Summary: With (or without) the 1.13 mod, its one of the best games ever made.. brilliant storyline and gameplay that made me spent hundreds and hundreds of hours into this amazing title.. Too bad that its recent successors are messy disappointments.
Summary: This is easily one of the best games I've played in my life, especially if you add some mods (1.13 mod preferred). Forget the most recent "Back in Action" cashgrab attempt, stick to JA2. It is almost unelieveable that this game can still bring a lot of fun after so many years.
Summary: I first played this game only a month ago (December 2013) so there is no nostalgia blinding this review. First, I will say that this game is both fun and addicting. You control a group of mercenaries trying to regain control of a third world country that is being ruled by an evil regime.
Summary: an ok game , very popular in the past , it can easily be modded there has been a few mods out there on the web for several years now that overhauls the game and makes it more appealing graphically , I still think you should save your money and use it to buy TitanFall or maybe for RAM or a better...
Summary: One of the best games ever. I will keep it on my PC forever. If you haven't played it because you are young, please do. After you're done with the game, go to the fans' forums and install the 1.13 mod. Replay the game with it, at a much higher difficulty.
Summary: Don't know why everybody just rates a 0, have you ever played it? This game is a nice Free2Play PvP game. If you want to play it in Single-Player Mode (Missions and such), you have to pay one time, but for such a cheap price, that it was a no brainer for me.
Summary: While it does not mirror the complexity of JA2, it has other advantages (such as accessibility) and I find myself returning to it regularly. IT actually has now held me for longer than many top scoring games.
Summary: I´m now about half way through the campaign and played quite some PvP in Jagged Alliance Online. I was skeptical about the depth of the game and felt it might be dumbed down for a broader audience, but now I can say that this is definitely not the case.