"This game captures all aspects of teamwork and realism."
24 January 2012
Pros: Online units are available for teaming up with other players and playing as one. There are separate lobbies for units to play against each other. These units are similar to clans in other games and contain additional features such as promotions.
Cons: The game is flawless if played correctly. There are a few glitches, but they can be avoided. The only problem evident as of right now is the need for more players. If more people played the game, it would be more enjoyable for everybody.
Summary: As someone that served in the military this game brings back memories of going through basic training. You have to learn how to do most of the same things that you would have to do in basic without all the marching and PT and whatnot. Now mind ya, this is not like most games, it is more to go and give those thinking about joining the Army what they are in for. It is more of a simulation of Army training and not a CoD or Battlefield type game.
Summary: Now I was a HUUUGE fan of the first America's Army game. I absolutely loved it and with updated graphics that game could beat out cod and bf3 on today's standards, however, True Soldier left a lot to be desired. I disliked it because it didn't feel like a true successor. The hud didn't feel right and it seemed like the spotting system just got in the way also the maps felt incredibly unbalanced.