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Much like World in Conflict, but set in WW2, very solid single player
campaign, and multiplayer is great fun, especially with a friend. Loading this
onto Steam gets you access to the new expansion for free, which opens up further
multiplayer modes and options.
Is an awesome game, plays like a harder version of World in Conflict.
It's impossible to rate this game. Why? Because despite five attempts and as
many hours to try and install it, when I finally did get an indication I'd been
successful it took another 14 hours on broadband downloading supposed
So what the devil is on the CD you buy with this game? What is it you get?
I know what it appears I've received – A nice package, a meaningless CD
that allegedly has a game on it (I'm now convinced it has nothing more than some
means of hooking you into downloads). Then of course there's the “instruction
booklet”, which I may as well throw away because the chances of needing it to
play the game appear minimal.
Oh and did I mention having to restore my PC after the downloads because it
stopped working! I'm not a computer whizz and just want to buy a game, plug it
in and play the damn thing! This product has failed miserably to meet any of my
expectations and will be the first and last Steam product I'll purchase.
I'm grateful to Mighty Ape for selling this alleged ‘game’ at a reduced
price. I'd feel really cheated if I'd paid maximum retail for this load of
I now believe my son who warned me off any product produced by ‘Steam’.
He apparently wasted around $500 purchasing a number of their products and lost
several days of accessing his PC as it ground through hour after hour of our
Broadband downloading their alleged “updates”. He's finally given up and
removed all Steam products from his PC.
To be honest I didn't realise I'd purchased a Steam product until it arrived
and I read the Steam registration code. Now being a trusting sort I thought
I'd give them the benefit of doubt – bad choice, its getting uninstalled
right after this review is completed and the CD and packaging may find a use
scaring birds away from my garden.
Who knows, when combined with my son's collection of Steam products they
might be good at being scarecrow replacements, because they're certainly not PC
games worthy of anymore of my attention!
Mighty Ape is 100% New Zealand owned