Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30

    Game » consists of 4 releases. Released Mar 01, 2005

    Based on a true story, take control of your squad and lead your brothers in arms to victory though France and suppress the German forces.

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    In a World That Doesn't Need Another WWII FPS, You Need This Game 0

    Brothers in Arms is yet another game that made its debut at last year's E3.  By name and content alike, it draws many comparisons to HBO's hit miniseries Band of Brothers.  This game is based on the true story of a group of paratroopers' eight days during and after D-Day.  So do we really need another World War II FPS?  Well, no...but in this case we should make an exception, because Brothers in Arms is an excellent game.  From the second the game starts, you're sucked into the experience. ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    A revolutionary WWII experiance 1

    Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30, or BIA for short, is a World War 2 first person shooter that brings innovation to a seemingly dead genre of video games. The game is set in Normandy and has you playing as Sergeant Matt Baker as you participate in the airborne invasion of Normandy France. First before anything is what makes this game truly unique and innovative, the gameplay. This isn’t your run n' gun first person shooter. Instead this game adds more strategy to the mix. There is one simple ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Rusty's Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 review. 0

     When Call of Duty came out in 2003, it made a lot of things change in the FPS genre, and shooters in general. Large scale firefights and aiming down the iron-sights has become the norm in any shooter developed from anyone who isn't id or Valve. So in 2004 when Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 was coming out, I passed it off as just a World War II game that isn't Call of Duty (I fucking loved Call of Duty). When Steam had a weekend deal a few weekends ago to get all the three Brother in Arms ga...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    An innovative game that is not for everyone 0

    As someone who is used to playing FPS games commando style, taking on hordes of zombies / nazis / aliens and whatnot with a crowbar and a revolver alone, playing a game like Brothers in Arms was quite the unmerciful change of pace and playing style.The game was made in 2005 and I have played it for the first time now in 2011. The graphics are decent and as good as you might expect from a title that is a couple of years old, but they are still good enough to immerse you in the frenzy of a World W...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    Game Review #2: Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 – Gearbox Software 0

    This review, and the review of it’s sequel, Earned in Blood, are written in lieu of finishing Max Hastings’ Historical Piece Overlord, which gave me advanced insights on top of my existing knowledge regarding the combat during the Battle for Normandy. The first Brothers in Arms title, Road to Hill 30, I finished earlier, in early January, and I timed my playtime of Earned in Blood to coincide with finishing Overlord. For now, we focus on the first game. Road to Hill 30 was released f...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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