Reviews and Problems with Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers
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Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers
15 December 2005
Conclusion: Overall, Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers comes off as a bare-bones action RPG game, offering very basic, simplistic gameplay. War game fanatics may find some mindless amusement from it, but the rest of us will end up feeling unsatisfied with its dull campaign, imbalanced RPG system, and strange control mechanisms.
Pros: Destructible parts of the environment, Some might find the game to be mindless fun.
Cons: Strange aiming mechanism, Missions are very short, repetitive, and dull, Imbalanced skill system, Camera angle doesn't show you much of the battlefield.
Excerpt: What if they turned Diablo into a World War II game? It almost sounds like something you'd wonder out loud after too many drinks at a bar, but it really isn't all that bad of a concept. Battle Borne takes this idea and runs with it in its action RPG game, Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers, where you control an American or British soldier from an overhead perspective as you explore and fight your way through Europe in the latter stages of World War II.
Pros: Destructible parts of the environment, Some might find the game to be mindless fun
Cons: Strange aiming mechanism, Missions are very short, repetitive, and dull, Imbalanced skill system, Camera angle doesn't show you much of the battlefield
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