Summary: If the CallofDuty & BattleField series leave you hungry for something much more realistic, try ARMA. However, it does have many flaws, including an overly complex difficult interface, advanced but very inconsistent and cheating AI, and a lot of serious bugs.
Summary: The game itself is a great idea, had lots of potential, and for a simulation, pretty good. The game offers a variety of actions that make you feel like you have more control over the game. However, it is not well done.
Summary: Still no major improvements to the good old Operation Flashpoint. AI is still abysmal, graphics are not really that great. Controls and interface are not good and haven't really been improved. The singleplayer campaign is unbelievable slow and tedious.
Summary: This game is fun and all but its pretty confusing. And when I try to play a multiplayer game it just says "Bad version" and wont let me join. I'm starting to doubt if this is worth $70. And if someone knows how to solve my multyplayer problem PEASE HELP!!! Small me at ardoreo@Yahoo.com
Summary: Let's start off with controls. There is a difference between complex controls, and overly complicated and messy controls. If the controls were all organized logically, then a player's first impressions and ability to get into the game would be vastly improved.
Summary: For die-hard combat simmers, Arma II is great. It is a quantum leap over other First Person Shooters. You are not locked into a single path of triggers like Medal of Honor or Call of Duty. My only complaint is that the program crashes to the desktop a little to often for my liking.