Enemy Engaged 2
Blimey, from the easy-as-pie proceedings of Attack On Pearl Harbor, to this. Talk about polar opposites. You see, if I had to rate Enemy Engaged 2 on a scale of 1-10 for difficulty, it would disappear off the top end of the scale.
This is a truly hardcore helicopter combat sim. I thought I was pretty good at aviation-related stuff, but it took me 20 minutes to figure out how to set up my controller and take-off. It's compounded by a lack of a tutorial or intro mission, so if you buy this, let's hope you've played the original or have the patience to wade PDF-only manual.
In fact little seems to have changed from the original. Despite all the military equipment being swathed in glorious hi-res textures, most of the other textures (including the ground, which you'll spend most of your time looking at) have hardly improved at all since the first game. And that was seven years ago. Which doesn't bode well.
To summarise: yes, the dynamic missions provide plenty to do, and hardcore helicopter sim fans will undoubtedly be cock-a-hoop at the liber-realistic controls. For anyone who hasn't already got a helicopter licence though, playing Enemy Engaged 2 is about as much fun as eating a pair of sheep's testicles. Yum.
Download Enemy Engaged 2
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP