Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms: Double Time
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Brothers In Arms: Double Time
11 December 2012
Summary: "Brothers in Arms: Double Time" is way underrated. It is actually a great game where you actually have control of up to 2 squads of soldiers acting as a fire team and an assault team. There are also times when you get to control a tank. I actually liked this game better than the Call of Duty games.
Summary: I bought this 2-game package for the Wii, but I want you to note, that I owned and played Call of Duty: World at War prior to playing both Hill 30 and Earned in Blood. WAW is a great game in its own right, but for different reasons.
Summary: the story line is great the graphics for the wii are fantastic it lets you experience the gore and violence of war its by far the best shooting game on wii I have ever played it makes you feel like your there the controls flow smoothly with the game the ai is good it is HARD when you get to...
Summary: Let me first say that this is a great game for world war 2 enthusiasts. The detail to guns,clothing, insignia is great. Starting off it is basically the same games from the ps2 version. They just ported them to the wii and added motion controls. Double Time comes with two games.
Summary: First of all, lets get things straight. This is a lazy port of two Playstation 2 games and, as such, graphics are much below Wii's standards. It is not that bad in terms of textures and polygons, as this was a good looking PS2, but framerate take a hit quite often.
Summary: Brothers in Arms: Double Time for the Nintendo Wii has received very little attention in the reviewing world, either from professionals or consumers themselves. Any attention it has been given, though, has been largely negative or sub-par.
Summary: This game is the combination of the previously released Brothers in Arms Hill to Road 30 and Earned in Blood. There seem to be no differences thus far into playing though the body and visual co-ordiantion seem to be less precise than the PC version I am used to (or maybe I need more Wii practice).
Summary: I played Earned in Blood on the PC and was looking for the Road to Hill 30 on the PC when I found this, which includes both games ported to the Wii. Overall I found the Wii port to be a faithful rendition of the PC version.