On the game shelf
I’ll admit, I’m a WW2 First Person Shooter junky. It seems to be the most type of game I tend to play. It actually started with the first Medal of Honor game(s) and expansions, then onto Call of Duty and now Battlefield 1 and 2. I don’t know how many of my readers enjoy these games, but I would like to know! I have only just now started playing Day of Defeat: Source. I know, it’s been out for ages, but there were too many other games that occupied my hands, including the new BF2 expansion pack: Special Forces. I wanted to try something different, and after the new Source engine came out, I thought I’d give it a whirl as I’m a video game technology junky as well. I’m pretty impressed with DoD, it’s damn fast and smooth. Way faster paced then BF2 or CoD 2. It’s bang-bang, start over, bang-bang, repeat.
Technically, the Day of Defeat: Source engine has some noticeable differences over the other WW2 games. I spotted them right away when I first started playing Valve