Extremely Poor Design Choices Crush Almost All Positivity And Potential
3 weeks ago
Summary: I'm not very familiar with the Conflict series, so I can't speak about experience with the previous games. That being said, when I came across this title, I was a little intrigued. At the very least, it seemed to be unique and different.
Summary: Anyone who's familiar with the Conflict series on the PS2, Gamecube and Xbox will fondly remember the great games released before this one. Conflict desert storm, Conflict- Back to Baghdad, Conflict- Vietnam and Conflict- Global terror amongst the other games released by Pivotal.
Summary: This game has good things and bad things so this review will be in pros and cons format. Pros: Very cheap at retail. Fairly realistic (as far as damage taken/death) in a war setting (besides the "revive" stuff). Graphics are okay. Story and settings are fairly interesting.
Summary: I like the graphics & I haven't had much trouble with the AI yet. I am playing on easy difficulty so that might be part of it. I usually play as Graves because he gets killed to quick on his own.
Summary: I like the graphics and I haven't had much trouble with the AI yet. I am playing on easy difficulty so that might be part of it. I usually play as Graves because he gets killed to quick on his own.
Coop on couch. Unfortunately, you'll find yourself leaving the couch.
3 July 2011
Summary: Well I played the first level of this game so I'm not the most qualified to review this title, but I will try. The graphics leave a lot to be desired but it is a little bit older game. The gameplay itself is pretty linear. The controls are not very good.
Summary: Ironically, my favorite XBox games of all time are the original Conflict series games... Desert Storm, Global Terror, etc. I don't know what they were thinking when they made this game. It takes too many steps backward. I play strictly single-player.