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Submitted by combocaster 509d ago | review

Rising Storm Review | ComboCaster

Although there are some games on the war in the Pacific during World War II, the vast majority continue to explore the European war against the Nazis. The truth is that it is a more interesting topic, but there is still plenty to explore on stage Pacific. Rising Storm is not exactly a game Anonymous, is part of Red Orchestra 2, one of the games responsible for perpetuating the idea that the war was just in Europe, but with the Tripwire Rising Storm came to bring some of the atmosphere of forgotten Second World War .

As Red Orchestra 2, there was a great attention to detail in Rising Storm, both in gameplay itself which is quite realistic as the whole story and environments. The game is much more complicated than simply point and shoot. You need to calculate eg the distance and weight of our bullets. It is not as simple as any CoD and a bad calculation ends with a shot and the enemy failed to deal to teach us how. (PC, Rising Storm) 8.5/10

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