Summary: its okay. i love the multiplayer much as i love the campaign. multiplayer simulator has got new features, vehicles, guns and maps.once again, it gets really boring like cod 1. but it was good in its time
Summary: A decent game in the lines of Medal of Honor. Crosshairs are twitchy on older systems, but not insurmountable. One real glitch is at the "Bridge" level. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to find the dead VanDyke soldier in order to pick up his explosives to finish the level.
Summary: I'm a little surprised to see some of the unqualified praise COD: United Offensive has received. I loved the original and enjoyed this expansion pack very much, but its not without its drawbacks.
Summary: I wanted to like this game, I really did. I loved Call of Duty and played my favorite missions repeatedly. However, United Offensive just wasn't up to snuff, missing a lot of the flavor of the original game.
Good overall, but one shortcoming in Single Player Mode
1 November 2004
Summary: I prefer to play single player for most of my computer games. I've had too many frustrating/bad experiences with online scenarios. CoD:UOEP is a little lackluster in the Single Player area. Why? One big reason--there are far too few missions.
Summary: I really enjoyed COD and played it through several times. The missions in this expansion pack however seem overly scripted and frankly, poorly designed. It's as if the A team of level/mission designers was devoted to the new console version of the game, leaving United Offensive to the second string.
Summary: I'm surprised the previous reviewers like UO so much. I thought CoD was one of the best WW2 FPS made yet and was looking forward to UO. Unfortunately I feel UO focuses far too much on scripted missions. You are forced into almost preset paths that do not allow for much variance.
Summary: I'm something of a CoD addict, putting in literally hundreds of hours of multiplayer games on my favorite Headquarters server. I've had the expansion for a few days now, and am about halfway through the SP material. I've also played about 6 hours of the new MP maps/game types.
Summary: Disappointed, dissatisfied, mediocre, are just some of the words for this game. Between Medal of Honour and the three add-ons for it, and Call of Duty and its add-on, I feel like I am replaying the same game over and over.