Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway
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Don`t waste your money and time
13 March 2009
Summary: This game is terrible. UBI software for any shooting game is great. I don`t know what happened here. They let me down for the first time. The biggest issue that I have with this, its like wathing a movie. Every segment, you have to endure a presentation like a movie that you cannot fast forward.
Summary: I'll skip the graphics discussion of Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway (BiA:HH), and get right to some gameplay observations: The cinematic cut scenes start the game and are supposed to get you involved in the story.
Summary: Frankly I was a little disappointed with this game. I remember playing it on the PC when the series first came out and absolutely loved it. However... being a military guy myself I found much of my earlier enthusiasm curbed significantly when I bought this for my PS3.
Summary: Brothers in Arms Hells Highway is a complete disapointment in nearly all sectors of the game. From a boring unintresting storyline, to poor graphics, to medicore gun sounds. This game is just bad. Not the worst but mostly bad. The Graphics are like a PS2 game from 2004.
Excerpt: For anybody not familiar with Brothers In Arms, they are a series of WW2 first person shooters that aim to depictthe reality of war. Where Call of Duty succeeded in providing spectacular set pieces Brothers In Arms asks more than simply working your way down a predetermined path.
Pros: Good compelling story, loyal to historical setting, sound
Cons: Graphical finish is poor, boring gameplay, questionable AI
Summary: The game was possibly a little above average for a war game but the story was poor, not well thought out, too long and dull and the characters were forgetable and it just lessened the gaming experiance.
Excerpt: In my opinion this is the best world war 2 game ever to be made. Graphics - The graphics are not the best to be displayed on the PS3 but they are outstnading - they really add to the experience.
Pros: Great story - loads of guns - great graphics
Summary: This is a surprisingly old-fashioned game, considering that it has been developed for the Xbox 360 and PS3 (as well as the PC). The cut scenes look incredibly retro with their rough-looking character models that look and move like reanimated corpses.