Reviews and Problems with Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad
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Waited years for this?
Wes Mantooth, Amazon
28 February 2013
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: I bought this as a gift for my nephew. I have not played it. From what I understand, there are additional downloads needed to play this game. The disk itself does not allow you to play the game.
very fun fresh game on fps genre taking mock warfare to higher levels. but has some issues.
Austin Aragon, Amazon
17 January 2012
Summary: Great game of realism and suspense. Not your typical run and gun mainstream game. Fun cover system and encourages tactic using such as smoke and cover and suppression abilities. However levelimg is slow and dull taking hours ro reach any exciting unlocks. But has full mode community bring free dlc like Vietnam mods. So has good potiential. Was very buggy but now is only slightly so.
Summary: The game is great, I seems as though it was worked on with pride and hard work unlike the call of duty games. Pros Include - Dedicated Servers -Expected Mod tools -realistic combat -variety of weapons and attachments -Large Maps -Large server numbers -Tanks Cons Include -Outdated Graphics -Lack Of Detail -Not player control friendly (kind of a 2nd person type of game) -Tanks are difficult and not user friendly -Voice acting is bad (Like BFBC2) -Not a great anti-cheat...
Summary: Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad is the successor to Red Orchestra: Ostfront. It keeps to the theme of the titanic and most important battle front of WW2. More men fought, died and experienced the brutality of total war on the Eastern Front than in any other theater of the conflict. While Ostfront spanned the whole German-Soviet war, this game focuses just on the immense struggle for Stalingrad. The Good: The depictions of the battlefields are very well done.
Summary: A classic for Russia Vs Germany in World War 2 Red Orchestra 2 is a fun game to play in multi-player and will have you addicted for hours. When it arrived it came in a secure package and with no damage, allowing me to install and play it straight away with little to no fuss what-so-ever. The only thing to watch out for is making sure your machine can run it (Comptuers with on-board graphics like Intel HD need to turn on shadows, or the levels don't load properly).