Publicado: 18 de mayo
The Brothers in Arms series is my favorite in the WW2 FPS genre, but this is definitely my second favorite. It's essentially the same formula you see in most WW2 shooters, but instead of having linear levels, each mission is a reasonably large map with multiple objectives that you can take on in any order. The game drops you into the map by airplane, and you can parachute to wherever you want to start (there are designated green smoke "safe zones" where the enemies don't spawn, but you're generally free to experiment with landing wherever you think would give you the best advantage). You can find a decent amount of standard WW2 guns throughout the levels, and each of them has 3 levels of upgrade attachments that you unlock after getting a certain amount of kills with each one.
With that being said, there's a reason it's only my second favorite. For one thing, the game is really short - it only has 6 missions, which each last somewhere close to an hour each. They're largely unconnected, and for the most part the other soldiers are all just a bunch of faces, with no real narrative or characters to give more purpose to the nazi killing like you might be used to in other shooters in the genre. The game's AI is also pretty severely lacking, and tend to navigate the levels in a way that hints that they weren't really ready to make a game where you aren't on a set path. It's not usually noticeable for the enemies that are spawned into the game when you first begin a mission, but for freshly spawned enemies and allies it can be pretty bad.
Overall I'd still recommend it, if only because it's so old now that it's only $10, which in my opinion is worth it for a game as fun as this even as short as it is. But if $10 for 6 hours isn't enough for you, it might be better to wait for a sale. Either way, I'd recommend it if you like WW2 games.