Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood
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2 May 2014
Summary: This game, a first person tactical shooter, has probably found the line that unites a simulator with a game, and makes it attractive, functional and realistic. The amount of work and detail put into this game simply make me wish ALL games were as dedicated to their purpose and function, which this game truly succeeds in. The music, scenery, accuracy of the events and passion portrayed and put in this game are unforgettable.
Summary: In comparison with the original Brothers In Arms: Road to hill 30, Earned In Blood made some serious changes that elevated the game to a much higher level while still keeping it's traditional strong points: command system is remains the same so you don't have to learn or adapt anything new, while new weapons were added, which offered players a variety of choices.
Summary: This is a very awesome fps. it has a good and long storyline that will keep you entertained for a while. Some flaws are lag. when you get in a big fire fight / alot of shooting, it slows down. also, when you kill someone, you know because it lags a bit. Its a little hard to aim a long distances (swaying sights), but that adds to the realism factor. I like that you can command a squad. squad AI is decent, and they really help!
Summary: This game is much better on PC. The PS2 just does not give it justice. The controls are hard to handle, and the game is very, very blurry making it hard to spot enemies. I believe this was ported over to PS2 resulting in the mishaps. Excellent game, just not on PS2. Buy this for PC.
Summary: The same problems again. Weak graphics, teammates AI is too bad (but somehow the enemies AI is better), lack of realism (in the beginning of the game, one of our ally destroyed a Flakvierling with one Mk2 grenade). The flanking is not working again. If you have enough space for it, you get more enemies before your jaw. It makes the game challenging, but it's not funny. And of course, it makes the game slow, boring and frustrating. It's a bad ww2 game again.
Summary: Purchased this game when it first came out. It's worth every $49.99 price tag it came with. This is much better than Road To Hill 30. Game play remains mostly the same. The AI is better, sightly easier to deal with Panzers, and lesser glitches. The squad base control is where it shines. AI squad is bit smarter than the 1st, but still could use more touch up. The unpredictability of a mortar shell is about as real as it gets.
Summary: disregard the review here that says Medal of Honor Or Call of Duty are better than this. Call of Duty & Medal of Honor are no where near in the same standard as this game. It has bigger battlefields with multiple entriy points, unprecedented squad control and unique " overhead view" of the state of play at the touch of a button. this a surperb entry into the FPS and worthy sequel to Road to Hill 30. If you haven't played this game, do, you wont regret it .