Reviews and Problems with Red Orchestra: 2 Rising Storm
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An answer to the person with mutiplayer only issues.
Ua Eachthighearna, Amazon
16 July 2013
Summary: I could go into the due diligence of researching a game before its purchase, as this one clearly states it is multi-player only, but I suppose I just did. However before you throw it in the bin perhaps this might help you find some enjoyment if you haven't thought of it already.
Summary: RATE IT AS 1 STAR. NO! Single missions only mutli-player. I buy games for the game, to me multi-play is a "bennie". If I had of known no single missions. I would of never bought it. Very, Very disappointed, thought I found a new WWII game. Played it twice online it's OK, just not what I EXPECTED.
Great game, just like Medal of Honour- Pacific Assault
21 June 2013
Summary: Great game, quality graphics with some amazing weapons. Flamethrower and knee-mortar my favourites! but they still have the venerable M1 Garand. Multiplayer servers are plentiful and you can pick different gameplay styles and realism settings.
Summary: The game is great, graphics are brill and it runs well on a low budget machine! People who complain about it being only multiplayer are fools, you should always look into what you're buying before you buy it! If you want single player buy Red Orchestra 2 Heroes of Stalingrad!
Summary: This game adds functionally and game play to the Red Orchestra 2 formula. They have managed to balance the asymmetric weapons of the period, the banzai charge for the Japanese side encourages team work and is something I've never seen in a game before.
Summary: This game is far more better than Battlefield 1943,Call of Duty World at War and Medal of Honor Pacific Assault. This game features reality, variety of classes and authentic weapons and real Japanese casted voices. The katana and bushido are key features when it comes to the Japanese.