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Brothers In Arms 3: Hell's Highway

Released on 26 September 2008

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

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Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway brings the critically acclaimed squad-based WWII shooter into the next generation of gaming with amazing graphics and sound, new cutting-edge gameplay features and a completely redesigned online component. Delivering on the franchise's compelling story, unrivaled authenticity and intense squad-based action, Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway drops you into Operation Market-Garden, the largest airborne operation of World War II. Lead Matt Baker, Joe Hartsock and the rest of the 101st Airborne Division as they fight to open "Hell's Highway" in a daring bid for a quick end to the war.

Next Generation. Granted with the excellence of Unreal Engine 3, the classic authentic, squad based combat series explodes on next generation hardware offering unprecedented graphics and features.

Destroyable Cover. Keep your men moving, and choose your cover wisely - simulated with real physics, weapons will damage, dent, scorch, and destroy the world around you.

    Unprecedented Character Design. Lifelike characters look, talk, move, and think with incredible realism. Game characters interact with the player and each other like true brothers-in-arms, trading ammunition, helping wounded allies, working together to man team-operated weapons, and more.

      More open level design. Discover the enlarged given choices allowed by next-generation in wide open level design.

        Unrivaled Authenticity for a true WWII immersion. Experience the high tension of true battles from the historical Market-Garden Operation, and make your way through real locations of 1940s Holland. Fight alongside historic war heroes such as such as Lt. Colonel Robert Cole, Colonel "Bob" Sink or George Koskimaki.

          Step into the Boots of a Soldier. Hit the dirt and get prone, rip grenades from your chest and hurl them at your enemies. See and feel the blast of nearby explosions.

            Live the Life of an Enlisted Man. Get orders from HQ, go on patrol, spot the enemy, and set up a devastating ambush. For the first time, finding the enemy before they find you is part of the challenge.

              Rich cinematic experience. As the squad leader you interact and get to know your brothers through the game. Each character has its own personality, a unique story and background and grows through the game.

              customer Reviews

               Average rating (25 reviews)

               Brilliant WWII tactical shooter

              | | See all SkinnerChinner's reviews (28)

              Played the previous titles on the PS2 which were brilliant, if you are interested in WWII or liked the series "Band of Brothers" then you'll enjoy this as it plays, looks and feels just like the TV series. Its also a different take on your standard shooter. Since playing it again I don't know why I, and lots of other fans were so hard on the game, perhaps we were all in a bad mood or something but its fantastic, what really did it for me was the new 3rd person over-the-shoulder view (know as "dig-in") on bits of cover. Emphasises the "cover and flank" key gameplay mechanic and lets you drink in the brilliant graphis, even the multiplayer is pretty good once you get into it, but does need some extra work for the new instalment. Also never get bored of pulling off the action moments! Only tiny tiny gripe is it can be a little glitchy at times, but nothing to spoil your day too much.

               Suprisingly Good!

              | | See all CMC4life's reviews (15)

              As a CoD4-aholic, I was unsure about branching into this game. However, very very impressed! Good difficulty, strong single-player (even more than Cod4? Maybe!). Yet to play multiplayer due to connection troubles. Only odd, minor thing is you can't skip the cut-scenes, and the overly dramatic hallucinations make you jump!

              Definately 4/5 minimum, definately recommend to anyone who loves FPS.

               Good game

              | | See all Rush319's reviews (101)

              Top 100 Games Reviewer

              This is a good shooter, and whilst it is no COD or Vegas, it is a functional shooter with a decent story (for a shooter) and good graphics. The cover system is the only one in an FPS that can match Vegas's and the squad mechanics are decent. Add in some good set pieces and slo mo and you've got yourself a good, if unspectacular WW2 shooter. Unfortunately, this game is dead online, no one at all plays it, so if you are looking for an online alternative to Halo or Gears, look elsewhere. £9.99, is a great price for a decent game. Don't expect a blockbuster shooter and you'll enjoy yourself with this.

               SUPERB

              | | See all xbox36t's reviews (20)

              This game is quality from beginning to end. I believe that it is also longer than any of the call of duty games as well. Can't wait for part 2.

               WOW

              | | See all Dexscott's reviews (11)

              Now noramlly i wouldn't touch a war game, i couyldn't stand the oringial cod's. Although number 4 was okay. I hate medal of honour and this was the first brothers in arms game i had ever played, and i have to say i was sooo impressed!!!!!
              This game really opened my eyes to war games. It was sooo amazing!!!! I say buy it now!!!

              The duck and cover system is one of the best i had ever seen in a game.

              I can also say that the way you control your team is sooo easy and the one button control is just amazing

              Wat else can i say!!!!!! Its just so fricking good

              Rating15+ (BBFC)