Summary: Already had this game but lost the breakthrough expansion disc, so bought this whole package with the intention of using only the last disc 'breakthrough'. Unfortunately that was the only disc not included. There was a disc labeled 'breakthrough' but the contents were that of the 'spearhead' disc. I checked numerous times on different computers and still the same. So I basically have two 'spearhead' discs. Didn't return because it would cost me more.
Summary: I could not download this game or expansion pack. I have a xp windows and I email EA and they did not contact me about the problem. Of course by the time I tried to download it, it was over 90 days and it was too late to return it.
Summary: I see absolutely no good from buying this game. This game is way to fast. Everything happens(Multiplayer and Singleplayer) in the blink of an eye. The guns suck, and the graphics suck too. If I were the President of EA I would be a disgrace to the company. This game never should have come out in the first place its soo bad. I would rate this game no stars, but it doesn't give me the opption for some reason. I would rather by Pokemon than this.
Summary: Whoever designed this one knew nothing about WW2 or infantry tactics. The first mission has you land on the African coast to prepare the way for Torch. Guess who your opponents are. Vicy French hold outs? No the Afrika Korps who by the way are fighting a rear guard action against Monty about 600 miles away from the supposed area of operations.
Summary: My major beef this game is it is hard to kill German soliders. I shot the as many as fifteen time and the get up and shot you. The play ability is okay but get frustrating at times beacuse it adds to mission that deatil on what you are suppose to do.
Summary: This game might be good if the player could ever get it to operate. It was so terrible and the EA people over in Redwood City - not far from my house - have an attitude best described as "Mox Nicks" - - - so I returned it to you guys via parcel post with your label - which you kindly provide with your software over the net - on or about 3 July 2003. To date I've heard nothing from you.