Summary: i havent played this game before but it looks like.........................WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I HAVE PLAYED THIS GAME IN MY FRIENDS house i forgot sorry for the mistake i played this game in 2004 it was awesome and the control is awesome
Summary: With the plethora of first person shooters out there, Cold Winter can hold it's own, even with a few flaws. The single player story is fragmented and easily forgetable but the gameplay is solid, though a cakewalk even on the hardest difficulty, and I encountered only a couple minor sound bugs. Control is probably the best I've seen on PS2 yet. Very responsive and precise unlike the majority of FPS games on the console with their tendency to be twitchy.
Summary: i actualy bought this game by mistake thinking it was somthing else..and im glad i did because it is a cracking little gem of a game..a pure simple shoot em up gunfest..well worth the buy and can be played over and over again.
Summary: Cold Winter, at the price it is now, is an absolute steal. While it is, in many ways, a conventional First Person Shooter, it is superior in that there is a genuinely excellent storyline, with some beautifully rendered cut scenes.The graphics are very good, without being spectacular, and the AI is reasonable, although sometimes I found that you could stand level with opponent soldiers, and they would not see you.
Summary: An excellent First Person Shooter game that is engrossing, violent and very realistic (so I've been told) and to top things off several main (good) characters are British, with genuine British accents. When the enemy are shot in the leg or arm, it's blown off. Similar to Soldier of Fortune for the Dreamcast. Worth a look, especially as it's relatively cheap now. The 18 certificate is justified for a lot of realistic violence/gore and profanities.
Summary: Not being of the kind to be glued to the PS2, this has taken a couple of months to play. And it must be said, it is good fun, although I found it pretty easy. There are arrows to tell you where to go next; renewable health at no penalty, and body armour that takes a lot of punishment before putting you in trouble. It's certainly easier than Castle Wolfenstein, and far less complex than Deus Ex to play.
Summary: I'll admit, this game was more of an impulse buy than anything else and as pleased as I was to have brought it Cold Winter annoyed me from the word "go". Having put the disc in my PS2 I was alarmed to discover that I had insufficient memory card space, despite the box claiming that the game required just over 2MB it actually requires 2,610KB (2.6MB) plus another 95KB if you want to go online - so that's 3.1MB ladies and gents, or just under half a memory cards worth of...