Very good approach although lacks of something ...
Jorge Villar, Amazon
8 August 2012
Summary: Very good approach on this game although lacks of further details on art, probably extras that could shine this game compared probably with Medal of Honor: Heroes, however, it is still a good game that values to have it !! ....
Summary: Not my favorite. some levels are really hard and if you die, even at the end of a mission, you have to go all the way back to the beginning of that mission..so no saved progress during a mission. I hate that.
a great fun game to play, but has some tech glitches
grady cat, Amazon
16 June 2007
Summary: This is a great game - and it's my first psp experience and i've been enjoying it very much so. I'm a hard core pc gamer - so i would never waste my time with this game on the pc - so it's perfect for console. I've noticed that psp is more M rated for smarter older folks like myself, where as the gameboy is more E rated and family oriented. That said - the gore is pretty good - blood effects are ok - and it's very intense when the battles are raging.
Summary: This is an awesome game!!!!! The graphics are good but a little choppy...... it slows down during game play. The controls are fairly easy. Squad commands are too. I did beat the game without using the situation thing...... don't know what thats for........ I live in China and they sell a bunch of PSP, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, Gameboy, Nintendo DS, Wii and a bunch of other games here for free!!!!!!!!! I don't support them though...... Never support people selling fake stuff!
Summary: Very good game for the money. I'm a huge fan of the PC version and the PSP version is just as intense and entertaining. I was pleasantly surprised with the playability of D-Day with the single toggle stick on the PSP.
Summary: If this game was 19.99 it would be worth the money. the graphics on this game are ok, the controls arent very good and the gameplay itself isnt all that great for an FPS. If you have to have a WWII type FPS go for meal of honor.
Summary: The one thing that strikes me about Brothers in Arms D-Day is its ability to
make you think. BIA forces the player to abandon their conception of how a first person
shooter should work. For one thing, the missions in this game are hard to
complete in the ‘Rambo style’. Players cannot simply careen around the
battlefield, storming machine gun nests and assaulting tanks head-on. Tactical
nouse and the ability to use your allied soldiers and tanks will win the day