Summary: From my experience from my 10+ years of gaming, any game that's run by gamespy sucks. Exception would be RainbowSix when it first came out(Rainbow six would be the first good FPS game with internet multi-play). I think GameSpy is losing its fame. Sad fact.
Pros: If you like realistic FPs, you will like Single play mode. Using strategies such as Suppress&Flank is fun. I loved Single plays. Storyline is alright. It took me about 20+ hours of playtime till I got bored. But it's good hours for its price.
Cons: Worst multi-play experience. I feel like i'm playing FPS in early 21C or late 20C. Of course not many players in online.
Summary: I love the ability to control squads, makes you play differently. No one man army, which is bogus anyways. Definitely worth while buy if you only have time to play the campaign instead of multiplayer. Hope they make a PC sequel, Battle of the Bulge!!
Pros: This game has spectacular graphics, Very fun campaign, definitely a must buy if you like to play games single player. Good response time for shooting, squad control is the best aspect of this game, and historically accurate.
Cons: A.I. of course lacks, and levels are always set up so you can flank left or flank right, over typically. The Veteran setting isnt that tough, and authentic well isn't either. Authentic is just more annoying, No cross-hairs or any HUD display, but does make the life of the game go longer since I h...
Pros: Graphics are good, I get no hesitation with my XFX 9600GSO card. Structures and outdoor environment look realistic. Sounds and vocals make you feel as if you are in a movie. Good to be Matt Baker again.
Cons: Tends to feel as if you are walking with a walker, targeting with sights on some of the weapons are a bit tough. The dialogue and the gore is not for the weak of heart, so no kids should play this game!
Summary: One thing about the BiA series is that the whole gameplay revolves around suppression-flanking tactics. I mean they were used a lot in WW2 but that wasn't always an option. Sometimes troops had no choice but to to a frontal attack, or sometimes they could call in air or artillery support.
Pros: Good graphics, feels realistic, good suppression factor (you actually feel like you need to take cover when the enemy shoots at you, especially MG's)
Cons: AI is still glitchy. Your fireteams only fire on targets you direct if they are in their LOS...they won't move to alternate cover to fire. Although the Germans do move somewhat, they could respond better to your tactics. One thing I noticed, when your squadmates (or the Germans for that matter) s...
Summary: I've put in about 14 hours on this game and haven't run into a single problem. I love it when a game doesn't crash at all even during a marathon playing session. It's a first person shooter but you also command a squad. The npcs aren't stupid and won't rush into your machine gun.
Pros: Good graphics, no noticeable bugs, customizeable difficulty settings
Cons: Very graphic violence... That doesn't bother me but this game isn't for those that don't like seeing some gore.
Summary: Specs: Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5300 2GB Ram ECS P45T-A MoBo BFG GTX 260 Core 216 OC2 Can run the game maxed with 12x AF and 8xQ AA. Any serious WWII history buff should enjoy this game, although the squad dynamic system is not for everyone - you really do have to think and plan your route of attack...
Pros: The single player game looks and feels like an episode of Band of Brothers. The graphics during single player, when maxed out, are incredible - I've not seen better in a WWII shooter. The audio is crisp and powerful; lots of bass in the gunshots/explosions if you have the speakers to handle it. T...
Cons: Controls a tad tricky at first - you might accidentally send your squad into the enemy gun emplacement when you only meant for them to shoot there. Texture pop-in. I have yet to see an Unreal Engine III-powered game where this does not happen. It is not that noticeable, but it's there and can get...