Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30
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Beats out any modern WWII game: hands down
NickW , GameStop
18 February 2013
Summary: I had this game when I was a little younger for the original Xbox platform. Keep in mind I owned almost every Call of Duty and Medal of Honer game that was released for the original Xbox (not to mention now for the 360). Even with having played all those games I can honestly say it is if not the best, one of the best WWII games that was released on a 6th generation platform.
Summary: Overall this is a very good game. The graphics are good and the levels are well designed. The controls work decent. I am used to running up and shooting the enemy and this game is different as you actually need a strategy and it is a nice change of pace. The storyline is well told and probably one of the best I have seen in a World War 2 shooter. The game features a lot of innovation as to how you partake in the missions.
Summary: Brothers in arms road to hill 30 in my opinion could have had a bit of a better ending, the graphics were very well done except for when they talk which is a hard thing to animate sometimes the characters mouth will not move when they talk but in all i liked the graphics. The sound was well done i had no problems with the sound. The game play was one of the best games i have ever played. I am never going to sell this game.
Summary: This is one of THE BEST WWII games out there on the market. Im sure you are wondering " An kindof outdated game,hmmm...how could this actually be good?" Well, its a wonderful game becuase of the sound.It's superb! How you can Flank, supress, and keep your enimies pinned down and attack them when they are like that is AWSOME!..It's exellent becuase you can issue squad command orders. It's pretty much your choice of who lives and who dies by the commands.
Summary: This game is awesome, it puts every ww2 games on xbox to rest, it has everything, a squad to command, and you get to fight as the 101st. With the next game coming out which is very anticipated, this game is the mother of the series. Launching the series into fame! The game is just plane fun to play and fun to use your squad tactics.
Summary: I have played many terrible games (Halo, Hour of Victory, Kengo, etc.), but this comes up just shy of 1st. The hit detection is the worst I have ever seen. You can stand point blank and unload an entire clip and they won't die. The whole flanking thing gets old real quick. This hardly feels like an FPS and more like a strategy. The graphics are terrible. They look fresh out of 2000. The story gets so boring because in the long run, all you do is flank.
Summary: Ubisoft made a smart choice in taking "Brothers in Arms" in a slightly different direction from the "Call of Duty" and "Medal of Honor" series. Rather than trying to one-up those games, which had nearly perfected the WWII FPS and exhausted the storylines, BiA drops the player into the role of a paratrooper in charge of various platoons of allies.
Summary: You know, I am sick of all the hype about this game by a bunch of weenies that don't seem to know real combat, real weapons or realism of any sort beyond what they see on their TV screens. This game is not the authentic real life war on-the-battlefield war game that all the geeks are hyping and signing the party line the company puts out. I bought two of these games after reading the reviews and I have to say that you people don't know what you are talking about.