Summary: Graphics are below average. Game physics are average. Dialogue is average, somewhat cliche' but has some entertaining parts reminiscent of movies like the Dirty Dozen. Nevertheless, after about an hour of gameplay, I started really enjoying it. Using the Support Wheel to call in airstrikes, tanks, troops, transportation, machine gun nests, artillery is what makes the game addicting and hard to put down.
Summary: This is a nice game to play. It takes about a half an hour to learn and then it's easy. I love strategy games, and I love shooters. This game mixes the two to create a really enjoyable time. Ignore the graphics, they aren't the best and you will really enjoy the way this game was done.
Summary: I just recently bought this game, and I must say, I'm a bit dissappointed. Dont get me wrong, this is an entertaining game if you want to kill some time, or want to try out some early Xbox 360 games. But it is in no way played with an "A Team" mentality that was portrayed when it first came out years ago. So to put it in so many words, this game is simply, unfinished. When I first heard about this game and its concept, I was extremely excited believe it or not.
Conclusion: I was not expecting a great deal from this game and came away from it somewhat confused. The whole game seems to be self-contradictory. The graphics have some excellent moments and some poor moments, as does the sound. The same can be said for the gameplay - there are many sections or events that make you sit up and think "wow - that's really cool", but sadly there seem to be almost as many moments that frustrate or disappoint.
Summary: The game is great for teens. There is strategy involved and the game play is simple. I would not recommend this game for adults. The difficulty level is easy, however, the story line I thought was good.
Summary: The game itself is OKAY, however, after playing COD on XBOX360, I was very disappointed. After playing for hours and getting far in the game, I wasn't able to save the game I just played, and had to start all over. As a serious gamer, I can live with the glitches in the graphics etc, but not to be able to save a game when I got so far, is very disappointing. I wish I had just rented the game first and not spent the $60.00.
Summary: The Outfit is OK but i`ve seen MUCH better-the fact that it uses squads doesn`t mean its original either-"Brothers In Arms" beat it there. But it is not the usual "dark" WWII game its very colorful and its explosive fun. Oh yeah..
This is a Great Game****4 Stars Overall**** Revised Review
J. S Thomas "Jethro", Amazon
22 March 2006
Summary: At first i gave it 3 stars based upon the demo, but revised this to 4 stars overall...after I rented the game and have since purchased it mainly for the xbox live gaming which ive found very fun. If any of you have seen the movie Kelly's Heroes this is kinda like that in a way. You know when watching the movie that its not a serious war movie but a fun to watch exciting movie with guys behind the lines outnumbered, cracking jokes the whole way and blasting the enemy, not...
Summary: Relic and THQ's first Xbox 360 game, The Outfit, has a simple concept that is stuck between a confused classification: Green vs. Tan, just like the Army Men days, with gameplay that jumps between real-time strategy and all-out action. This genre confusion, as well as other gameplay annoyances and disappointing visuals, make me wish that Relic took a little more time whipping The Outfit into shape, because in too many places, this soldier is way out of line.