Reviews and Problems with America's Army: True Soldiers
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America's Army: True Soldiers
17 September 2008
Excerpt: America's Army , which was released as a recruiting tool by the United States Army, was a surprise success. Not only was it a fun multiplayer game, but the price was right - free. However, the same can't be said about America's Army: True Soldiers , the franchise's first 360 release.
Conclusion: Can be found cheap for $20 at GameStop or Game Crazy. I rate this game as a 4/5. If you want a realistic shooter, pick this up, if you like aradey COD 4 stylish games, and dont like anything harder than that, stay away from AATS as if it were the Plague EDIT: If you are gonna leave me a negative...
Conclusion: It's a terrible shame when you have a game that's suppose to represent the actions and training of the United States army and its one of the worst FPS experiences you will come across on the Xbox 360.
Conclusion: America's Army: True Soldierss is more of a recruiting tool than an actual game. It fails miserably to entertain most gamers, as many will be bored by the slow plodding gameplay, put off by the imprecise controls, or simply revolted by the bombarding of military rhetoric.
Summary: When America's Army was first released for the PC as a clever means of boosting military recruitment numbers, there were two key factors working in its favor: It was both free and surprisingly fun to play.
Pros: A wide variety of customizable multiplayer modes, Weapons and equipment have a realistic feel, Interesting character-progression system
Cons: Moving around is clunky and awkward, Extremely dated visuals, Campaign will put you to sleep, It's a long ways from free