Complex, open warplay.
Unique and intense coop experience.
Schizophrenic allied and enemy AI.
Some unintuitive controls.
By PC Gamer on June 14, 2012
This review originally appeared in issue Issue 202 of PC Gamer UKShooters make a pact with you. Half-Life 2, Far Cry, even BioShock all have a basic formula: standard controls, guns that put bullets where you tell them to, enemies who are just...-
By Maximum PC on October 25, 2009
Pilot any plane, shoot any rifle, get blown up by real tanks To the shooter enthusiast who laments auto-aim, refuses regenerating health, tires of over-protective cover systems, balks at recoilless rocket launchers, and rolls his eyes at infinite...80
By DigitalVersus on September 25, 2009
ArmA 2 is a first person shooting game (FPS) with single and multi-player modes. Its graphics rendering engine is particularly demanding and a handful for many machines. As the results are given in frames per second, high is best.On our low-end...-
By Atomic MPC on September 10, 2009
Could be a great game with more dev...73
By GamePyre on August 26, 2009
If you have Operation Flashpoint, Op. Flashpoint Resistance and ARMA, purchasing this game is going to be a very tough decision for you to make. On one hand, youre going to want the latest installment, but on the other hand, do you really need it?...67
By Gaming Nexus on August 18, 2009
While the gaming segment for military-based shooters is quite wide, running the gamut from ancient history to future wars yet to be fought (with a notably large spike surrounding the WWII era), the types of games available can be categorized more...69
By GameZone on August 12, 2009
It is a really buggy game, but if they can get past those with additional patches, then this is something for a niche group of gamers. Far too complicated for the casual player and not meaty enough for the military...74
By HardOCP on August 10, 2009
ARMA II may grind your nerves into putty with its intense and demanding combat , and it probably isn’t going to be your video card’s best friend either. The huge, sprawling landscape streams silently to your video card as you move from...-
By itreviews.com on August 06, 2009
If you have the patience and grit to work through the training camp and get to grips with an extremely complex control system, then ArmA II injects a welcome shot of realism into the increasingly copycat team combat genre. Bohemia Interactive - ArmA...-
By CNET Australia on July 23, 2009
This ambitious military sandbox game comes close to realising its potential but falls short due to its buggy single-player...80