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Brothers In Arms 2: Global Front, Gameloft’s Newest Game Of Epic Proportion

Gameloft is at it again with another addition to their long list of great games. The newest preview we see is for Brothers In Arms2: Global Front. The game looks to be set in WW2, and is a classic FPS with fitting weaponry and scenery. Any World War buff would probably appreciate this game and of course, Gameloft has yet to give us a date. Safe to assume we can expect it right before the holidays. 

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  • Anonymous

    As a History guy, I can safely say that IS World War II :) I always wonder though, why must these games insist on removing the Swastika from the German equipment and uniforms? That may be PC, but it’s NOT historically accurate. It’d be like having a Civil War reenactment, and having a blank flag for the Confederate’s.

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  • Anonymous

    I never thought Dire Straits would start making sequels. Loved the first one, Mr. Knopfler, so my hopes are high for this one.

  • Dom Alegria

    When will the Bionic be able to run any of these games? WTF…

  • Billy Jenkins

    Cool. Now I have to save up for another sd card to hold the hundreds megabytes of extra data for the game. Or will the sd card be included with the game?

  • New or old

    Didn’t Brothers in Arms 2 come out months ago? This just seems to be a free version of an old game….

  • Anonymous

    I guarantee it doesn’t work on my htc device

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kane-Stapler/597191406 Kane Stapler

    Im pretty sure “free” was the best part of that video..

    • Anonymous

      Yeah well gamelofts idea of free is in app purchasing if you want to play more than 5-10 minutes at a time. Wouldn’t be surprised if in this game you had to buy upgraded weapons or bullets.

      • Billy Jenkins

        25 cents per bullet. $5 per shotgun shell. $4 per grenade.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HLCDWAIB2FFWG2YQCBLOJJ2WMI LarryT

    Cool game, but man I wished companies would invest more on bluetooth game pads like the iControlPad or that one control pad on Kickstarter, the Bluetooth Game Gripper, that never made it to production since it didn’t receive enough donations. If we are going to get console like games, we should at least get some kind of peripherals so we could have decent gaming on the go since playing games like this are torture on touch screens. And the Xperia Play isn’t a kind of phone would want. As well, I wished Game devs would put more focus on support of these accessories.

    Oh, and am I the only one who is annoyed by the word “epic”? I think it’s so overused that it needs to be abolished from the English dictionary.

    • Anonymous

      at least people stopped using “uber,” I’ll deal with “epic” as long as the former never comes back.

    • Anonymous

      I use my ps3 controller to play all of my emulators, dunno if it would work on a game like this though, haven’t tried….

  • Anonymous

    sweet, hopes this takes advantage of the new dual core processors like Tegra Zone games