and these games are all starting to look alike to me.
The sheer number of women who enlisted in vital non-combat military roles (at least in Britain) shouldn't be understated, but this is just plain inaccurate.
Accurate doesn't sound super fun in theory, but Red Orchestra/Rising Storm developed some pretty dedicated communities. Of course they'd rather buy one game and play it for 5+ years than buy a new one every year.It's a new game from EA and it looks like the same, awful game from EA that EA's produced, without fail, for the last decade or longer. I don't understand why everyone's surprised. How many sequels does, "Terrible Shooter Made By Terrible Company: The Game" need to produce before people stop getting outraged by it? I don't even particularly care about the inaccuracies because if the previous game based in WW1 was accurate, more often than not you'd just die to mustard gas or a sniper shot or a mortar shell after standing around in a dirt trench for two years. Accurate doesn't sound super fun.
The point's more that it's the same game they sold everyone last time and the time before that, and the time before that, except now they've added yet another mildly different coat of paint. Seriously, there's a million and a fucking half WW1 and WW2 shooters, already. Why spend $60 and then $50 on a season pass for a game that you probably already own 30 times over? I don't understand why people repeatedly buy games like this. They're just the yearly football games of shooter games, except the people who buy these shooters make fun of the people who buy the yearly sports games, whilst buying the yearly shooter games.