PS2 - SAS GIGN GSG-9 Anti-Terror Force - Mission 1: Training Grounds




Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Mar 15, 2012

WWII: Soldier may be a VERY TERRIBLE FPS game, but here's another, which the game actually originated from.

And this is SAS Anti-Terror Force (aka. GIGN or GSG-9 Anti-Terror Force in France and Germany respectively.), and this is pretty much the same thing as WWII: Soldier, but with a modern setting and with the same flaws that are found here, it has some shitty voice-acting included this time around (Even in German). Most of Atomic Planet's horrible FPS shooters were all published by Midas, but this one was published by a dutch publisher called Davilex, which also released some crappy games and then some games that are decent such as A2 Racer (known as London/M25 Racer and Autobahn Raser in the UK and Germany respectively) and their games are mostly PAL only.

The task in this level is pretty obvious: Just run through all exercises to complete it and get to the next of the 6 missions in this game! YES! Only 6! with one being a stealth mission which you will see later.

Instead of buying this game from Andrä, which I keep it for my PS1 fullset, I have downloaded an ISO to this game and burned it on a CD and played it on a modded PS2.

  • Game

    • SAS: Anti Terror Force
  • Category


When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...