New World Order is an 'Action Realism' game not unlike Counter-Strike in game design and game-play, but the similarities end there, because NWO runs on the most "State Of the Art" engine (called DVA) that a realism fan (or any game fan for that matter) can currently lay their hands on.

Stunning per-pixel effects, soft shadows, detailed physics, and a full scale first person perspective (you can look down and see you feet) are just a few of the things you'll notice in this game that is a render masterpiece of engine features, texture and level design art, dynamic lighting effects (yes they move and you can shoot them out), and physics (watch your spent shell cases bounce and roll down hill)...

Buggy enough in its earliest iterations New World Order was very discouraging to both potential fans and reviewers that couldn't even get it running on their systems. But with the 1.42 release NWO is not only stable but runs with incredible speed for such a powerhouse and feature packed engine.

A rich armory of weapons, lush level designs, all the familiar missions and game modes running on top of an engine that's the sleeper of 2003 with nothing approaching it's render capabilities short of the promise of DooM III and DVA II which is in the making.

Shy a kit of promised mod and level design tools, NWO fans are still anxious to see what will come but aren't just sitting still and just waiting either...

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Kasplatt Nov 1 2006, 5:10pm says:

It does not look very nice...

And I read all this crap about it, so I think from these screenshots and what I've read, that this is one hell of a crappy game... But I don't really believe it can be THAT bad, because what I saw was a 2.1 rating (terrible) and a whole lot of ugly stuff about it, the graphics were UGLY and stuff that makes gameplay bad and annoying for the player..

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hoak Mar 20 2004, 8:38am says:

System specs are really very modest and are on the official site. I've even seen systems considerably under spec give very acceptable game performace and outstanding looking game aesthetics.

The Free Demo is definately worth the download! Which is an amazing offer as you can also download an additional five maps, and our groovy mod (more details on our DDM Mod Page Right HERE. Yet still another bonus is you can play the Demo on any NWO server that is serving the maps you have.


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deathmedic3rd Nov 26 2003, 10:39am says:

i've seen a video of this in action. brillient. but whats the sys spec?

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hoak Nov 13 2003, 5:00am says:

Ya can read about the new 1.42 Demo here and the Drunken Duck Mod For NWO here.

The Demo is pretty cool, lets you play on retail servers and even play freelance maps! You can also see some more up to date screen-shots here that are better then the VooDoo 3 shots ya see on this page...


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Sajt Nov 9 2003, 8:13pm says:

Never heard of this one!

Thought 1: Are those some really fine lightmaps in the first shot or what? :P
Thought 2: What's 'DVA II'?

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leilei Nov 4 2003, 9:34pm says:

is that cs_italy?

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