Mostly authentic look at infantry combat in WWII.
Extremely challenging, due to realistic modeling of damage and cover.
Atmospheric, well-designed maps.
Absorbing and dramatic gameplay.
Amazing player control scheme.
Stellar audio visual presentation.
Singleplayer campaigns afflicted with terrible AI.
Has a very steep learning curve for new players.
Irrelevant character progression system.
Brutally punishing at times.
Very buggy at launch.
Not enough tools to facilitate teamwork.
Only 10 maps.
By New Game Network on March 10, 2012
Imagine this scenario. You and a handful of fellow soldiers are hunkered down behind a ruined and overturned trolley in the middle of a large, crater-filled town square. Your objective is a massive, bombed out apartment complex 100 yards away. Well...85
By PC Gamer on November 13, 2011
Satisfying, suspenseful multiplayer is more than the sum of its parts, but marred by bugs. Ignore the awful...78
By Gaming Nexus on October 28, 2011
Someday in the distant future, a doctoral student in anthropology will write a thesis on the topic of war on the planet Earth based on the only research materials still available: the National Archive of Video Games. His inarguable conclusion will be...77
By itreviews.com on October 22, 2011
In an age of glossy 'modern' first-person shooters, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad is a rougher, tougher, frequently exhilarating version of wargaming that is let down mostly by technical failings and problems with identifying the enemy....60
By GameSpot on October 21, 2011
Death comes early and often in this extremely challenging and realistic tactical...-
By Dev Hardware on October 06, 2011
TOOLS YOU CAN USE advertisementDo you enjoy war-based first-person shooters? Would you like to play in a realistic setting? Are you looking for a challenging game that makes you work for every kill? Then Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad might be...-
By Fusion Mods on October 06, 2011
Developer: Tripwire InteractivePublisher: Tripwire InteractivePlatform: PC Price: $39.99Red Orchestra 2 is a WW2 FPS. Now'a days it almost feels like modern war games have the same stigma that WW2 games were having just a couple years ago, in that...80
By NowGamer on September 28, 2011
Red Orchestra 2's biggest selling point is simply the fact that it offers something different in a world of identikit FPS games, though mostly for its multiplayer.More Articles >>>...83
By Gamers Daily News on September 27, 2011
Before you buy the game, wait to see what Tripwire does about the stats issue. After that, you should probably wait for a Steam sale. Honestly, I only see myself playing this game if I am at a LAN and everyone else...50
By GameZone on September 22, 2011
Realism and attention to detail are the name of the game here – the example that may seem small to some: the interiors of the tanks were painstakingly replicated, to the point where the developers only had time to include 2 in the game. Developer...90