Call of Duty® 2

Call of Duty® 2

[UPDATED Feb 14th, 2021]


  • Pure CLASSIC and tons of nostalgia elements.

  • Several missions for each allied factions.

  • Intense combat fighting and atmosphere (overall).

  • Well arranging maps and environment.

  • Great soundtracks.

  • So many custom maps, skins and overhaul mods from the internet.


  • Old game mechanics: You can’t even sprint, throw back, and cook a grenade.

  • AIs are pretty much useless, their movements are somehow look ‘cartoony’, and friendly AIs are way TOO FEW in some missions.

Real player with 248.5 hrs in game

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Couldn’t decide what campaign was better

The russian campaign was incredible, the fighting in the streets, your comrads

fighting alongside you, it was amazing.

The british campaign had amazing story, fighting alongside captain price and private

macgregor, getting stuck in shitty situations with both of them like “armored car escape”

Rushing the nazis in a tank alongside other crusader tanks

The american campaign had exhilerating cinema and dialogue, like when you run off

the carrier and it explodes behind you, leaving you on the ground watching men burning and

Real player with 153.7 hrs in game

Call of Duty® 2 on Steam

Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway™

Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway™

“What is it that makes a great soldier? His brain or his heart?” - Sergeant Matthew ‘Matt’ Baker


In Brothers In Arms: Hell’s Highway you are playing as Staff Sergeant Matthew Baker also known as Matt. You are leading your men through Holland during Operation Market Garden, an Operation that had the idea of punching through the German lines in order to open a highway to give a quick end to the war and be home by Christmass.

After Normandy (First 2 BiA games), Baker’s platoon is folded into a brand new Reconnaissance platoon.

Real player with 39.4 hrs in game

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  • Great storytelling and really interesting characters.

  • Many examples of how horrifying the war is.

  • Excellent Holland landscape, structures, and environments.

  • Great soundtracks.

  • Although the commanding functions are quite complicated, but you can modify them in the option menu.

  • Historical info from the recon reports.

  • PFC. Jasper, possibly the most useful person among the entire Baker’s squad.

! Baker’s hallucination and flashbacks.


  • Somehow unreliable friendly AIs, and sometimes they behave weirdly during cutscene sequences.

Real player with 26.6 hrs in game

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway™ on Steam

Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45

Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45

Favorite FPS overall. I still prefer it to Red Orchestra 2. I wouldn’t say it’s popular, but it isn’t completely dead either: there’s at least one active European server that gets full every day. There’s one in the U.S. too. Even the development process isn’t entirely dead. Modders from The Darkest Hour team have released a huge update in November 2017 (still in beta). –ik25U

(video by Joe Smhoe)


(compared to RO2)

Real player with 1591.5 hrs in game

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Late review

I had played this since release, met alot of people, made alot of friends along the way on servers, even formed a clan with a close friend, and then a realism unit, been to tournaments, realism campaigns, many matches, training, and skirmishes, done alot of editing, even done my own maps, this is a very fun game when it was in its prime, and still is good if your new to it.

i would reccomend it, coordinating your efforts on a team is fun, and really adds to the experience.

As for the gameplay itself, it has a ton of maps to play on, even alot of custom maps, you can even download maps from here:

Real player with 826.9 hrs in game

Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 on Steam

Call of Duty: United Offensive

Call of Duty: United Offensive

Personally I haven’t finished the storyline in a long time but let’s be honest you’re here because of Multiplayer!

Do people still play multiplayer? YES absolutely this game never dies after all this is the old veteran cod community so you even have people playing cod 1 and cod uo pretty much 24/7. If you have a group of friends to play with you will make this game even more alive while noone plays modern games anymore.:-P

Before we continue currently there is no way to downgrade from v1.5.1 to v1.4.1 because you can’t just drag and replace the exe application. I’ve try my best but on the end of the day I can’t break down the whole files architecture and am not planning on doing it anymore, I got my warning.

Real player with 74.7 hrs in game

Although I’ve only logged 10 hours on Steam with this game, I’ve been playing this game since day one and I have over 10,000 hours logged on legacy platforms like X-Fire.

Call of Duty: United Offensive is the best addition in the franchise by far. No weapon skins, no perks, no kill streaks. Those things don’t make a game great in the slightest.

