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6.2 out of 10

Soldiers: Heroes of World War II

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Overall 6
Value for money 2
Sound quality 8
Gameplay 2
Graphics 10
Lastability 2

One To Avoid

bilbobagi..., Ciao
6 July 2009
  • Excerpt: 'Soldiers: Heroes of World War 2' is a game played from a birds-eye-view position. However, unlike most games set out this way, the graphics offer a much greater level of detail. The tanks and infantry you get to control move around realisticly... they sometimes even drop their weapons accidentally in combat! The campaign side to this game offers a range of exciting missions which take you through a number of different terrains.
  • Pros: Good graphics and general idea sounds great .
  • Cons: In reality the game is slow paced and lacks a decent multiplayer option .
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Overall 6

Great RTS/ Combat game

Teach2301, Ciao
21 September 2006
  • Excerpt: Straight away you are given a good impresion of the game with the manual - clear, concise and readable - all actions are controlled by either the mouse or hotkeys - which are simple and straight-forward. You will need to know these when the preferable hits the fans in some levels. It gets manic...
  • Pros: GAMEPLAY  -  simple but effective
  • Cons: can take time to master the strategies needed
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Overall 6

Soldiers: Heroes Of World War II

hawk21, Ciao
24 September 2005
  • Excerpt: I have been playing combat and stratergy games for several years, and i have to say that this is the best one so far. To start the graphics are super and the detail of not just the vehicles and troops but the whole surroundings is great, there are plenty of campaigns to play, each with 6or7 parts to each one, plus there are a number of stand alone combat situations to play out.
  • Pros: keeps you playing for hours
  • Cons: keeps you playing for hours and hours and hours
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