brothers in arms hours of history packed learning fun
Mr. J. Mcmanus "manspro", Amazon
16 December 2012
Summary: i bought the deluxe edition of this game,and loved it for the very beginning.it was very a educational ww2 game. playing actual past real life senerios that our men had to experience one on one. it had many campaigns and i just couldnt get enough.there were a few glitches like aiming was off at times. but overall experiance, this game is a must for a person is sick of beating a new game in only 2 hours. this one goes on for quite a while. i wished it never ended.
Summary: Brothers in Arms has long been one of my favorite WWII franchises. It does an amazing job of connecting all the games across platforms to pick up where the previous left off. Every time I play one of these games I think of how similar it is to Band of Brothers developing environments, characters, and making the player really feel connected and absorbed in the war. Hell's Highway is a great game.
Summary: Hell’s Highway is a strong and compelling entry in the Brothers in Arms series but it’s also a slightly flawed sequel that could have been so much better on the PS3. Still, even with its glitches, inconsistent visuals and so-so online multiplayer, this game has enough standout moments to be an enjoyable ride down a bumpy highway.
Conclusion: If you are like me and you think shooters have too less strategy and strategy games have too less action then this game is the perfect solution for your problem. The game is not meant for everybody though and most people are sick of the Second World War by now, so this game is a little late.
Pros: The game takes place in the Second World War and it focuses on Market Garden. I haven't seen a game take place in the Kingdom of the Netherlands before (aside from a few missions in Medal of Honor: Front line) and I just love it. It may sound a little unfair to praise the game just because it takes place in my country, but most games don't even acknowledge our existence, so I am going to give points for it anyway.
Cons: There are quite a lot of glitches and that can prove to be very annoying. Quite often I would lose entire squads because they decided to hide at the wrong side of a wall or stop moving while we were dodging machine gun fire.
Summary: -This game is almost a masterpiece, Almost?, that's right there are just a few flaws with this game but it shouldn't really take down any bars on your fun-o-meter at all, one thing i didn't like is that on some guns when you reach your hand out to aim down the sights your arm looks the size of a 12 year old boy, than a grown-man, and also it dosen't take much for an enemy to kill you but other than that the game is fantastic i really would recommend it if you have played...
Summary: Firstly, I really enjoy playing this game. The soundtrack is great, the characters are memorable and almost any game which lets me control a team and requires some strategy is tops in my book. That being said, it does suffer slightly from a choppy story line and a control scheme that isn't what most of us are used to. For the most part it does function supremely well though.
Summary: Item was delivered in the exact condition as submitted in writing. As for the game... If you liked the mini series, Band of Brothers, you will very much enjoy Brother's in Arms: Hell's Highway. It's a great game with a great story. I just with there was a little more focus with Operation Market Garden and not just the characters in the game.
Great Concept but not too much improvement over PS2 titles
E Love "Shotgunn Dude", Amazon
6 May 2010
Summary: I've played both PS2 titles of Brothers in Arms so I knew I had to check this game out. The graphics are a bit better than the PS2 versions but the gameplay is nearly identical. I hope they do better on any future releases. I do like this concept over the typical FPS. Actually controlling your men to work together to take out the enemy versus going in guns blazing.