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T.A.C. Heroes: The Big Red is an army strategy game that does well to use the Nintendo DS capabilities. The game is based on an infantry division from World War II. Gamers can select two different campaigns as well as a scenario option. The options for equipping your troops and planning your strategy can keep gamers busy for hours.

Different weapons can be used to conquer the enemies, capture prisoners and destroy enemy vehicles. The gameplay is pretty straightforward. The top DS screen is used for a map, while the bottom touch screen is used for manipulating your troops and doing battle. Basic functions for troops include attacking, throwing grenades, moving to different locations and reviewing tactics.

The graphics in T.A.C. are very basic, and lack detail. The developers could have gotten more out of the DS and would have helped the realism of the gaming experience. In the battle preparation screen where your solders are selected, you will notice they each have a face that appears to be photo-shopped into the game. The photos may be the developers, I really don’t know. But it is really distracting seeing out of place faces with weird expressions and army hats on. This really took away from the authenticity of the game for me.

T.A.C. Heroes really struggles in the sound department. The same phrases are used repetitively and the moans and groans of the people getting attacked got annoying after 5 minutes. I found myself playing Heroes with the sound turned off.

Gamers can learn strategy and parents can discuss war and fighting when playing this title with their children. The idea of the game is a solid one. And I think Storm City can build on this title and create a much better game in the future. I look forward to seeing what Storm City has to offer in future installments.
- Alan


Graphics: 64%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 68%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Storm City Games
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Mild Violence}

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