Let’s face it, Codename: Eagle has a number of flaws that already has been mentioned. Awkward would probably be a good word to describe the overall gaming experience. The vehicles make the game’s single player campaign just barely worthwhile, but it’s in multiplayer the game shows it’s right side. I can honestly say that I have never had so much fun with a game. You have to remember that Codename: Eagle predates massive battlefield simulations like Operation: Flashpoint and Battlefield: 1942 with a couple of years. So when the game was released back in 1999, it was really a unique and fun playing experience when you could jump into and drive any of the games vehicles. Codename: Eagle’s total lack of realism make things even funnier. You can jump out of a plane and let the very same plane crash into your opponent. Highly enjoyable! And who could possibly resist a game with an enormous flyable zeppelin?
Codename Eagle is an old game, and I like it alot, despite its drawbacks. I've had alot of multiplayer fun with my friends, I've even made some of my own levels. You could say CE is the mother of the Battlefield seri... Read Full Review
Before Codename Eagle, most first-person shooters were limited in the width and depth of the area that a player could inhabit. As detailed and mechanically miraculous the Quake engine was in the ‘90s, wide-open spaces w... Read Full Review