It doesn't hurt that just I got my new machine and I got the opportunity to plug in this digital gem. There is a ton of detail to the look and feel. I would dare say no stone has been left unturned. It is cheesy, but I really think I could taste the dirt in my face as my bird hovered for a rope-slide entry. The cut scenes are remarkable in how they tie the game together with a Hollywood movie quality. The different landscapes were all unique and authentic. Same for the diverse interiors as you move in and out of buildings, each with an authentic purpose.
The sounds of war will ring in your ear like a sweet symphony. Ricochets and orders being barked out over a concerto of automatic weapons fire. Beautiful. For a change, I was not bored to tears by the in-game voiceovers, as each character was masterfully executed. There were multiple nationalities to portray and all of them came off as well as any movie was capable of.