Conclusion: Had this game been tagged with the valuable Advance Wars franchise instead of the unheard of Glory Days brand, this game could have been massive. As it is, I suspect what we’ve got here is the Nintendo DS’s sleeper game of 2007.
Excerpt: If the classic Apple II game Choplifter ever hooked up with Nintendo’s Advance Wars series, their love child might look a little something like Glory Days 2. Combining a high-flying, side-scrolling shooter with real-time military strategy, Glory Days 2 puts you in the dual role of combat pilot and...
Excerpt: What was the first intuitive idea you thought of when Nintendo first announced its Dual Screen wonder, the Nintendo DS? Like many of you, I immediately imagined playing spinoffs of some of my favorite Real Time Strategy titles on a handheld and even fighting my friends using wireless internet.
Conclusion: Glory Days 2 is a relatively unknown game. I can't really say that it's a hidden gem, because I found myself getting a bit bored with it after a while. The lack of storyline to go with the gameplay didn't help very much.
Excerpt: War vets are speaking out against war games. America's Army, the game used as a recruitment tool for the US Army has been scrutinized by vets as representing war as a game, something it obviously is not.
Summary: Glory Days 2 is one of those games that you've never heard of that reaches up, grabs you, and takes hold of you for a little while. I was contacted before the game was released last week and asked to check the game out.
Conclusion: Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men delivers immersive and compelling multiplayer options where friends can compete against each other, which is a special orientation by the developer, ODenis Studio.