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GDN - Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Multiplayer Hands-on

GDN - On paper Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad looks great, in fact on paper it looks like the best title to come out on PC for years: a PC gamer’s wet dream. It’s PC exclusive, designed from the ground up for modability, a theatre of WW II that is often ignored by most WW II games, has a dynamic cover system, realism based features implemented well, solid player animations, multiple game modes and maps, tank combat intertwined with ground pounding, pretty much everything but planes! The problem is it’s almost 2012, and this game feels like it was made in 2008. On paper Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad looks great, in fact on paper it looks like the best title to come out on PC for years: a PC gamer’s wet dream. It’s PC exclusive, designed from the ground up for modability, a theatre of WW II that is often ignored by most WW II games, has a dynamic cover system, realism based features implemented well, solid player animations, multiple game modes and maps, tank combat intertwined with ground pounding, pretty much everything but planes! The problem is it’s almost 2012, and this game feels like it was made in 2008.

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caboose321742d ago

It's actually very good.

Dont judge a game by its graphics.

gw4k1742d ago

Sorry, graphics are important to me!

caboose321742d ago

Yea I can see where you are coming from, I love games with amazing graphics too, but a game can be amazing looking and still have awful game play mechanics.

This game is the other way around.

Legion1742d ago

Why the duplication in the preview here? Does nobody edit their submissions before they approve??? Someone needs to check on this post and find out how it got approved without the simplest of edits that are obviously needed!