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.
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.
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...
Summary: This is ridiculous, most of the critics have no place to even review this title as they are evidently clueless about this particular title. If you criticize Arma for its "lack of content", then you have no idea what you're reviewing, the Arma series has survived since its first game almost a decade...
Summary: Arma 3 is a BIG step forward, after arma 2! Better animations, new physics engine, better sounds, much much better looking graphics. The Mediterranean setting, is really a fresh breath in gaming industry. Realistic looking huge map Altis, which were made by real life island Lemnos.
Summary: The best military based game period. Anyone scoring this game less than 9 are being paid off by competing companies or are COD twitch retards. Good support, tons of content, the best gaming community out there, amazing graphics and gameplay.
Summary: A really well made and detailed simulator. The best military simulator available. It's so much better than ArmA II in every way, if you are even slightly interested on owning a military sim this is what you should buy.
Summary: Great graphics, great gameplay improvements over previous iteration (ARMA II). Nicer UI, vastly improved fps and optimizations over ARMA II. No campaign at launch but hundreds of user missions and emergent multiplayer possibilities.