Trailer was interesting and such but if they had done most of the things that i just mention in this review. Then they could have done the game even better and maybe update graphics (if the program/company allows it) then this game could have been a nice edition to all so good edition but so far its unplayable and bearly rememberable that this game is not going to go so far. DMD Enterprise work harder, patch this game and improve and make things with more vareiety then i can say the game its worth it. But for now untill the lessons had been learn then no.... dont buy this game.
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Microsoft from Danish
Out of 10 stars, I give the game 2.5 1. Star for the idea. I think it's interesting to make a game over an intensive and very dramatic part of the 2nd. World War II instead of just seeing the war as American vs. German or Russian vs. German. 2nd star I look from a retro perspective where the game even though it is old still contains some pretty good effects, and especially the FPS and RTS elements are well thought to interconnect, it's just a shame it's not quite as well interconnected. The last half star I build on that game despite a lot of bugs are very promising, and quite clearly is promising for a lot of interesting and very rewarding action + that the game is cheap Beyond the above I can only say that you only have to buy the game if you are Approximately fanatical fan of games based on the resistor and the various resistance movements. If you are looking for hardcore and floating action games, then I would not recommend it, since the Gafikken despite the fine effects still lacks a part visually. The Game contains a lot of bugs and yes the Ai is what you can expect from a game from the second half of the ' 90s, when one's "teammates" go more in the way than they actually do any good. You are really allowed to be alone fighting against the German military forces, along with a pile of lightly armed civilians flying around like chickens without heads. You can't upgrade your allies ' weapons, which means that through large portions of the game they spin around with a Browning 1910 or is it a Nagant? The Game is also not Troop's high age in any way floating on a computer with roughly good hard and software. The chopper as into the h * * * * * *, so here there is only disappointment I would not recommend the game as a Best buy for the price, for it is far from, but it is certainly very funny if you get it in a bundle here for summer or winter sale. Don't buy It unless you're really hardcore fan. I would also recommend that you buy the Red Faction games than this.
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