Reviews and Problems with America's Army: True Soldiers
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America's Army: True Soldiers Reader Review - 1.0
inmaryland, IGN Entertainment
8 September 2008
Conclusion: If this game has any realistic functionality, I wish you would publish it on the game site. I don't need cheats, I need realistic functionality! To start, you have to have communication, at least with your own team, much less your CO, strike teams and vehicles, and other units on the ground. Come on, at least your own team. In the real U.S.
Just like the Military to take all the fun out of it.
Luke I. Wayman, Amazon
17 March 2008
Summary: The game America's Army, was orginally developed as a recuritment tool for the US Army back in late 2002. Popularity had caught on around late 2003. Having said that, the game differs little from the orginal source. While I'm sure that they pumped up the graphics, in order to be a little more appealing to the eye, and to use the tools at hand, the graphics aren't anything spectacular.
Summary: This game isn't quite up to par as much of the other. COD4 or GRAW2 Frankly I found it a waste of money. Single player game play is slow a bit to drawn out. Game is definitely designed for multiplayer. If your choices are Call of Duty 4 or America's Army. Call of Duty 4 is the way to go.