Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood User Reviews
-The characters are all unique and life-like. So much so that it really does make you sad when you see them get killed.
-The writing and storytelling is excellent.
-One of, if not the, most authentic WW2 games ever.
-Real military tactics.
-Very easy to use squad controls.
-More urban combat.
-Horrible framerate at times.
-Offline multiplayer is not even playable due to extremely bad framerate.
-Some dialogue has been removed.
-The maps are smaller and more linear than the XBox and PC versions.
-Too many little features removed from XBox and PC versions, like buildings, trees, or walls exploding in that aren't scripted.
-You can't have as many people in your squad as you can in the XBox/PC versions.
-Certain Weapons are removed from XBox/PC games.
-Ability to talk to your men between battles is removed
-Sometimes AI is a bit questionable
What can I say? I do like this game, but everytime I watch videos of the XBox and PC versions, I can't help but think about how badly the PS2 owners got screwed over with this game. Watch one video of the XBox version of this game, and it will look so incredible with buildings being demolished randomly, trees getting blown out of the ground, people yelling frantically in the middle of the fights all mixed together with smoother graphics. Then you go and buy the PS2 version and you wonder why exactly so many of those things were removed? Sure, your squadmates will yell sometimes in the fight...
- Improved Artifical Intelligence
- New and Some Returning Squad Mates
- Three New Weapons
- Two New Vehicles
- New Maps
- Skirmish Mode
- Storyline is SUPERB
- Online Mode is Poor Quality
- Frame Rate Issues
- Lack of "Brotherhood"
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood continues where Road to Hill 30 left off. Colonel S.L.A. Marshall, a very famous author and soldier-interviewer, is asking Joe "Red" Hartsock questions about his adventures from D-Day to St. Savouer.
Joe, instead of finding himself in a "ditch full of water" is accompanied by a Corporal by the name of Seamus Doyle from the 82nd Airborne Division. He saves Red's life, and the two begin to clear multiple positions of Germans before meeting up with Private Paddock, a member from 2nd Squad, 1st Platoon, F Company, 2nd Batallion, 502nd PIR, 101st Airborne Divisio...
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