Reviews and Problems with America's Army: True Soldiers
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22 April 2013
Summary: If you are looking for a great game that rewards you for working as a team, this is it. In order to be promoted you must earn Honor (not most kills in a game). To earn Honor u need to work as a team and medic injured teammates or drag them out of the line of fire.
Summary: I purchased this game as a substitute for modern warfare, (read first before calling me a complete idiot) It, sadly did not compare :( (keep waiting CoD fans) However their were things in this game that made it very memorable. Such as: the menu's theme song is VERY patriotic :).
Summary: Tough game. Don't expect to go for broke straight out of the box. To get to the meat of the game you really have to develop your Soldier on the ranges and in training missions. If you want auto-aiming and the ability to save your game just before the going gets tough, then COD4, Ghost Recon and such...
Summary: ok first let me start off by saying that I am actually a soldier so I had mixed feelings going into this game. If you have played the one for PC you would know why. I will say this though, i am pleasantly suprised.
Summary: There are allot of reviews on the net for this game, so I am just adding my 2 cents I guess, but I will give the + and the -. On the + side... This game is %98 on line, and is never the same game twice. Its hard to get board when you have new people to play with every time you load the game.
Very Realistic but lacking graphics and other small things
Layne Nielsen, Amazon
15 June 2008
Summary: Okay, first of all, the aiming is the biggest turn down. When holding a pistol you look down the sight and the weapon sways tremendously, as if you were holding a sniper in Call of Duty. I understand it is realistic but It really messes up your shooting.
Summary: Apparently these reviewers didn't get enough kickbacks to actually spend time playing the game. It's not perfect, but for those with the attention span to play realistic games, it's the best on the 360 and very good.
Summary: It definatly sems liek the "critics" out there who get paid to find negatives on games got their money's worth. It also seems liek they should lose their job because out of all the reviews i have read, none of them actually played the game or they would have known what they were talking about.