Summary: Item came fast, will buy from again, thank you! This game is a little older but still an awesome game. I'm playing it now. You playing different characters during the same round. When you hit tab, it goes from one guy to the next. I checked it out on YouTube, & I thought it was cool so I bought it. It is a really good game and would like to get some of the other games in the series. I think they made five in total. You will like this game!
Pros: one of the best games that i ever played, works great in single player, or multiplayer over lan network. however i moved into a better one THE SABOTEUR, they both concentrate on WW2 which is great For "Killing NAzzis" (inglorious bastards) low PC requirem
Cons: no cons really except they should make a source out of it like Counter Strike
First person with strategy, but not the best strategy employed...
Kevin D. Gould "unomonoloco", Amazon
19 June 2010
Summary: WWII; what male on God's made earth does not like games pertaining to this time era?? classic stuff, like Medal of Honor and Battlefield 1942 is what this game is a blend of: a run and gun shooter with different classes to take out your objectives. Though Battlefield 1942 was by far way better (except for on story), it still has a Medal of Honor feel where everyone is still running and gunning, making the momentum of the game all the better.
Summary: Awesome!!! I think that one word sums up this entire game. I must congratulate Edios on making a WWII PC game which breaks the typical WWII FPS drawl. The element of surprise and stealth in this game is amazing! The AI for the enemy in this game is quite suburb. Every single mission kept you engaged and enthralled. The use of three different commandos, each with their own special abilities adds a whole new level of fun to the game.
Summary: I got this game because the ability to switch between characters sounded intriguing. There are three distinct character types: spy, Green Beret, and sniper. Depending on the mission (and where you are in the mission), you can swap between characters which can be in different locations. The sniper might be up in a tower while the Green Beret is down in the thick of the fighting.
A welcome edition to the current crop of WW2 games,
Les bois "Sergei", Amazon
24 February 2008
Summary: Changes have certainly been a foot since we met the Commandos franchise last. Traditionally an isometric-perspective, strategy-come-puzzle game, the franchise has made the switch to first-person, and it's made a far better fist of it than we'd anticipated. Certainly those who shudder at the mere mention of the first-person Command & Conquer: Renegade has little to fear here. That said they don't have an awful lot to set their pulses racing either.
Summary: For those who loves all the previous Commandos games, this one is a terrible let down. It doesn't have the look and feel of what made Commandos famous and it tried to imitate all the other 1st person shooter and yet failed miserably to do so. There is no distinguishing feature for this latest installment of Commandos that made it shine. I just wanted to get it to complete my Commandos collection, and that would be it.
Summary: Wow! What a fantastic game on virtually every level. I wish it would never end! And from Eidos no less, the company that hires a 2 buck an hour guy to design the controls on their other games like Lara Croft and Hitman; two glorious jewel games destroyed by one ahole! This time, Eidos put it all together, a great game with fps lunacy, stealth and thought which is required to beat this game along with great simple controls to boot.
Summary: Finally, Edios brings greatness back to the Commandos label - it is too bad they waited so long because most people didn't give this game a try. Not the very best WWII first person shooter (Call of Duty) but very good and different in important ways. First, it is not (mostly) about running through the fray and killing, it is about stealth and guile. You get to see a first person shooter from an angle not widely explored, literaly behind enemy lines (as the spy).