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.
Conclusion: We have to ask ourselves " Is gameplay enough to make a FPS worth your hard earned cash?"The answer with operation flashpoint:elite is NO! Rent it first and see! We all know gameplay is the most important part of any game but when its coupled with poor graphics an awkward control system and garbled comunication on xbox live the frustration soon turns to anger, as this game has some really good elements but I expected more from a game that has been four years porting from...
Conclusion: I just got this game the other day and wow its amazing. i was looking at reveiws from other people and alot of people said it was really good and that is what made me want to go out and buy it. Also many people complained that it was too hard well it isnt that hard and what would be the point of a game that is easy and you can blow throught it with no problem ... thats not fun just use your brain a little bit and you can get through it.
Summary: For me, Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes was a rare impulse buy - after hearing good things about the original game from friends, the images on the back and the 4 ratings on the front cover (Official Xbox Magazine rated ELITE, 9.0/10 "A must have title", E3's Editors Choice for best in show 2005, dubbed "One of the Xbox's best offerings".
Excerpt: "For me, Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes was a rare impulse buy - after hearing good things about the original game from friends, the images on the back and the 4 ratings on the front cover (Official Xbox Magazine rated ELITE, 9.0/10 "A must have title", E3's Editors Choice for best in show 2005, dubbed "One of the Xbox's best offerings". Only available on Microsoft's Xbox console, Online Enabled (for a now defunct Xbox Live service), KUFH was developed ...
Summary: Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes is an amazing game, when I brought the game I was surprised about all the features that were in it and how superbly executed that they all were. You control soldiers and issue commands to them all while fighting alongside them simultaneously in real time. This game provides a fantastic blend of action, RTS and RPG and delivers on all fronts. I'll sum this epic gem up in sections: The gameplay is rather unique.
Summary: Kingdom Under Fire Heroes, is much longer than any other Kingdom Under Fire, and it has more characters. The Story is great, and some of it continues of from Kingdom Under Fire The Crusaders. The main Character is Walter, who recieves a message from God to destroy an evil artifact. Unknown to Walter and the other person who recieved this message(The Pope)this message was actually from a demon...The Lord of Darkness. Anyway enough about the story, what about the missions?
Summary: I will tell you now, it is better to be a veteran of the original game before playing this. I am and I still got wasted after the first few of Ellen's missions, the game difficulty is seriously cranked up, it is even tougher than the first one. The story line is awesome, gameplay rocks, it is a perfect blend of strategy and combat. This game absolutely rocks but it is NOT for the faint of heart.
Summary: Admittedly, I started playing this (having already bought and completed the original), then put it away for a while to play something easier. The first two characters have some immensely difficult parts in their levels - Walter's is the search for the ancient heart with Rithrin - having faced an infinite army you have to take on about 4 units of flame wraiths all casting meteor? Took me ages to think of the solution, then I had to restart the game and spend all my exp.