Summary: the graphics are average for a handheld game. There is alot of shooting and a ton of thrills. This was one of the two games i got when i first got my psp. It does have a lot of language, blood gore and a ton of violence. if you like at least one of them, go for this game, i asure you, you will be playing this for hours! one more thing, the controls are easy but it is a hard game, its not a walk in the park!
Summary: I have to say that this game was pretty good. I think it was the storyline that got me because its just so well written and you can connect with the characters. The shooting part is alrite but it is strategic because you will need your squad to help you defeat your enemy by outflanking and outsmarting them. I do love that i get full command over a squad.
Summary: Challenge: It gets very challenging at levels when at least one of your guys die, and also when you don't go with suppressing fire and/or your health is low, but it's okay when one of your squadmates die because they'll just be back the next level.Graphics/Animation: Well the graphics are better than good but not excellent, like the eyes up close and some of the guns when they're on the ground don't look "realistic", like when a gun is on the ground, there will be like...
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.
Conclusion: I’ve searched the internet for those exact comments you made about sony and it is always censored or non- existant. Why do sony feel that the UK are second rate customers compared to thier mightly homeworld Japan and off course the USA. Why dont they realise that the UK has a right to these releases but of course if it was all released at the same time then Japan wouldn’t be superior in the electronic world. Maybe Sony could take some of this advise on.
Conclusion: Ubisoft have brought forward a new Mecca for the gaming world in Brothers in Arms for the PSP. Graphics are said to be more crystal than the ps2 version with a targeting system unlike what weve seen in the gaming world before with pinpoint accuracy complimented by the graphic engine. However the game does seem to run awkward especially in the 8-player link but you only have to look at GTA to see that multiplayer smoothness can be overshadowed.