Brothers in Arms D-Day - PlayStation Portable
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- First time on the PSP - Brothers In Arms D-Day brings Baker and Hartsock to a new platform
- Unique gameplay sequences designed specifically for the on-the-go nature of handheld gaming, with all-new controls
- All-new content exclusive to the PSP - New teammate capabilities, improved enemy AI, new weapons and destroyable cover make their way to the handheld
- Play with a friend over ad hoc (wireless) through 12 different Skirmish missions
- Four different game modes through the co-op multiplayer campaign
- Platform: Sony PSP
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Product InformationIn Brothers In Arms D-Day players will experience D-Day as a Screaming Eagle with more tactics and action exclusive to the PSP system. Now players can surprise the enemy for the ultimate advantage in firefights leading a fire team throughout the entire Normandy campaign. For the first time players will also be able to lead a bazooka team order their squad on an MG42 or fire mortar rounds. An enhanced co-op mode (Skirmish) offers players a 12-mission campaign.Product FeaturesFirst time on the PSP - Brothers In Arms D-Day brings Baker and Hartsock to a new platformUnique gameplay sequences designed specifically for the on-the-go nature of handheld gaming with all-new controlsAll-new content exclusive to the PSP - New teammate capabilities improved enemy AI new weapons and destroyable cover make their way to the handheldPlay with a friend over ad hoc (wireless) through 12 different Skirmish missionsFour different game modes through the co-op multiplayer campaign
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Saving the game is huge pain in the a-- . I've had to replay several chapters just to get back to where I was after I turned off my machine. What it likes to do is reload a checkpoint in a chapter. There's an average of 5-10 check points in a chapter. So if I've made it to the last check point and I've got to end the game I'm SOL when I come back to it. this is very frustrating. Also - I like gore - I like to see blood and guts - especially if it's coming from a freakin' Nazi! So much to my dismay, once the Nazis have been shot, they disappear - only to leave their weapons behind. I really don't like that - especially when the American bodies don't disappear! Uncool! I look forward to when game development can leave the bloodied mangled enemy bodies behind.
Another glitch worth mentioning - during intense hand to hand fighting situations it does slow down. The controls are a little wacko too - but that could be a pc gamer thing - I'm still not entirely used to the console thing yet. Also - the sounds are pretty realistic - but the word play between characters gets redundant and irritating at times.
Overall this is a very entertaining game - and it does require some skill and thought as you are commanding a squad and much of the success of the game comes with commanding the squad properly. I think the graphics in the game are quite good considering what it is - a PSP - this isn't a pc desktop with 512 or vram! So overall I'm very impressed despite the glitches mentioned above. I would recommend this game to others...
the graphics on this game are ok, the controls arent very good and the gameplay itself isnt all that great for an FPS. If you have to have a WWII type FPS go for meal of honor. It provides for a much better gaming experiance