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Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 Reviews

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GamingExcellence 9.3/10 Jun 03 '05
Fragland 92% Apr 21 '05
Gamenikki 7/10 Oct 09 '05
Gamer's Hell 7.5/10 Apr 12 '05
Actiontrip 83% Mar 19 '05
EuroGamer 9/10 Mar 31 '05
Game Over 90% Apr 12 '05
GameSpot 9.0/10 Mar 18 '05
Gamespy 4.5/5 Mar 18 '05
IGN PC 9.1/10 Mar 15 '05
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Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 Previews

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"It seems incredible that such a saturated genre can still produce something fresh, but Gearbox deserves big manly bear hugs and ferocious slaps on the back for delivering on its promises. Its current chart success is well deserved, and for those of you bored of Medal Of Honor and jaded about Call Of Duty's me-too approach and stubbornly unconvinced that Brothers In Arms really doesn't offer anything new, we suggest you try it. You might just love it."
"By bringing together the best aspects of squad-based shooters with the freedom of a more action-oriented shooter, Brothers in Arms offers a unique gameplay experience in the unlikeliest of genres."
"With Brothers in Arms, Gearbox didn't just come up with an innovative concept of action and squad-based strategy -- it manages to get a lot of it right the first time out. The squad-based combat is handled elegantly, from the simple control scheme to the ability to switch out to a birds-eye view to strategize, and injects some life into a genre we thought had been milked for good. If you're a fan of WWII games like Call of Duty or Medal of Honor, and don't mind something with a little more emphasis on strategy, it's a game well worth picking up."
"Offering up engaging, squad-based battles and presenting it all in an authentic yet undeniably cinematic setting, Brothers in Arms is a game that, to borrow a phrase from General Patton, 'grabs you by the nose and kicks you in the ass.'"