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Conflict (series)

Developers Pivotal Games
Publishers SCi
Gotham Games
Global Star Software
2K Games
Eidos Interactive
Platforms Microsoft Windows
PlayStation 2
Nintendo GameCube
PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
Cloud (OnLive)
First release

Conflict: Desert Storm
EU 20020913September 13, 2002

NA 20020930September 30, 2002
Latest release

Conflict: Denied Ops
EU 20080208February 8, 2008

NA 20080213February 13, 2008

The Conflict franchise was developed by Pivotal Games. It has sold more than 6 million units.[1] Each game in the series has received good to negative reviews. Most of the reviews were mixed or average.[2]


Conflict: Desert Storm (2002)

Conflict: Desert Storm is set during the Persian Gulf War. The player can either play as the British Armed Forces 22 SAS Regiment or the United States Army Delta Force.

Conflict: Desert Storm II (2003)

Conflict: Desert Storm II also released as Conflict: Desert Storm II Back to Baghdad is also set during the Gulf War and see the same characters returning to Baghdad.

Conflict: Vietnam (2004)

Conflict: Vietnam is set during the Vietnam War. The previous characters in the first two games are not present and new characters are introduced into the game.

Conflict: Global Terror (2005)

Conflict: Global Terror is set during modern day, the game reunites the characters from Conflict: Desert Storm and Conflict: Desert Storm II with one additional character. It is also called: Conflict: Global Storm.

Conflict: Denied Ops (2008)

Conflict: Denied Ops is also set during modern day, the game only sees the return of Paul Foley last seen in Conflict: Global Terror and new characters are introduced into the game.

Series characters

Character Video Game
Conflict: Desert Storm
Conflict: Desert Storm II
Conflict: Vietnam
Conflict: Global Terror
Conflict: Denied Ops
Paul Foley      
John Bradley        
Mick Connors        
David Jones        
Frank Wier      
Bruce Lesh      
William Shafer      
Harold Kahler      
Carrie Sherman      
Lincoln Graves    
Reggie Lang    
Dr. Alexander Pessich    


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