Back again, and here, for your reading pleasure is number 3 on my Top Ten Shooters list.
Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30
Some of you may have heard of Borderlands. It was kind of a big deal. Well, before that, the developer of Borderlands, Gearbox studios, did ports of games, chiefly among them were Halo and Counterstrike. But then, in 2005, they released their first IP, Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30, and I instantly fell in love.
Some of you may be saying “A WWII shooter? Thats been done. I’m sick of Nazis and M1 Garands.” To you I say Bah! Also, I say that Brothers in Arms was one of the earlier WWII shooters, when the genre still had a few tricks up its sleeves, and boy do they show. The main draw is the squad control, allowing you to direct your squads movements and focus their fire on specific targets. You will become a master of the Four F’s, which are Find, Fix, Flank, and Finish.
This may seem like a minor thing to some, but on harder difficulties, its an absolute necessity.
In addition to the tactical elements in play, Brothers in Arms boasts impressive gunplay, rife with realism and polish. Historical accuracy was of huge importance for the team at Gearbox, from tactics and locals, to weapons and uniforms. Experience D-Day with the 101st, dropping in behind enemy lines to help soften the defenses on the shorelines. Gearbox also creates a great cast of characters to accompany you, each with unique personalities, which immediately sucks you in and plants you firmly in the boots of SSG. Matt Baker. With both the realism you want, and the entertainment you crave, Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 is a must play for the FPS fan.