WWII games/movies what are the nicest
#16 Posted 05 February 2005 - 09:39 PM
The Pianist. (Great movie)
Guns of Navarone.
The Longest Day.
The Battle of Britain.
A Bridge too far.
The Bridge of the River Kwai.
Band of Brothers.
Saving Private Ryan.
The Great Escape.
Enemy at the Gates.
The Devil's Brigade.
Tora ! Tora ! Tora !
Medal of Honor : Allied Assault.
Medal of Honor : Allied Assault - Spearhead.
Medal of Honor : Allied Assault - Breakthrough.
Call of Duty.
Call of Duty : United Offensive.
Soldiers : Heroes of World War II.
Blikzkrieg : Rolling Thunder.
Blitzkrieg : Burning Horizon.
Sudden Strike II.
Combat Mission I : Beyong Overlord.
Combat Mission II : Barbarossa to Berlin.
Combat Mission III : Afrika Korps.
IL2 Sturmovik : Forgotten Battles.
IL2 Sturmovik : Forgotten Battles - ACE expansion pack.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein - Ennemy Territory.
Close Combat I.
Close Combat II : A Bridge too Far.
Close Combat III : Russian Front.
Close Combat IV : Battle of the Bulge.
Close Combat V : Invasion Normandy.
Codename : Panzers - Phase 1.
World War 2 On-Line: Blitzkrieg.
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault .
The Second World War: a Complete History - Martin Gilbert.
Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany - Wlm Shirer.
SS: Hitler's Instrument of Terror - Gordon Williamson.
The Encyclopedia of Weapons of WWII: The Comprehensive Guide to Over 1,500 Weapons - Chris Bishop.
When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler - David M. Glantz and Jonathan M. House.
D:Day: Juno Beach, Canada's 24 Hours of Destiny - Lance Goddard.
The Fall of Berlin 1945 - Trevor Beevor.
#17 Posted 05 February 2005 - 09:45 PM
A. War buffs like myself (hence the avatar once again, im in that photo)
B. So many battles means a billion diffrent possibilities
C. So people dont forget what happend and what those men had to go though (like that prince who wore the german outfit to a party a few weeks ago, no offence to anyone but WHAT A DUMB *******!)
Brothers in Arms is by far shapeing up to be the best WWII around, if gaer box can delive what they say they will. i was pritty let down with MOH PA
Dont forget Empire of the Sun. that was a great film too.
G-Man Personal Aid
#18 Posted 05 February 2005 - 09:54 PM
-SSD-Smokey, on Feb 5 2005, 11:26 PM, said:
Yea i know, I'm waiting patiently for that one :D
Formerly known as "Vannilesoep"
#20 Posted 05 February 2005 - 09:56 PM
By the end of D-Day the 3rd Canadian Division had penetrated farther into France than any other Allied force, having faced resistance stronger than at any beachhead save Omaha.
#21 Posted 05 February 2005 - 10:01 PM
AT my Battle of the Bulge show last saturday i was in the Canadian bunker and alot of people were asking about why they dont have a movies about them, one of them said they were makeing one and it will be out eirly 2006, if i find the name ill post it.
#24 Posted 05 February 2005 - 10:14 PM
G-Man Personal Aid
#28 Posted 05 February 2005 - 10:39 PM
also many of these WW2 movies are riddled with inaccuracy, and show a bias towards oh, lets say the Americans, in just about all of them. and for the record for many thinking otherwise WW2 started in 1939 not 1941.
#30 Posted 05 February 2005 - 10:45 PM
- The Italian army does not surrender and fights to death.
- The Italian army is courageous. You can continue to read but I think I said enough.
- The Italian army was using .50 M2 machine-guns.
- The Italian tanks owned British tanks.
- The British army gets pwned by the Italians even if they outnumber and out gun them by 4 to 1.
- The way the American POW escaped the German camp was just retarded.
- The Panzers who got owned by the British artillery were toys.
- The British killed a German POW - Blasphemy !
- The British were using M113's and M10 Wolverines - (Vietnam-era APC and a Tank-killer used as a ICV).
- Rommel is small, he has a Australian accent and he does not look at all like Rommel.
- Montgomery is tall, he has a American accent and he does not look at all like Montgomery.
Avoid this movie at all cost.