|OS:||Windows XP sp2 or Vista|
|Processor:||Pentium IV 2,8 GHz or AMD Athlon 2800+|
|Memory:||1024 MB RAM|
|Graphics:||GeForce FX 5900, Radeon 9600 or higher|
|Storage:||6 GB available space|
Measured against the current generation of top tier shooters, UberSoldier II feels a bit thin and predictable, but when you consider the twenty-dollar price tag, it's a lot easier to appreciate all the things that the game gets right.
Any FPS fan should have an easy time enjoying this game – just don’t expect spit-polished perfection.
World War II has been done before and done better, but it's never been done like this.
The game passes ... barely. I would be lying if I didn't say there was some fun hidden in it, but you really have to go in and find it, and most of the time, that's just not enough.
It doesn't redefine what it means to be a quality budget title, but UberSoldier 2 makes good use of its premise.
If the rest of this Nazi shooting galllery had as much flair as its between-level vignettes, UberSoldier II could have secured an uber-spot at the top of the bargain bin. As is, it's much closer to the bottom. [Dec 2008, p.58]