Summary: Sorry, but the game makes you go through this tutorial course that is the slowest, most boring thing I've ever had to suffer through. The guy in the game would say "You can press the B button to do this" *I press the B button, nothing happens, the dude keeps talking* "Now, press the B button to do this NOW" *then I press the B button and the tutorial advances to the guy saying "You can press the A button to do this...
Summary: I got this game after reading all the positive reviews and seeing a special about this game on G4TV. My intrest in this game lasted maybe 8 hours. After that I became fustrated and bored. The graphics are awesome and that is the best thing about this game. Other than that it doesn't take very long to complete or keep your intrest. There is the standard camera clipping that occurs. And the sound bites will drive you crazy.
Summary: In its eager attempt to be realistic, this game looses a lot of its potential excitement. I don't even consider it very realistic - I often find myself firing at a fully exposed oponent, using the most powerful weaponry available, for maybe 5 minutes with no result. I know the idea is to flank the enemy, but why flank him when I have him in my sights, all exposed and ready to go down? Furthermore, the game seems awkwardly 'scripted'.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would a great game from the reviews I saw in this section. Not true. First, it's way too short. I bought it Thurday and was finished Sunday, and that's playing it about an hour a day. The controls are easy to pick up and the graphics are great. That's about where the good things end. There aren't enough enemies, you're squad members' accuracy is terrible, the missions are easy, and the commands the team leaders use are so repetitive.
Summary: When my brother's friend came over with this game, I didn't feel that this was a game to like, as I am not really interested in American military tactics. I know that is very unique in it's originality and presentation. But I never really fell in love with this game, even with all the hype that it had received before it's release, I dont like this game.
Summary: This game has a lot going for it: good graphics, good sound, and an innovative idea. You command a squad of foot soldiers: ordering them to move and take cover, or to lay down supressive fire. But after a while, the game gets very repetitive. Before long, it seems like you're doing the same thing over and over: move a squad to cover, have them lay down suppressive fire while the other squad moves, then throw a smoke or frag grenade.