PSX Extreme writes: "The FPS genre may be the most competitive in gaming today, which means if you come up even a little short, you will pale in comparison. This is what happened with Ubisoft's latest installment in the Brothers in Arms series, which may appeal to the hardcore World War II enthusiast but can't break through into the elite, finely honed category. Hell's Highway does have a lot going for it, but at the end of the day, the graphical and gameplay glitches pile up, thereby forcing us to harp on the negatives and ultimately giving us a sense of incompleteness. We just couldn't play for more than a half-hour without stumbling across a rather glaring flaw, and in retrospect, such drawbacks detracted from an otherwise entertaining experience. Furthermore, while it tries to blend team strategy with straight-up FPS action, we believe Gearbox should've just picked a style and went with it. As is, this is one game that could've used more polish and more time behind closed doors, despite a decent inherent fun factor."