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Submitted by griff 2265d ago | review

Edge Review: Brothers in Arms Hell's Highway

Like BIA games before it, Hell's Highway gives the player control of multiple teams of men from a first-person perspective. A single click toggles the selection between teams which can then be directed to move to a particular point, where they take cover automatically, or target particular enemies. However, opponents are reticent to present parts of their bodies to be shot off, and the inaccuracy of your weapons means that Hell's Highway demands a more methodical approach than most shooters, forcing you to make use of cover and lay down suppressing fire in order to flank entrenched foes. (Brothers In Arms Hell's Highway, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

felidae  +   2265d ago
BS ... this game is really good.

i would give it a 8.5 out of 10

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