GamesRadar: ArmA II Review

There's a fantastic military simulation here, with genuinely spontaneous moments of tense drama and elation arising from intelligent and dynamic systems, but it's obscured by the awkward relationship between hard-scripting and dynamic AI, as well as the unfriendly interface. Fans will look right past these problems and enjoy the game endlessly – and that's sort of the point for Bohemia - they don't seem terribly interested in presenting their game in a way that attracts new players. ArmA II is the pinnacle of fan service.

Where that ultimately leaves you depends on whether you're "into this sort of thing".

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