Summary: I've spent five hours, and I still haven't got this game down. Too much micromanaging, but not enough hotkeys or ease of access to do so. Still, when I've gotten something to work, it's very rewarding, such as using a gas grenade to put some enemies to sleep as I go in and tie them up.
Summary: I was so excited when I got this game...I expected something far more challenging, complex, and more spectacular in the graphics department than the former two games. Well, my expectations fell short, at least for the first two.
Summary: This game is fun to play I really liked it. But there are pros and cons. Pros- Fly Buckbeak, Many spells but ur 3 characters can all use diff ones, Pretty good missions. Cons- graphics are sometimes better sometimes worse, no quidditch, slow loading and movement reaction, bad replay value, bad...
Good looking, true to the story, but definitely a rental.
W. C. Bryant, Amazon
4 June 2004
Summary: I'm going to start off by coming right out and saying that I played the first two titles in this franchise, and enjoyed them both. I've read the books, seen the movies, and have enjoyed (for the most part) the games.
Summary: Commandos 3: Destination Berlin was the latest instalment in the Commandos series, I had hoped that this game would be as good as the other titles but sadly I was disappointed with this title, this was given to me as a birthday present a few years ago.
Summary: I suppose the problem was that we had such high expectations of the next chapter in this enjoyable series. While it was great to have the boys back, the missions do vary between the very hard and the easy.
Summary: After playing Commandos 2 at Uni for what seemed like weeks this took me 2 weeks to do. One of my favs commandos from C2 has only one mission, the Diver. He was second best in the last game but he's wasted. I cannot believe they got rid of the scoring system.