4 Brilliant GameLeeAnderson | 29/07/2009 | See all LeeAnderson's reviews (2)MoW is a superb WW2 game with very realistic physics and effects. Buildings will crumble to bits when struck by shells, men will be sent tumbling out of windows or through the floor as the building collapses. Tank shells will deflect off of different surfaces and penetrate others (making for truly immersive and varied tank warfare).The graphics are good but certainly not at the highest standard (i dont mind though as the gameplay more than makes up for it).The singleplayer in the game is actually very good (i normally hate RTS single player) as it has ALOT of levels and many of them require multiple attempts and revised strategies to complete although, as mentioned by several others, the voice acting is laughable at times, it's almost like they have just gone up to some random person in the street and asked them to read from a piece of paper quickly :DThe multiplayer is also very good, with several game modes to choose from and an incredible (for RTS) 16 player game limit.Overall a very good game and you will get your money's worth in gameplay hours. The reason i only gave it 4 stars is firstly, because of the voice acting and secondly because of the multiplayer lobby...it does need work and it often takes a while to get into games, with people leaving at the last minute or halfway through a game (very annoying when you are in a 16 player game!)One thing i will say though, is that somebody should make a game just like this (great physics and realism) but as a first person shooter, it would be awsome to see a tiger tank drive through the house you are standing next to. Or to throw an AT grenade at a building to flush out enemy troops. It really is a great engine as the battlefields are entirely distructable.