Reviews and Problems with America's Army: True Soldiers
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DO NOT BUY!!!
Joseph Karl Cole, Amazon
17 April 2014
Summary: Horrible graphics. I strongly recommend you do NOT buy this game. Its like playing a cartoo. You dont even get to use real bullets. You shoot blue paintballs. And when the enemy get hit, they dont die, they SIT DOWN!!!!!
Summary: This game totally sucks.I thought it might play like any Call of Duty game,but only gives you training missions.It freezes constantly and the AI people shooting at you can hit you even if you are hiding behind cover.People will have their mouths moving even though they aren't even talking.Like I said,don't waste your money.
Summary: This game is terrible, I thought that this game was going to be like the original ghost recon games with a US army label on it. I was wrong, I thought that this could be played as a solo game with AI teammates it is not either you play by your self as one person alone fighting the enemy or you can play the missions on line with human team mates.
Summary: This might be the worst game I have ever played in my life! Even with the pistol you can't control your aim, let alone any other weapon. The slightest of trees and twigs stop you in your tracks leaving you vulnerable to anything that is out there. When I first used the sniper I could barely see the cross hairs. Your team mates? What team mates? When you get shot down don't expect them to come help you, all they do is stand there and shoot at nothing.
Summary: Well, to start this off the demo is pretty terrible. So if that's all you've played, the game gets worse. The controls are not fine tuned, you either stay still or run. You can't get reliable friendly AI units, all yours do in a firefight on the second wargame is shoot rocks while you get cut down by the two dozen Opfor surrounding you. And even though YOU brave enemy fire to heal your teamates, they leave you out to dry.
Summary: This game promised to be a realistic shooter, designed by the Army itself, that forced players to use tactics and teamwork in order to succeed- ostensibly to offer average gamers an appreciation of what it's like to be part of a real military unit. Sadly, the game utterly fails to deliver on that promise. I would start by saying the graphics are last-gen but last-gen graphics would surely be insulted by such a statement.