Rising Storm from Tripwire Interactive takes Red Orchestra's bullet ridden battlefields to the far-east as we wage war on a new front. Gone are many of the bugs and stability issues that plagued Red Orchestra on release, leaving behind a tight,...
Overall for a game of this price, you're getting two games in one, and both together play amazingly. When I bought it, I got them both at full price. Red Orchestra 2 was one of the first games I bought for my PC when I decided to make the switch from...
Well-designed maps, two dramatically different sides in the Americans and Japanese, and authentic feeling weapons make Red Orchestra 2: Rising Storm an excellent and unique-feeling first-person shooter. It just needs more players, and a little patience. For $20, it’s one of the best military FPS games I’ve played. I’d say it deserves both.
A gritty, brutal WWII shooter that uses its scale, setting, and fidelity to great effect.
La lastima es que por falta de recursos se tomara la decisión de no incluir campaña para un solo jugador que hubiera sido la guinda del pastel. Pero hay una cosa clara: si buscas revivir un poco de esa tensión que se vivió en las batallas del pacifico sur, si buscas realismo por encima de correcalles sin cabeza, Rising Storm es tu juego.
Overall it is a very enjoyable game and while the learning curve can be a bit steep for new players and the graphics are amazing it can be quite a lot of fun and for a price of $20 on steam at the moment (with discounts for owners of RO2) I would highly recommend checking this out.
If you like your shooters to be more realistic and take teamwork seriously, then I can offer nothing but praise for Rising Storm and recommend you purchase your own copy as soon as possible.
Es kommt nicht immer auf die größeren Kanonen an und Rising Storm verdeutlicht das sehr gut. Wenn ihr also ausreichend Geduld mitbringt, lernbegierig seid und nicht gleich ins Keyboard beißt, wenn ihr nach einem Treffer zu Boden geht, ist Rising Storm genau euer Spiel. Und die Red-Orchestra-Veteranen unter euch wissen ja im Grunde sowieso schon, was sie hier erwartet.
Overall, at a price of $15 it offers a great expansion that more gamers need to take a look at and try out for a more realistic experience. You can’t fault Tripwire Interactive for the lukewarm reception to Rising Storm; they made a solid multiplayer game that caters to a niche audience in today’s hold-down fire and sprint audience.
To newcomers, grabbing Rising Storm is probably worth it for $20, but the biggest deal-breaker would probably be the amount of bugs in the game. If you can deal with climbing the mountain of bugs in the game, Rising Storm presents a very fun and unique experience. I enjoyed it, and I continue to play it, but I am still left with a very odd...
It takes the great mechanics and atmosphere from Red Orchastra 2 and adds new (better) maps and weapons. It’s well worth picking up if you have the patience for it. It’s a terrible shame that most people, don’t.
Overall a great game to start your Red Orchestra career with, if you haven’t already, and a must-buy for fans.
Rising Storm simply improves upon the realistic formula that has gathered an impressive following for the gritty and authentic gameplay experience delivered by this franchise. Fans of flamethrowers and bayonets alike can rejoice, your game is here.
That being said it delivers the same level of visceral, exciting combat that RO2 did while putting a new focus on open areas mixed with close quarters combat. If you have not played the current series we highly suggest you take a look at it on Steam. If you have played it then you know how good the previous game was and this is more of the same.