Focusing on the Battle of Stalingrad and surrounding operations, Heroes of Stalingrad allows the player to experience one of the most brutal battles in all of human history. For the first time ever in a first person shooter gamers will be able to experience WWII from the Axis side in a German single player campaign. As always with the Red Orchestra franchise, Tripwire will aim to deliver unrivalled accuracy and attention to detail, along with gritty, vicious combat in multi-player, co-op and solo modes.

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Giuseppe Aug 15 2011, 11:45am says:

WTF... lol

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altercuca Aug 15 2011, 12:40pm says:

grandpa has some serious issues with trippin :P

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EvilAngel Aug 15 2011, 12:49pm says:

1:17, why did I see origin on the screen? Little subtle hint there or something?

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TrampledUnderFoot Aug 15 2011, 4:32pm replied:

Origin PCs, not EA's Origin.

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Painmace Aug 15 2011, 1:31pm says:

lol that was awesome :D

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volcol Aug 15 2011, 1:56pm says:

As much as I love RO and will continue to do so... I find this a little disrespectful :(

It's just lost a little of the magic... in the sense that a serious game (it is a sim more or less) has made light of the war and it's consequences...

I'm still buying it

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aaWee Aug 15 2011, 3:39pm says:

I lol'd

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tman29th Aug 15 2011, 4:49pm says:

Epic indeed

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jalex3 Aug 15 2011, 4:56pm says:

nice should get people interested.

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Jaggardz Aug 15 2011, 6:11pm says:

Hahahah win

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Gnostic Aug 15 2011, 9:19pm says:

I agree with Volcol on this one....Sigh

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Giuseppe Aug 17 2011, 3:25pm says:

warning: this game gives you Post-traumatic stress disorder and WWII´╗┐ flashbacks.

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aeg4k Jan 16 2012, 6:43pm says:

In soviet Russia, we speak english with phony accent "laek dis"

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