Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty 2: Big Red One
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aydacake , GameStop
23 January 2013
Summary: a game that should have a zombie mode not much of a character storie of why hes in the army but your teams young privet broklen grows up with your team he becomes mature and you grow through the ranks
Summary: For however unapproachable it may be, Big Red One is still a nicely directed, exciting shooter. And while the basic multiplayer component and a few obvious drops in pacing sometimes make the title feel a touch flat, the singleplayer campaigns are actually anything but. In the future I'd love to see a greater emphasis on the personal interactions of soldiers.
Summary: It has stunning graphics,sound, and game play. The graphics are good on the people, tanks, guns, and in the environment. it has bad graphics on somethings and has glitches. I'm sure not many people play online no more but i love this game. I have beat it twice and the weapons and campaign are cool and pretty realistic in someways. I konw people could have done a way better job on all PS2 games instead of making them look like garbage. Its a good game trsut me.
Summary: This was my first COD. I liked it. Then I played the newer ones. This is #3 on my top 5 CODs. I would not be too enthusiastic if they did another remake(besides Game of the year edition.) So, if you want a good WWII shooter, this would be your best bet.
Summary: this game is the best call of duty for ps2 because of the online play. yea, the severs are still up. the offline/campian mode is fun but it can get old quick . the game is not really challenging. the controls are comfortable and easy to learn. the graphics are not to good there typical 2005 ps2 graphics. the interface is good you always know whats going on in the game. responsiveness nearly perfect . the sounds are great they all sound like the real thing .