If only the creators had put as much work into the actual levels of the game as they did into the loading screen then this game might be worth more than $5. Don't get me wrong, this game has all of the elements of a good WWII shooting game, it simply doesn't ever take advantage of it. The levels are very constricting, and there's always a line you must walk to get to the end. There isn't any customization, any redeeming attributes. The most customization you can have is which weapon you use. Typical, a WWII game that focuses much more on the gun than what you're doing with it. There aren't many levels to begin with. The only good levels are probably the very first and last ones, the only ones they wanted to make an impression with. All the rest are linear, difficult, underwhelming disasters. Of course there are one or two fun ones, but, overall, the brief levels and small selections keep this game under sold.