Summary: I think my title explains it the best, I played the original kingdom under fire to 100% completion and there is not much of a difference between that and this game. I will say that the learning curve is steep on this game, and the controls are not entirely intuitive during large battles and it sometimes feels like you lost a battle due to the controls more then the enemy.
Summary: Mass battles that are still easily manageable, despite always being in the middle of all the action. It's like KUF: The Last Crusade, only with more battles. My favorite Xbox game. Just remember though...Urukbarr's missions suck.
Summary: If you like the first game then this is definitely a must. It basically is an expansion of the previous game and follows the same way of playing. My only problem with the game is the re-usage of fmv from the previous game.
Summary: This is a great game. Quite challenging and at times too challenging. I found myself wondering at times if the games makers even wanted you to be able to finish this one. If you didn't finish "Kingdom Under Fire the Crusaders", don't even get this one because it will be too much for you. You'll break many valuable objects in your house. It can be quite frustrating.
Summary: I've played and beaten the other Kingdom Under Fire game, it was pretty good, but not the best. The graphics were nice, and the music will get on one's nerves every so often, the gameplay will get boring and you will move on to another fun fulfilling game in a matter of minutes if you can't get into this one in time. I'm not going to speak for other people, but the game requires you to think more than to have any action time, which is good in some ways.
Summary: The kingdom under fire series are by far the best games that I have ever played. Being a huge fan of fantasy, these games let me live the battles that I dream about,not just watch them, though The Lord Of The Rings movies captured my love for fantasy. Anyway back to the game. The KUF series has everything I've ever wanted in a game, BIG, VIOLENT, BATTLES.
Conclusion: Operation Flashpoint: Elite is the hard-core tactical first-person shooter that tac-shooter fans have always dreamed of, despite industry-influenced reviews to the contrary. This game is best reviewed by hard-core tac-shooter fans. Those who prefer Mario Kart DS aren't qualified to review this title. Think of Operation Flashpoint: Elite as Battlefield 2 with its sleeves rolled up and ready to get down to business.