Reviews and Problems with World War II: Prisoner of War
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Sound quality 6
Escape to victory - without the football match!
17 April 2006
Excerpt: "Prisoner of War was bought pre-owned for £12.97 and promised to be a very interesting game - you take on the persona of a prisoner within a Second World War prisoner of war camp in Germany tasked with escaping. The basics of the game involve being introduced to life in the camp - what you should be doing and where you have to be at certain times during the day. You have to be at morning and evening roll call or the guards will come looking for ...
Pros: good graphics - easy to pick up controls - original storyline
Excerpt: "When I heard previews for this game it sounded great but actually playing it is a different story. In the preview it said every object int he game can sink or float. In the real game I just didn't care I like the concept of the game trying to escape Nazi camps, by sneaking around people but its very frustrating because I never know where I am supposed to go. The game does a bad job in showing you which building is which. The plot is simple ...
Summary: Prisoner of War était prévu par les médias comme un très grand hit de l'année 2002. Je me disais même, enfin un jeu d'infiltration ultra réaliste nous mettant dans la peau d'un prisonier de cette guerre qui à fait couler tant d'encre. L'intro nous mets tout de suite dans le sujet, un des meilleur aviateur américain se crache dans une prairie ou grouille nos grands copains, les allemands. Bien sur par la suite le Capitaine Stone sera emmené dans un camps de prisonnier.