It sure is fun in my opinion.
As for installing, it did just fine on my system. I've been too lazy to install my (registered) copy of Winzip so I just let Windows XP open up the file and I selected all/copied the file to another folder. From there, the setup file installed without a hitch, its first statement being that I had a new or current verson of DX and that I would not and could not upgrade to a new version.
Next, I started the game and changed all my settings. With the highest quality sound and maximum video settings, I do anywhere from 40FPS in a wide open area to 90FPS (my pathetic V-Sync cap ^_^) in smaller/enclosed areas. If I needed it to go faster, I am sure that I could try setting the shadows to simple or disabling the volumetric fog...
It's still not the absolute "realistic" game, but nothing ever really could be. That would be like storming the beach, being shot within ten seconds of storming out the transport, and then *never* being able to play the game because you were killed. For a game, it is one of the more realistic ones out there.
Blah blah blah...I think that the game is really fun. It doesn't go for the glossy "WOW!" graphical effect like some games, but I really appreciate the (more) realistic approach. After all the arcade-like FPS games out there, it is nice to play one that focuses more on the realistic parts; slower movement, working with/fighting gainst squads, more realistic weapons, not being completely invincible, etc. I'm not saying that it is perfect, no game is, but I do believe that it looks like the developers have achieved what they set out to do and it's a very good game. I think the people who were watching MoH for its more realistic portrayal and realize that it is still a game will absolutely love this.
Only three more weeks; OH YES!
Wondering if SS:SE really did get pushed back to February,
I just want my Duke Nukem.
Everything is awesome!!!http://www.kindafunny.com/I love you, mom.