I actually liked the first one for its story.
Yes, you still manage to kill a hundred of bad guys and regenerate health after getting hit by RPG, but what takes place in game was rather realistic and not overly dramatic like CoD or any other generic military shooters these days. There's no psychotic villain, no ridiculous twist, no through-the-hoop acrobatic actions; just soldiers fighting the guerrilla war in the middle of nowhere.
It kinda reminds me of Vietcong from 2003, which I really enjoyed.
This comment was edited on Apr 12, 2012, 22:38.