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Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad

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Poerisija, Metacritic
20 June 2012
  • Summary: Fixed hit detection and renewed playerbase - worth the money now. New maps are needed, but community is making them with SDK and TWI has promised new maps and tanks. Lack of content is my only gripe left with the game - and that's after 200 hours of playing.
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Red Orchestra 2

snipekill2445, Overclock
28 May 2012
  • Excerpt: Red Orchestra 2 is a great WW2 First person Shooter. I picked the GOTY edition off steam on special for just $12.50.
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DEnglish, Metacritic
18 September 2011
  • Summary: The combat is fierce. The avatar weapons are very well done, it feels authentic. Cover and mantling is very good. The maps are detailed, and offer plenty of dramatic play. The fundamental offering of WW2 combat is met, which gives HOW hope for the future. Where HOS falls down is in leaving the realism genre for an arcade offering. More accurately, it tries to straddle the fence, and predictably, slips and nuts itself with a leg on either side.
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neomatrix248, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad is a refreshing change of pace for the FPS genre. It brings the genre back to it's 2000-2005 roots to the WW2 era, and merges it with today's technology to provide an authentic, immersive, beautiful experience. This game plays differently than your popular shooters like Call of Duty and Halo, so it's not for everyone.
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Dorjan_HR, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: I love this game despite some minor bugs. I love it since I first started beta. This game is like no other FPS game, you have to think, you have to be smart and you have to use cover.
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teejaymmk, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: A friend of mine asked me what Red Orchestra 2 was like, and all I could tell him was it was kind of like the original Red Orchestra. This game is totally different than any of the AAA fps titles out there, and is just as good if not better. I wouldn't be able to sleep tonight if I gave this anything less than a 10, even with some bugs that have yet to be fixed, simply because it's a great change from what other developers are spitting out right now and it has been done...
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kmconstable, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: Although RO2 has some flaws it is indeed a nice change of pace. It is not a new genre to be sure, bu it is a new style of game-play that lends itself more to team play and taking objectives. It is in which teens with pwnage complexes or people that simply want the vanilla familiarity of COD can just go away and leave the real gaming to grown ups. And that is what makes RO2 good.
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DrKittens, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: A good game either admits it's a game and only includes realistic things as an afterthought after it's gotten all the fun stuff finished, or it doesn't admit it's a game and immerses you. Don't tell Red Orchestra 2 that it's a game. It is the very end of a spectrum. It's a window into WWII-era Russia you can only look through on your computer.
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TWI_Blows, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: Giving this game a '10' is unconscionable sycophantism toward TWI. The game is a mess. Graphics are dated, game-play is clunky, 'cutting-edge' features such as cover are broken. Server browser is broken, game crashes constantly. Performance even on high-end hardware is problematic. Read the steam forums before spending your hard earned cash on this turkey, and/or wait until it goes on deep sale, which should be soon.
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Vescosein, Metacritic
13 September 2011
  • Summary: Another entry into the tired WWII genre with even worse gameplay mechanics. Really terrible and buggy amateur work that still feels as if it's in beta.
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