Summary: Great game with lots of bells and whistles. There is a substantial learning curve involved but, most mature gamers will have no problem functioning in game due to the hints menu available throughout missions. Pros: Open sand box world: The two main theaters are massive and sprawling with lots of little ambient additions that make the experience truly immerssive. Graphics: The graphics in this game are well polished as well as the character animations.
Summary: like ARMA II, the ARMA III has all the bells and whistles you need for editing or creating your own military layout. The graphics are 100 percent better than the ARMA II in my opinion. I own both the ARMA II and the ARMA III. If you are in to Military Sim games, then this one is for you. The only thing that I don't like is the STEAM program.
Summary: One of the best military themed games just got better Graphics are awesome There's only 1 Campaign but more are on the way (2nd one on my birthday actually) Everything is great , bad side is the price , maybe a little bit high There's plenty of people on Multiplayer but hopefully a lot more coming to have more servers.
Summary: ArmA 3 has a great premise and pulls some things off well like better player movement, better graphics and PhysX support. In this case However the cons outweigh the pro's. The lack of optimization to the game is really showing in the third iteration. The constant stuttering and chugging because the game demands more memory that the 32 bit architecture just can't give, The terrible hardware utilization of the engine, expecting users to have 10ghz single core CPU's to...
Summary: First of all: the actual score is only to compensate for the blind fanboys who are giving this game a 10. Not in their wildest dreams is this game deserving of a perfect score. In fact, a reasonable score would be something in the 3 to 5 range. Full disclosure: I bought the game when the alpha was first released. Not only that: I got the "Supporter Edition", which is supposed to get be every bit of content, including future paid DLC.
Summary: Compare to the other games, with the right players it can achieve more, we don't need call of duty fans to play this game and say, "Omg this game sux ballz, i cnt run faster, i cant shoot anything omg" so, if you hate a Real and intense game play don't buy this game, it need communication and team work, which simply no kid in cod has ever done before