Summary: At first I like the game, then little by little the details or bugs started to get to me. The A.I. will know where you are wherever you go, once spotted. Even if you're not in line of sight and no stealth can save you even in night time once spotted. The other alerted enemies(alerted by your silenced pistol) will then fire incredibly accurate burst fire at range at your sniper who's hiding behind a bush(an obstacle that your sniper cannot counter shoot from even).
Summary: I just bought this game , I live in the country and cant get internet at home. to use4 this game you must go on line atleast to install steam and sign up I don't know abouit if I have to be online to play if so its going back.
Summary: Yes, it is a little different from previous JA games, but aren't improvements supposed to be better? This has a real tactical feel as far as timing is concerned. In no other game have I ever had to consider my gun speed. When your merc fires, there is this tiny second ticker that displays... Those few seconds count when you busting into a building, thus enhancing the experience. One complaint is that combat, though challenging can be tedious when programming moves.
Summary: This game requires steam which means you will not own it and will require you to give personal information to an unsecure third party software company it will also pop up everytime you turn on your computer requesting you to log in and cripple your pc start up time.
Summary: If you like a detail oriented strategy game with a myriad of outcomes in each battle then you will love this game. I spent 493 hours over a period of 4 months totally absorbed in it. It may be too tedious for some people unless you enjoy micro managing your combatants.
Summary: I am an old school fan of Jagged Alliance. I've played them all and finished JA2 close to 10 times. Yeah, that's how much I like those games. :) So keeping that in mind, I was VERY disappointed when I heard about the real-time. I tried the demo and hated it. BUT, I got the game anyway to kill some time on deployment and I'm really glad I did. I just didn't give it enough of a chance before.