Summary: I purchased this from Amazon, entered the code as per instructions and downloaded. Steam shows that i purhcased the license, it shows CoH2 as installed. I can't play any of it and Steam requires one to create an email to even open a support ticket.
Summary: Would probably be a great game if I could play it. Originally downloaded it, didn't realize it is part of the evil empire known as Steam. This evil universe only exists in the ethereal world, where passwords are pretty much needed from signing on and to getting Help.
Summary: Don't recommend the product for purchase. Didn't work on my system (high-end) and Stream could provided only very limited help which ended up only freezing my entire PC. Disappointed because I liked both Company of Heroes "1" and the version "Tales of Valor".
Summary: If you have ever had a really, really bad experience downloading software, multiply it by 10 and that is what is proffered by the distributors of this game. In order to play you must provide a credit card number, and it's a $99 charge for the "Collector's Edition"...(which I did).
Summary: Those of us eagerly awaiting the Russian Front version of COH will be surprised to learn that the Germans (shock) have Panther tanks in 1941! Amazing. And this version is dumbed down so that a 6 year old will be entertained! That's just what we need: more stupid dumb-downings. Way to go!