RAID: World War II Xbox One review – A co-op WWII shooter that feels like PayDay

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RAID: World War II Xbox One review – A co-op WWII shooter that feels like PayDay

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Post by Sniper1946 » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:54 am

A team of heroes out to stop the war

PayDay 2 is good fun, but sometimes you want to fight bad guys instead of robbing banks. RAID: World War II takes the co-op shooting gameplay of PayDay back in time to World War II, complete with a few improvements on the original formula.



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Re: RAID: World War II Xbox One review – A co-op WWII shooter that feels like PayDay

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Post by The Ringo Kid » Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:39 pm

Need a can of Raid instead. Bugs--who needs bugs? :D :D :D :D
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Re: RAID: World War II Xbox One review – A co-op WWII shooter that feels like PayDay

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Post by Sniper1946 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:55 am

Looks like it's a bum of a game carl...

RAID: WWII REVIEW

BY CALEY ROARK RAID: WWII begins well enough. The opening movie captures the timeless appeal of a ragtag bunch of Allied soldiers casually and violently disrupting the march of the Nazi war machine. The cast of characters is familiar: a staunch British commander, a rugged American commando, the mysterious Russian soldier, and even a disgruntled Nazi defector. Bodies pile up as fire rains down, as throughout we are reminded of Hollywood hits like The Dirty Dozen and The Inglorious Basterds. It concludes with our four heroes facing off against a platoon of German soldiers, flanked by explosions and swelling music. As opening movies go, this one is slick and full of attitude.

Unfortunately, watching the opening cinematic was the highpoint of my experience with this squad-based co-op shooter in the vein of Payday (also from publisher Starbreeze). From its subpar graphics to its monotonous gameplay, RAID: WWII disappoints at nearly every turn.
http://uk.ign.com/articles/2017/10/19/raid-wwii-review
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