|a game by||CI Games|
|Platforms:||XBox 360, Playstation 3|
|Editor Rating:||8/10, based on 1 review|
|User Rating:||10.0/10 - 3 votes|
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|See also:||WW2 Games, First Person Shooter|
If you are looking for another great game to kill some Nazi’s in then Enemy Front is a perfect addition to that collection. Gear up and take control of a war reporter stuck right in the middle of the Fall of Warsaw during World War 2 as he blasts his way through enemy lines and causes some serious trouble for the enemy in a fashion more spectacular and effective than all the allied forces combined. There’s a lot of great things about this game so let’s jump in and investigate.
The gameplay is pretty simple. Bearing strong resemblance to many other shoot ‘em ups like Call of Duty, Medal of Honor and even older titles like Black, this title is as straightforward a run and gun as you can get. Your task is essentially to move from A to B and kill everyone and everything standing in your way to accomplish that task. Whatever your objective is during that mission, be it planting a bomb or just clearing out a building full of enemy combatants, there are a few ways that you can go about it. The game has relatively wide map settings so that you can take the mission on in a way that suits you. Perhaps you are trying to stealth your way through and conserve ammo, maybe you want to take long distance sniper shots, or maybe you want to get right on the front line and blast your enemies away in person, this game has you covered. This is a title that shies away from the linear scripted games we know these days and tries to give something a bit more unique.
Balancing most things well, the controls can be a little sluggish from time to time. Some may consider that frustrating but I found it to be pleasantly realistic; guns are heavy and shooting them requires a lot of practice. You don’t play a soldier; you play an American war correspondent.
Okay, this game actually looks really quite good. Built in the CRYENGINE, that’s right, the same engine as the Crysis game, this title can boast some truly impressive and high-detailed maps. Everything from weapons and environments to explosions and particle effects. One thing that I found to be really special was the dynamic lighting. Walking through tunnels lit only by lamplight is brought to a whole new level of realism that you wouldn’t expect from an old generation game.
You follow Robert Hawkins, a war correspondent that appears to be tagging along on operations that were headed by British and Norwegian operatives. Ignoring that, it appears to be your job to near single handedly blast your way through the enemy lines and take back Europe from the Nazi occupation.
This game has a short campaign overall but definitely has a few moments in that campaign that are truly brilliant to play through. If you are looking for a game that tempts your Nazi killing tastebuds then this is a meal sure to satisfy.
- Open ended levels
- Lots of gameplay options
- Has multiplayer
- Only around 3 hours long