Summary: Looks like a simple stand alone installer, I dont think this has any drm. Considering the price 2.50$. At first its a bit confusing if your trying to rush through the gameplay. Not very straightforward. Very nice idea to go about this game.
Summary: Jagged Alliance 2 downloaded quickly and plays normally on Windows Vista. Have experienced no problems from this digital version that were not present in the original, disk-based version. This is different from the Gametap version, which crashed consistently on the same platform.
Summary: The amount of detail and depth this game has is incredible. Created during a time when gamers weren't thought of as people with ADD, this is a highly involving and intelligent RTS/TBS/RPG hybrid. Nothing since has come close.
Summary: Jagged Alliance 2 is now an old game, and yet as far as I know (and I do play my share of games) no game has come out so far that even comes close to bringing us the experience that is JA2. Now in 2010, I STILL go back to this old gem of a game. Let me tell you why.
Summary: Jagged Alliance 2 is basically, awesome. Set after a coup, you fight for the restoration of the rightful government, playing a group of mercenaries. Armed to the teeth with all manner of weapons, explosives, equipment and armour, you free the citizens of the major towns and train them to fight...
Summary: Jagged Alliance 2 is, in all measures, an excellent game. It provides the player with a very openended enviroment in which you have to accomplish your mission. Your mission is to launch a guirilla war against an evil dictator on a small island.
Summary: This game has all the RPG elements to call it a "Baldur's gate" the realism to call it "Real-Life" and the strategy that makes Chess look like a simple game of "Tag". This game is quite simply, miraculous in the way that it is set up.
Summary: For my money, simply the best squad level combat game ever written - certainly in terms of the interface, and campaign play has very few flies on it either. The graphics are frankly as good as they need to be - they do the job, and anything else is, frankly, a waste of processor time - although if...