Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms Road to Hill 30
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"Excellent WW2 game with Amazing Teamwork Commands Mode"
Shannon Stevens, Amazon
7 December 2010
Summary: I have to say that this is a very enjoyable WW2 game with an awesome teamwork feature that I think is excellent! The teamwork command mode is probably one of the things that stands out to me the most about this game which is one of the main reasons I give it a 4!! Being able to more or less command a team of men what to do, how to, and when to is what makes a game, in my opinion, very fun and realistic at the same!
Summary: I have played all the PS2 war games, and this one by a VERY LONG WAY far outshines the Call of Duty or Medal of Honor games. The Reviewers that say this games is weak ? I have no idea what you were on ! Of Course PS3 is superior BUT for PS2 the Graphics and game play leave Call of Duty PS2 games for dead, so does the ability to control your other team members and the unique ability to take a helicopter over view of any situation at the touch of a button .
Summary: I like the WW2 games.Plus it is a great way to explain history to my kids.My Father fought in WW2 and I can use the game to tell about what Grandpa did.This game is known for its realizm and that being said this game isn't for kids.Its rated M and should be.Over all well put together and solid game play. 3 stars over all.
Summary: worst game of all time game very bad A.I slow very boring NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING compared to the Call of duty series those are great games. this game try's to be dramatic and be emotional. yey not. do not buy DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: I was expecting a challenge, realistic graphics, and voice acting. I got none of those things. the game was ridiculously simple with sub par graphics and terrible voice acting. I was dissapointed. if you like games like medal of honor or call of duty, you know what a real war game is. this is not one of those games.
Summary: You know, I am sick of all the hype about this game by a bunch of weenies that don't seem to know real combat, real weapons or realism of any sort beyond what they see on their TV screens. This game is not the authentic real life war on-the-battlefield war game that all the geeks are hyping and signing the party line the company puts out. I bought two of these games after reading the reviews and I have to say that you people don't know what you are talking about.
Summary: This game is very well done. Unlike the 'Medal of Honor' series which is just you versus the entire German army, this game really puts you there, in stunning realistic detail, in charge of two fire teams and occasionally a tank for support. The story follows a small unit of the 101st airborne in the days after the Normandy invasion of 1944.
Summary: I loved playing this game. I got it for my 14th birthday. Ive passed it on hard and working on authentic. The only bad part about the game is it dosnt get intense enough through the middle levles. But in the first and last level it is extremely intese, with guys dying all around you and blood and gore all over. half the time its so scary you dont know up from down! It makes it very realistic, graphics are awsome, and the gameplay is sweet.
Summary: I bought this game when it had already been out for a while. I was a little apprehensive because I had heard some great things about Road to Hill 30 but I had also heard from people who absolutely hated it. However when I started to play the BIA I realized thos people are the same jackasses who hero worship games like medal of honor where the exta guns and ammo float in the air and you play the entire game by yourself and uncover secret Nazi aircraft(huh?