Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway Limited Edition

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway Limited Edition - PC

  • Experience the largest paratrooper operation in World War II
  • Premium and unique box
  • Authentic SGT. Matt Baker Action Figure: 6 fully articulated collectible action figure with 13 accessories
  • Brothers in Arms Comic Book: The entire first issue
  • Poster Map of Operation Market Garden
Continuing with the Brothers in Arms franchise, Hell's Highway drops you into Operation Market Garden, the largest paratrooper operation in World War II.

Play your own way - choose to use your squad to execute a tactically elegant flanking maneuver or charge in with guns blazing Destructible cover - Keep your men moving and choose your cover wisely - modeled using real physical properties and behaviors, weapons will damage, dent, scorch and destroy the world around you New multip

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3 Responses to “Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway Limited Edition”

  1. Harry says:
    12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    great good game, yet…, October 9, 2008
    By 
    Harry

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway Limited Edition (DVD-ROM)

    Recently I was surprised to find brothers in arms hells highway limited edition on the shelf at my local retail store, So I grabbed a copy as I remembered the first long footage of baker and his boys finding and tackling those 88’s.

    The box gives you an action figure, a comic (was a bit surprised at that)
    a playfull looking map and 3 leaflets with codes to unlock a gimmick in game, seems to be a pattern with accomplishments in FPS these last years, and off course the game itself.

    The print on the back states that online activation is required yet when installing no keycode that comes on the booklet is asked for, in fact it even seems to run without a disk in the drive. Installing seems more like a screen of winrar as it seems to unpack everything from the dvd.

    My guess is here that ubisoft delayed this pc release to disable the drm on the disk, that appears it could have been the same in the EA debacle which let you rent your purchased copy or make it a expensive coaster.
    Still have to check my pc to see if my pc is securom free, just to be safe side.

    This however does lead me to believe that the problem I have with my purchased copy is somehow related to this.

    As the game does not allow me to create a user profile, with subsequent means ruling out any kind of saving of my game progress.. I’m waiting for ubisoft help on a solution to this problem.

    The graphics are nice, even spectaculair in the rainy missions. (it’s like starring in an episode of band of brothers)
    I haven’t seen any clipping sofar people reviewed in console versions and the sound is very good.

    Overall game experience is very good and it’s easy to be swept away if you want to star in your own band of brothers kind off thing.

    It does a good job off delivering this, although some things brought me out of of that experience as the missions seem pretty scripted and the maps linear, destructable cover is very nice, yet at times it’s missing out as some objects can withstand the biggest explosions while others crumble. On the other hand the maps are long and the firefights are great. the first person actor jump over objects shines and the voices all ad to the wonderfull experience

    Somehow games these days are more hyped up then ever, unfortunately this product also seem to have it’s share in it, as for some reason the 88 footage mentioned earlier appears to have not been actual gameplay and sad to say a lot of things shown did not make it into the game, however
    the game has a lot going for it, the intense action, it superb sound and great firefights are quite good fun.

    A good game, yet mine seems to have come with some flaws in the packaging. Which I hope will be resolved in the near future.

    the rain in this game is truly amazing, the visuals do shine on these levels, despite a lot of things not making it into the game as seen on that long footage of the 88’s it does pull off to be a very immersive WWII shooter with long hours of gameplay.

    The multiplayer didn’t appeal much as it was not up to par as the single player, for MP teamwork i will stick with BF2 reality mod as opposed to this one. maybe we will see a better one next time around.

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  2. H. Tao Nguyen says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Brothers in Arms – Hell’s Highway Limited Edition, March 23, 2009
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    H. Tao Nguyen (Garden Grove, CA) –
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    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway Limited Edition (DVD-ROM)

    The Video has hight quality picture scenes . Very good effect guns’s shooting sounds and hit effects . I like arms and tanks features. Some battle fields are very pretty . Game history is touch my heart.

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  3. P. Olaru says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Game bought it in FEB 2010, February 25, 2010
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    P. Olaru (NYC) –
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway Limited Edition (DVD-ROM)

    i was in best buy and i pick it up for 20 bucks and it came with a little toy and comic …besides for that i have read the requirements and it says only Vista SP1 and XP SP3….i have XP but SP2 …i bought it due to price…i decide to give it a shot see if it will run on my pc….it did and i was happy looks great gameplay nice theres a story to it…graphics looks amazing on my PC…im still playing it so cant give anymore about it because i havent went deep into it…

    Windows XP Pro SP2
    AMD Phenom 2 X3 720
    2.81 GHz
    4 gigs of Ram Ocz
    Asus Motherboard
    Hitachi Hard Drive
    Geforce 9800 GT Card

    using onboard soundcard no special card yet…
    (but most of time on my DJ headphones sounds amazing)

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