While it might not be the best in graphics, the best WW2 fps that I have ever played is WW2Online. Maybe some of you here have played it but if you havn’t then you should seriously check it out. It’s actually a mmofps and is ww2 in the time period of 1942 Europe. The map is a half scale of Europe and there is no Russia, Italy, Africa theare included yet. You can play as either British, French or German. Each army is setup more or less like a real military with a navy, airforce and army. The war rages 24/7 with hundreds of players on at any time of day. I am a serious ww2 buff and I have played all the other games and sure call of duty 2 may be a lot of fun and the graphics and realism are amazing but still nothing can portray a real battle better than ww2online for me. The lurning curve is extremely steep and it takes a few weeks to a couple of months to really understand how the game works but once you get it it’s amazing. Nothing beats a battle where your spending hours desperately fighting for every yard against your enemy with countless infantry, tanks and planes going at it in real time. It’s a pay to play game but it’s worth every penny to me. It’s also highly addictive.
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Axis strategy that took me down hard this weekend.
Ok, so it’s been years since I last played A&A and my friend invited to play a 4 person game this weekend which I was more than happy to accept. The first problem was this. My friend and his roomate decided to join forces at the last minute and paired me up with the 4th player who was someone who never played this game before. You can imagine how I was pissed at this, but regardless I decided to give myself a real challenge. The game begins with my friend playing as Germany and his roomate as Japan. Player 4 begins as UK and I start as Russia while we split responsability of USA.
I have to assume that Axis want to sandwich Russia and win that way. I also have to try and devise a last minute strategy on how to play since player 4 doesn’t know how to play. Well to make a long excruciating game short. Germany builds massive amounts of planes and subs to attack UK’s navy. Uk’s navy is obliterated and UK becomes a neutralized country and eventually only makes 10ipc a round due to Germany and Japan rampaging through Africa and the Orient. Meanwhile Japan amasses a large navy in the SW pacific. Instead of causing Axis to play in reaction to the Allies, Axis forces me to react to their moves and so Allies are always one step behind. In the end the Axis strategy was to assault the UK and win that way which they succeded in doing but only with one tank remaining to win the assault and take London. The US was basically misused the whole time as I didnt know what to do with them and ended up having a massive battle with the Japan fleet which I ended up taking out. As Russia I did best by breaking out of Russian territory, taking back land in SW Asia and even winning a preemptive strike against Germany resulting in Germany losing almost all of its tanks and putting Axis on it’s heels for a couple of rounds.
In hindsight I should of realized what Axis was doing as a strategy early on in the game but I never really had a strategy in place except defend Russia at all cost and use UK to supply Russia. This was a huge mistake. UK was always the main target. Being that the game was massively slanted towards Axis winning I am still happy with what I was able to do and learned what my major mistakes were, however I refuse to play a game slanted as badly as this again as it was essentially 2 experienced players with good cooperation vs. one player that hasnt played in years that had to teach his teammate how to play during the game.Â :x