Brothers In Arms® 2 Free+
by: Gameloft • 122.6K
Brothers in Arms is one of those games that you either love or hate. Even though graphics are great and gameplay is smoother than most FPSs, be forewarned of its freemium formula because it might be a point when you would have preferred to pay for the entire game. It's a pity that such a great game be so frustrating. If you fail a mission, there'd be a cool down time to retry it unless you pay with the in-game currency - dogtags. If you feel that your rifle had enough trouble at the 1st WW and doesn't deserve to play its part on the 2nd -in other words, if you're tired of needing three shots to gun down an enemy soldier- you can buy far better weapons in the shop...in exchange for your valuable dogtags, of course, which are quite hard to earn and you would prefer to trade them for first aid kits or ammo. Once you leave the game, the war continues on its own in the form of notifications in your status war.
Of course, you can put real money on the table in order to get a bunch of dogtags in question. That's how freemium games work, but there should be a midway (pardon WW2 pun) between humiliating the player and wheedle him out. In exchange, just in case we weren't clear enough, graphics are great but not the greatest; gameplay is smooth and there are 5 languages supported.
Don't forget there's an initial additional downloading of 250 Mb, so look for a wifi and a quarter of hour or so of spare time. Great option if you don't feel comfortable paying for Modern Combat 3 or if you prefer WW2 settings instead of contemporary warfare. You know, it's free, so why don't give it a go? You'll always be in time to pick up any other Gameloft game later.
by Peter , Appszoom
Jan 03, 2012