Version 2.61 is close to perfect. Dexterity still an issue, as well as lack of big WW2 map, but it's going in the right direction. Really good and playable stuff.
Excellent artwork (models, textures, sounds), but the guns handle very bad - "dexterity" values makes them all behave like they all weight at least 12 kg in the game world. My feedback about it was ignored (it's dead easy to fix), well - their choice.
Yet it would made the mod much much more enjoyable.
There's also few other small quirks (like lack of good - and BIG - ww2 terrain, configs written the way that using ACE kills the ability to use I44's explosives, annoying RO-like weapon rest where every cm counts, lack of missions and some other that I don't remember) which made me set up such a note.
Short version: It's good, but it might've been a work of art.
Probably one of the most creative and best sequels ever made. Took so many of what fans loved from Soc and CS and bundled it into one. Even without bug-fixing mods this game is the least bug free of all the bunch. It could have been a bit longer but as a vanilla game without mods it felt more polished than the two previous titles. Now with good mods coming out like S.M.R.T.E.R and Misery and Complete, it's definitely on my most watched mod list.
Zombies have too much health and GEM 2 doesn't really like fixed camera angles. But models and textures are great. And sometimes when I kill a zombie he keeps doing the walking animation (this happens in Zombie mod to).
Overall, this is a great but hard mod.
This is a really poorly made and nonsensical texture mod.
The author tells you to buy some awkward book in order to fully understand this massive joke; Now why would anyone even slightly want to, is beyond my comprehension.
This adds barely nothing to the game (in fact, it takes away the experience), and just looks awful.
During my first playthrough, I did exactly as told and was rewarded with a lackluster experience. Wondering what the fuss was about, I reloaded and this time decided to defy my narratory overlord -- and that's when the fun began. I believe I found all six endings, and all but that fifth was well rewarding of the time spent finding it.
This is my idea of meta-gaming.