Excerpt: The last few years World War 2 has been milked so hard that you begin to doubt if it’s smart to bring out a completely new game in this setting. NFusion thought it was and developed Hour of Victory in cooperation with publisher Midway. Has they succeeded?
Excerpt: When you play a World War II shooter to completion and can't remember a single standout moment, or even which order the levels came, you know something's wrong. Midway's Xbox 360 exclusive FPS Hour of Victory has tried to muscle in on the territory currently dominated by Call of Duty, but falls so...
Conclusion: Hour of Victory provides little unique features to the first person shooter genre and presents these with poor graphics by today’s next generation standards. The three different characters and online play help to add playability to the game, but not for long enough.
Excerpt: A few hours too late. Personally, I have not had an overly extensive exposure to too many WWII shooters, but even I felt this was game was just a hot mess of recycled genericness. Yes, genericness. So, Allied forces have discovered the Nazis are attempting to develop an atomic blah blah blah.
Summary: Hour of Victory allows you to play a key role in the pivotal and cinematic battles from the European and North African theaters of World War II, using the skills and gameplay style you choose.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Having been greatly interested in this new WW2 first person shooter from Midway when it was first announced (come on, the game looked interesting), I was greatly disappointed by the poor show of the demo which was released in May.
Excerpt: Ill try and keep this review short and sweet. If Hour of Victory was to be described in a single sentence, it would be that its a game that fails to achieve anything that it sets out to, and that its lack of polish in its presentation, coupled by its flawed execution, results in a game that feels...