Starting with the Campaign. To this day I still go back and revisit the campaign at least once a year, the campaign is action packed, tells a fantastic story of some of the battles during World War 2, although the graphics, animation and physics do not compare to the newer versions of Call of Duty or new games in general, playing through the Campaign never fails to entertain me.

Real player with 36.7 hrs in game

Call of Duty: United Offensive on Steam

Medal of Honor: Airborne

Medal of Honor: Airborne

A timeless WWII classic that is a must-play for any WWII gamer who wants a good ‘ol fashioned shooter with a unique first person cover system and great gameplay.

One note before you buy this game is you may get a “video card not supported issue”. I believe this was fixed because on my new PC I got a popup to set up game settings, similar to Rust and The Forest, and I’ve had no issues, but I can’t 100% confirm you won’t get this issue. If you do get it there is a few simple fixes relating to your .exe and setting up custom launch options and it’s just a simple google search.

Real player with 21.0 hrs in game

As far as single-player campaigns go, this is my favorite Medal of Honor game out of the half-dozen or so that I’ve had experience with (finished the 2 PSX games and Allied Assault on the PC, and played some of Pacific Assault and the 2010 reboot).

My reasons for enjoying Airborne so much aren’t because of anything particularly special about it. It looks decent for a 15-year old game, the maps are well-designed, and the guns are fun to shoot. But it’s more because most of the annoying crap which is so common in FPS games of the late 2000s is mercifully missing from this one. Some examples:

Real player with 20.0 hrs in game

Medal of Honor: Airborne on Steam

Battlestations: Midway

Battlestations: Midway

Where the game is lacking the charm with refinement of the details, it wins it back with the overall complexity of the game process, making you believe what you’re really get into US Pacific fleet operations… Even closer than the participants themselves - due to all the variety of battle functions, aspects of interactions between all kinds of ships, planes and other units.

War never changes, you know. We may agree on the point it is disgusting, and brings all kinds of bad things (especially if you’ve witnessed some of them closely). But, on the other end, wars usually tends to remain the main shows for the whole life of the people who was there. Nothing comes close enough in reflecting this, neither the books, nor the films about it… But complex war games such as Battlestations - now, that’s a huge step to get the feeling of the gross events your grand and grand-grand parents (could probably) saw with their own eyes. Next step closer will be addition of smells and constant feeling of fear for your life, and one more - real bombardment of your neighbourhood with artillery and strategic aviation. Which is too extreme, I assume.

Real player with 70.1 hrs in game


☐ Masterpiece

☐ Beautiful

✓ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Will do

☐ Bad

☐ Awful

☐ Paint.exe


☐ Try not to get addicted

☐ Very good

✓ Good

☐ Nothing special

☐ Ehh

☐ Bad

☐ Just don’t


☐ Eargasm

✓ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ Earrape


☐ Kids

✓ Teens

✓ Adults

☐ Everyone

—{PC Requirements}—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Minimum

✓ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer


☐ Just press a bunch of buttons

Real player with 36.4 hrs in game

Battlestations: Midway on Steam

Land of War - The Beginning

Land of War - The Beginning

As someone who has unironically played more games based on the Second World War then perhaps anybody on earth I can say Ive seen my share of both supremely underrated classics and flat out unplayable garbage coming out of Europe. This one is somewhere in the middle. Its got some problems sure but considering the usual budget production WWII titles that flow out of eastern Europe this one isnt bad.


Unique setting- Early WWII Poland is usually only seen from the Axis point of view in RTS and vehicle combat games in a single player campaign. Being able to play as a Polish soldier, using Polish Weapons and crewing Polish Tanks and Planes is a refreshing take especially in the FPS genera.

Real player with 23.0 hrs in game

Bear with me here as this is my first Review ever being written. This is honestly a very decent Single-Player game for the most part. It is relatively short in it’s playtime. I came in knowing that there will be some shortfalls, but overall I say I still very much had a pleasant experience with the game. I really like the ambition that MS Games had to help tell a story that no Triple-A Dev/Publisher has done for a WW2 FPS, that being the Polish perspective on at the beginning of WW2. For many, I am sure that it might come as a shock to see that Polish Soldiers really put up a fight against the Germans. This game really helps illustrate the tenacity and resolve of your character, Piotr Kowalski in the Battles of Mokra, Warsaw (1939), and Hel (yes 1 L).

