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Raid: World War II Reviews (PlayStation 4)

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Way Too Many Games (Oct 20, 2017)
Despite the great impression its introductory videos may give, Raid: World War II was just a mediocre at best experience, pretty bad when playing alone and passable when playing with other people. I can’t believe I’m actually saying those words, but if you’re craving for a current gen World War II experience, then just wait for the new Call of Duty. Yup, I said it.
IGN (Oct 19, 2017)
Overall, I really like the theme and setting of RAID: WWII, especially considering its irreverent tone that evokes memories of Inglorious Basterds. But even though I’m a sucker for all things WWII, the bullet-spongy enemies, lackluster unlocks and customization, and poor mission variety don’t excite me enough to want to play beyond a few rounds. And while it’s putting the cart before the horse, without a strong community of users to drop into a raid with, there’s even less reason to stick it to Nazi Germany in this particular instance. Very little in RAID: WWII is absurdly broken or flawed, but its mediocrity makes it a missed opportunity to create a highly replayable co-op game within the WWII shooter genre.
35 (Oct 22, 2017)
C’est la guerre ! Troué de bugs et vidé de proposition intéressante, RAID : World War 2 peine à cacher son manque de moyens avec ses cinématiques potaches et le flou de son field of view. Graphiquement daté, ce FPS orienté multijoueur qui se rêvait digne successeur de Payday 2 comporte tellement de problèmes basiques qu’il mériterait d’être déclaré inapte à la course aux jeux méritant votre investissement. Cette escouade plus Inglorious que Basterds ne vaut tout simplement pas la quarantaine d’euros demandée pour guerroyer en sa very bad compagnie. Ne vous trompez pas sous le sapin : si ce n’est pas leur guerre, alors ce n’est pas la votre.