Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30
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Very good game.
AnonymouslyConfused , GameStop
5 December 2009
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: 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.
Realistic, occasionally frustrating rendition of squad-based WWII combat.
12 July 2006
Summary: With Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30, developer Gearbox has created a strategy-oriented first-person shooter that tests more than your hand-eye coordination. To succeed at the game, you will have to become proficient with some basic squad commands and learn to "suppress and flank" in the midst of a firefight.
Summary: Great game. The research gone into this game to get as authentic as possible was extensive. It starts to feel like you're really on a WWII battlefield when you're hunched behind a barricade ducking shots from the Germans. I played the first Medal of Honor when it first came out, and I remember that was really the first WWII-based first person shooter and it got a lot of respect. I thought it was OKAY, but Brothers In Arms is much more authentic and just a better game.
Summary: This is my review to the game Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30. Graphics- The graphics on this game are very good, not the best ever but a good and solid. The enviroments aren't as good as they should be, but the charecter models are awe insipiring. Sound- The sound is suprisingly good. Gun shots are loud and tanks roar. It also features an great collection of classical music. Thats about it. Gameplay- The game is a hybrid of real time strategy and first person shooter.
Summary: If your looking for an intense WW2 combat game that is still realistic this is a great game. The game boasts smart AI, realistic graphics, and also the ability to make the player grow attached to his AI squad of paratroopers. However, the game has a few glitches. For Example, in the game you can not jump over a wall or through hedges.
Summary: Oh joy, yet another WWII era game with their antique weapons! That's what I thought when I saw this. I mean why did we need another WWII action game? But hey, surprise the heck out of me but this one is fantastic! In this game you play Sgt. Matt Baker a member of the Airborne rangers taking place at the dawn of the Normany invasion as you jump behind enemy lines into the French countryside.
Summary: I thought this was an excellent game! Although the squad-based genre has overtaken the market (Republic Commando, Ghost Recon 2), in this game you get to experience the war through the view of a WWII US Paratrooper with the 502nd PIR. You start off by yourself, but are soon taught to lead one man, then a squad, then a Fire Team and an Assault team!
R. Luzarraga "Knows what he is talking about.", Amazon
16 April 2005
Summary: I was so amazed by how real the game felt The sound is the most impressive. it give noise from one side of the t.v. when the bullet is coming then on the other side when its gone It has a emotiional side to it that makes you not want to get your allies killed Plus there actually useful for killing the enemy, and flanking them which as part of the strategy is so important in this game.