Real player with 11.9 hrs in game

Land of War - The Beginning on Steam

RAID: World War II

RAID: World War II



WHAT TO EXPECT: Payday meets World War 2. Solo and coop stealth or combat gameplay. Objective oriented maps. Immersive WW2 atmosphere. Authetic looking setting and locations. Steam inventory mission cards. Good range of maps, weapons and playable characters. Good character customization. Very good writing and voiceovers. Minor base and cosmetic upgrades. Average AI. Fairly balanced gameplay. More enemy types would have been nice. An almost dead community. Long endgame grind. Very limited healing mechanics. Needs good players for hardest difficulty.

Real player with 867.0 hrs in game

First off all: I did not buy this game, but I won it during a giveaway on a stream where people were playing it. I’ve had it for quite some time, but I only decided to pick it up recently. In hindsight I should’ve played it right away when the game was still actively being developed, but unfortunately I can’t change the past. Or fortunately? I don’t know. They tend to mess things up in the movies. Anyway, time for the actual review.

RAID: World War II is one of those games you go in with low expectations: bad overall reviews and a low active player count. But the game actually surprised me. Sure, it’s nowhere near perfect, but there is potential. The biggest issue however is this player count. It’s designed to be a co-operative game, but you’re lucky to find even a single lobby to play in. Your chances are slightly higher when you think the “normal” difficulty is acceptable, but you’re usually out of luck despite the recent influx of players. I’m afraid that even if the developers would unexpectedly fix many of the issues the game has, it still wouldn’t get the players it so desperately needs. It is very much playable when you’re alone, but more on that later.

Real player with 472.1 hrs in game

RAID: World War II on Steam

Front Defense: Heroes

Front Defense: Heroes

Decent for $10. Ok for $15 though I’d probably wait for a sale and get something else. Over $15 and it’s a hard pass.

The good: Maps look great though a bit small. Nice, (if a little cheesy) between game menu. Good for a few quick rounds. There’s a group who plays every day from 4pm EST to 5pm (USA). Ultra casual fun.

The bad: The mechanics. Movement is fine but throwing a grenade takes getting used to, (hint, push it like you’re doing shot put). Racking a gun is a pain in the asterisk. Half the time you grab the magazine out of the gun even though nowhere near it. 99% of the time, at least with Vive wands, you smack the wand heads together trying to rack. Aiming seems off. Not making excuses but it seems much harder, (or maybe just very different) from Pavlov, Onward, Stand Out, War Dust, Half Life Alyx, etc. I’m a good shot with all of those but can go a whole round with no kills in FD. Bots aren’t really very good. You can play solo against max 5 bots but it’s still an easy win and as others have said, you’ll likely end up playing alone unless you have friends and play at the same time every day. You can build a group that way.

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

Experienced on the Oculus Rift with Touch Controllers

Please note that this is an updated review and I deleted my old review as it’s no longer relevant.

You can view my updated review & gameplay here:

I don’t think this is the best VR MP game out there. However, I do think it’s the best deal. If you like Pavlov VR, then you owe it to yourself to try this game out. Especially since it’s free to play for a whole week at the moment. Maybe we can get even get a real 5 v 5 match going.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Front Defense: Heroes on Steam

World War II GI

World War II GI

NOTE: TLDR is at the bottom, but I recommend reading the whole thing, especially if you haven’t played NAM yet.

This review is intended for people who have never played NAM or WWII GI so you can know a bit about what you’re getting. (Shoot me a comment below if you have a question.) Just know primarily that this is a very old game and it plays in a very old manner. No lovable characters, no “balance,” just a simple, hardcore shooter. There are two theatres (“D-Day” and “Fance”), 7 levels each. I have Windows 10 and it runs fine for me. I don’t have a super-duper overclocked 10 million terabyte graphics card and 76 processor cores. Just an ordinary, mid-range NVIDIA GeForce card (can’t remember the model#).

Real player with 29.2 hrs in game

World War II GI is a first-person shooter set during the events of World War II, developed by TNT Team and published by GT Interactive Software and released in 1999 as the direct sequel to NAM.

World War II GI was later re-released on Steam at the end of 2015, with Retroism and Night Dive Studios as the publishers.

The Steam version of World War GI also has the Platoon Leader Expansion which contains three single player levels. One WWII Pacific and two Vietnam War scenarios with many new effects and features not seen in the original game.

Real player with 12.4 hrs in game

World War II GI on Steam