"As for the actual story being told in this epic microcosm of The Big One, well, good luck trying to follow it. The Hell's Highway tale is told in a convoluted series of flashbacks that serve to flesh out the same story told from other angles in the previous two Brother's in Arms games. If you haven't played those or simply can't remember what happened, well, just sit back and enjoy the narrative's amazing cinematics, nod and smile knowingly. It doesn't actually matter.
As a somewhat cerebral, more methodized take on first-person-shooters, Hell's Highway also makes for a meatier, online multiplayer game that seems to be attracting players more mature than your average teen-angst-addled, comp-courageous shooters and showboaters, which is nice.
Either way, though occasionally flawed and sometimes unwieldy, Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway is certainly a solid squad-based shooter, and the fact that there aren't that many of this sub-genre shooter ilk out there makes it a tantalizing stray form the norm."