Excerpt: If your a history lover or just want a game where you have to sit there plan your way around then this is the game for you. The sujestion "beat the guards at there own game" is basically what you have to do.
Pros: Something a little different to everyday games
Excerpt: This game is simply vile, there is very few redeemable qualities about this game at all. The game is a puzzle game, with you playing an american pilot captured and imprisoned in a German Prisoner of War camp.
Excerpt: Prisoner of War is one of the few games for the PS2 which I find seems to go unnoticed...and it really shouldn't be. I bought the game around 2 years ago now and I still value it as one of the best games in my colection and here's why : The storyline : The game is set in World War 2 and is based...
Excerpt: Prisoner of war is an rpg game set in world war 2. At first impression i expected the game to be similar to the usuall shoot em up style that seems to be the main focus of the vast majority of world war 1&2 games.
Excerpt: War games seem to be all the rage nowadays with Medal Of Honour, Commandos 2 and now Prisoner of War all hitting the PS2 in the same sortie. POW is a difficult game to sum up. It's like MGS2 during the war but without guns.
Summary: If you are bored stiff have no grass to watch growing or paint drying then this might be for you - it certainly wasn't for me. A tedious round of caged plodding around and little action unless you go over the wire.
Summary: The game had endless potential but failed to deliver. The missions are little more than boring and too long, german guards act badly, your character is wimpy and has no control and your companions are about as lively as you are after a failed escape attempt.