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Brothers in Arms: Double Time
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Real soldiers. Authentic battlefields. True combat.

The first two episodes in Gearbox software’s critically acclaimed WWII tactical shooter series combined in one gripping pack.

Gritty, authentic and innovative, Brothers in Arms: Double Time offers the visceral, emotionally charged experience of infantry combat in the Normandy invasion; the battle that changed history.

In June 1944 the 101st Airborne Division, the Screaming Eagles, parachuted behind enemy lines and into France. The hopes of the free world rested on their shoulders. Play as Sergeant Matt Baker or Joe Hartsock, and lead the squad as you balance their lives with the success of the mission.

© 2010 Gearbox Software, LLC. All rights reserved. Published and distributed by Feral Interactive Ltd. under license from Gearbox Software, LLC. Brothers In Arms, Brothers In Arms Road to Hill 30, Brothers In Arms Earned in Blood are trademarks of Gearbox Software and used under license. Gearbox Software and the Gearbox logo are registered trademarks of Gearbox Software, LLC in the U.S. and/or other countries. The Ubisoft logo is a trademark of Ubisoft Entertainment in the U.S and/or other countries. Unreal® is a registered trademark of Epic Games, Inc. Mac and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries. Feral and the Feral logo are trademarks of Feral Interactive Ltd.
  • 30+ playable levels: Brothers In Arms: Double Time combines the complete stories of the first two Brothers In Arms games. Fight through the D-Day invasion and the following days in Normandy.
  • Unprecedented authenticity: Fight actual Airborne Infantry D-Day battles with historically accurate battlefields, events, and equipment recreated from Army Signal Corps photos, Aerial reconnaissance Imagery and eyewitness accounts.
  • Real Military Tactics: Find, Fix, Flank, and finish your enemies like a real WWII Squad leader.
  • Issue orders: Commanding and leading your squad has never been more realistic on the Mac.
  • Players of all skill levels can battle their way through this intense experience because of Brothers in Arms innovative and accessible command and control system.
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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only  —  
CPU CoresAny  —  
CPU Speed1.4 GHz  —  
System RAM1 GB  —  
Drive Space9 GB  —  
Video RAM128 MB  —  
Video (ati)Any  —  
Video (nvidia)NVIDIA GeForce 9400M *  —  
Unsupported Video Cards: NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500, NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300, NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT, NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
Video (intel)Intel HD Graphics *  —  
Unsupported Video Cards: Intel GMA 900, Intel GMA 950, Intel GMA X3100
  1. Great foundation, no house
    by daisyborat, USA - Nov 19th 2013

    It is obviosly designed by a first time strategy company. To easy to miss click and send guys running rather than to direct fire. The area at which you select fire or advance is so big that it often overlaps and you cant give finite orders. Takes more time to figure out the quirks than any thing else. Try riding a tank and givign orders and it will make you go nuts. No one runs out of bullets, they let you sight people and shoot at them, but often even at point blank range you cant kill them, forcing you to use your squad commands which are hard to use, so its a constand luck thing to advance the game. Bullets dont show on walls, explosinons dont kill enemy very easy, and a bunch of "find the crate" to kill enemy tanks, like hey germans just left huge piles of munitions laying around for you to use against the tank. I figure if an area is over run the tank would blow those crates up to survive. Lots of glitches, i did play it all the way threw but just to say i beat it, by the last 1/2 of the game it was boring. DO a whole lot of the same with a hard to use interface.

    Why the hell cant you go to the map view and give commands, any commander would have some idea of the battlefield, no, you have to see the place to click to send your units, so if the glitchy commands dont work you cant do very easy flanking missions. I would say they just rushed it out, wasnt to bad but not worth more than 10 bucks, and likely a great game for 15 and younger.

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  2. Great WW2 Game
    by Sorrin, USA - Sep 26th 2013

    I love this game, it is probably the best fps and ww2 game i have played, though the graphics may be dated it doesn't matter bcause you will still become immersed in the wonderful story, combat is challanging but not impossible, the squad command works great and you actually feel responsable if one of your team dies due to a poor decision or a careless error, it is far superior to any other fps i have played.

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  3. Immersive and Accurate Simulation
    by Elias Chapelle, USA - Jul 6th 2011

    'Brothers-in-Arms' is an excellent simulation of WWII squad level combat. It is not really a shooter though it is listed as such here. It is really a simulation that attempts to duplicate the difficulty of actual WWII combat. Shooting is difficult. You must carefully aim and plan your offensive moves to ensure success. Unlike shooters like 'Call of Duty', this is no gore fest of constantly mowing down the Nazis. One needs to make good use of your fire teams and reconnaissance to beat almost every scenario. BIA is closest to the game 'Close Combat: First to Fight' than other generic shooters and it may be frustrating for some players who are used to video console like shooters. But if you give it a chance, you reward will be to discover what may be the most accurate WWII single player combat simulator out there. Anyone who has actually experienced real combat will recognize the reality of accurately portrayed combat here.
    The scenarios are based on real events and places and the developers have kindly included a large amount of background material and photos to support the action. Be sure to look up the unlock codes on the web to see them all.
    'Earned in Blood' the second included game, has better user controls than the original game 'Road to Hill 30'. Too bad that Feral didn't do a rewrite for consistency.

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