Rated 10 out of 10 by SGT.Matt Baker 101st airborne GREAT GAME!
This is one of the best shooters ever if you like games in which you get to shoot people then this is a must buy. You really get to command your squad the commands are suppressing fire-squad fires on enemy endlessly making him unable to fire. Move-makes either your fire team or assault team to any position. Assault-your team will run to wards the enemy while shooting if enemy not dead by the time your team is close your team will kill them with a melee attack [Not Recommended because your team almost always dies on the way up there]. Fall In-Your squad will follow you. Fall Out-Your squad will go find cover. So if you do not own this game then whats wrong with you? On like the 5th or 6th mission you get a tank you can climb on the tanks machine gun and tell your tank to move places while you are on it trust me it's a lot of fun.
Rated 3 out of 10 by Da Gamer Not That Good Of Game
This game wasn't that fun at all. I wish it was a better game than this. it wasn't that challenging and the graphics were poor. The game seemed a little too short, but I guess if you like a boring game, this would be the one. It wasn't all that bad. I mean I played it for a while, but when I think about it I think, "Wow, this could have been better." It was fun at first, then it got boring. I'm not saying it will be a bad game for you, it just might. I think they could have made this game a little more life like. When the person died he would sometimes lay out flat and perfectly straight. That was a really fake if you think about it. That's one thing that was really weird about it. If it was more real I would love this game. So if I could give it a rating 1 to 10, I'd give it -10.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Brothers in arms obbsession One of the best world war 2 games.
This game is one of the best squad based games ever. The story line was a little long but entertaining. The weapons were authentic from the M1 garand to the panzerschreck perfect. It was hard but not so hard you wanna give up. The graphics were almost perfect they just could of made the Kruats (Germans) a little different in uniform here and there, instead of sticking with the normal gray. Gameplay makes up for it though. Wondering how they got this game so perfect, I can play it over and over again. Ubisoft has made it perfect. You could hear the the bullets fly right past your face. If a bomb blows on your right you'll hear the dirt fly to your left. It was all perfect I would totally reccomend this game. Just go ahead and challenge your self to the next level go a head do it.
Rated 9 out of 10 by UnNamedMan Capital S, W, E, E, T
Amazing game. Has an epic storyline to it, sweet graphics. Ubisoft made on of the best WWII Games ever. Has a challenge to it as you advane through the game. It is so great, you will wanna play it over again. It get sad at the parts where you lose squad mates, but Sgt. Baker never gave up in the game. I have one more word to describe the game, AMAZING!
Rated 10 out of 10 by armydude131 Awesome!!!!!!!!!!
this game is awesome. It was a challange for at first(and still is) I have beat it 2 times already and still love it. it is my favorite game!!!
Rated 10 out of 10 by Nathan C. H. Amazing Game!
The first game that will automatically come to my mind these days when people talk about World War 2 is Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30. Even though this game came out a few years ago, it is still in my game library and will be for a long time to come. This game was really the pioneer of combat games that allow you to control your squad and let you be in control, unlike the other WW2 games where you pretty much can't do anything with your squad members at all. I've talked to people that dislike the feature of controlling your squad, but I really like to be in control of the game and be able to use things like that to my advantage. I'm not going to lie about this, the graphics are far from good, but they can't take away from the gameplay and storyline which is a good thing. Another thing that I really liked about this game was that you really got to know Matt Baker and the things he felt throughout his twelve days of hell. By the end of the game you feel like you sat down and had a conversation with him. This game was pretty lengthy, which was one more thing to like about it. I forget how many missions there were total, but I think there were about three missions a day so that all adds up to a lot of playing time. The controls are really simple, especially controlling your squad. At first I was a little worried about having to give orders to my men, but once you get the hang of it, it really pays off. The screen shows you pretty much anything you need to know; how much health you have, how much health your squad members have, how much ammo you have, where your squad is, what team (fire or assault, sometimes a tank) you are controlling, and, by bringing up the tactical map, you can view your objectives and how many enemy units are around you. There is no doubt in my mind that you will truly enjoy Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30. If you like World War 2 games, this game has your name written all over it.