The complexity of the classes, the modern equipment and the entire vehicle dynamic ensure that Frontlines: Fuel of War is one of the, if not THE most cerebral and strategic online FPS action available at the moment. This is only good news if you want to get involved in big online matches where teamwork is paramount... If you accept the rules of Frontlines: Fuel of War's fifty player battles, then you'll be rewarded with the kind of entertainment that Chromehounds mavens completely understand; the same stuff that makes the general gaming populous sits there scratching its head, ironically.
Those that get it will play Frontlines: Fuel of War until the disc wears out. Those that miss the point will have this one back at EB Games the next day– happy to accept the $40 depreciation of their purchase. But even with such strong, complex multiplayer support, TeamXbox can't give Frontlines: Fuel of War a complete nod without a single player experience somehow equaling modern, fifty man mayhem via Live. If you know your gaming role (both literally and figuratively) and actually buy Frontlines: Fuel of War based on said self-awareness instead of the marketing hype, there will be nothing but blue skies (blurred by the occasional vapor trail of course) ahead.