Reviews and Problems with Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad
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John H. Turner "kadafi", Amazon
15 November 2013
Summary: I gave this rating for the game and not the company that sold it. I have been playing PC games since 1995 and have never encountered a glitch like this . During the training session with the various weapons everything went well until qualifying with rifle and scope. Impossible to hit the targets. Finally gave up. Anyone have any suggestions? Anyone else have this problem? Cannot proceed any further in the game.
Finally, a game that let's you embrace your inner fascist!
Ryan ''The Real Deal'', Amazon
22 October 2013
Summary: If you're not already familiar with the setup to RO2, please give me a moment to explain. The setting for this game is the city of Stalingrad, located on the west bank of the Volga river in southern Russia. The battle of Stalingrad lasted from July 1942 to February 1943 and stands as the most apocalyptic and devastating battle in human history. Naturally, you play as the German fascist invader, or the Russian Bolshevik defender.
Summary: The original Red Orchestra was great and I couldnt wait for this new installment of the series, I was really dissapointed. unlike the original game that spanned many locations, this mostly urban combat, and with that, in multi player, you have the guy that always has to be the sniper just picking you off the entire game. I'll stick to the original.
Summary: This sequel to Red Orchestra: Ostfront is decent, and can actually be addictive. The single player is only good for getting to know the controls and weapons. Multi player is where the fun starts; assuming you're ready to die numerous times before even getting close to a kill. But once you do aim down your sight and tag an enemy you'll realize it was worth the wait. There are some bugs still in the game, but they aren't that noticeable anymore, thanks to some patches.