Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30

Game review by Aaron Lazenby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 18+

Thoughtful, complex, and gritty WWII title.

Parents say

not rated for age

Based on 8 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 7 reviews

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not rated for age

A fun, and EDUCATIONAL WWII game

Brothers in Arms is an exciting WWII game. Though there is a lot of language, it is quite an educational game! First off, players will learn how to work as a team using commands. Trust me, you will need to work together since the game features revolutionary A.I. for the Germans. They are as smart as you and use all of the same commands. Second, since it is based a true story, players will fight in real battles, visit real places, and learn about real people. Overall, be cautious. A fun, and EDUCATIONAL WWII game!
not rated for age

most authentic ww2 shooter

The game is very realistic, even down to the language. It is almost like Saving Private Ryan, only you are a paratrooper that is tasked with upsetting the Germans before the DDay invasion. It has VERY strong language, but is very realistic in squad commands and shooting ability. It requires thinking and strategy, so if you are not good at that, then do not buy it, or you might be miserable playing it, as it takes strategy to win. This is a good game for mature teens and adults, but i would not reccomend it for children or as a family game, since the language is pretty bad.

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