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
Conclusion: Dont no why people only give it a one star, i think its alot better than that. Brought it earlier this week and havnt been able to put it down, so addictivness is very good and the graphics are pretty gd aswell. The only problem i might find is occasionly it may go abit slow but not a major inconvience. I havnt had any Brothers In Arms games before so not sure what its like in comparison, though i would reccommend getting it if you want many hours of fun gameplay.
Conclusion: This is just basically Road To Hill 30 and Earned In Blood just crammed into one little UMD. Despite all this, it is a good game, and despite the graphics being a little low standard, the game is fun and addictive with lots of thinking skills needed. The game does have its problems like the lip-synching not being in time with the voices of the characters, and that the gore factor isn't as much as the PC versions.