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Panzer Command: Kharkov is the second game in the Panzer Command series released by Matrix Games and Koios Works. Set in May 1942 when both the German and Soviet armies were preparing simultaneous major offensives around Kharkov in Ukraine, this new release introduces many new features and provides a compelling simulation of tactical combat on the Eastern Front.

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Brushes & Bayonets

18 Jul 2008 0

Brushes & Bayonets may look like just another coffee table book, but it's not. Find out why this may be the only coffee table book you buy not to impress someone else.

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Company of Heroes

17 Jul 2008 0

Relic is a developer with a reputation for making innovative, fun games. What happens when they set their sites on the Second World War? Jim Zabek shares his thoughts.

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Winter War

04 Apr 2008 0

HPS Simulations is proud to announce the 4 April 2008 release of Winter War, a John Tiller design.

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Empires in Arms

05 Feb 2008 0

To win, players must step outside of their comfort zone to gain PP's and accumulate victory points. By doing so in essentially a zero-sum game, they will deny their worthy opponents of Political Points, create friction and conflict, and, if it is a particularly fun and exciting game, lead to a long-term race to the finish for one lucky player. It has been the dynamics of such multiplayer diplomacy and nail-biting resolutions of major battles that have kept playgroups of Empires in Arms hooked ever since the original board game was released. If this is the kind of gameplay new players are looking for, then this is the game for them to play.

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Jutland

21 Dec 2007 0

Storm Eagle Studios follows the success of Distant Guns with a strategic/tactical World War I naval combat game in Jutland. Take a sneak peek with Jim Cobb as its release approaches.

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Find out why Bill Trotter says, “Commander: Europe at War is a stone gas of a game, a real sweetheart title that should woo new multitudes to the wargaming genre just as Panzer General did in days of yore.”

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Making History: The Calm and the Storm’s counterfactual approach to World War II allows gamers and students to try out the myriad of “what ifs” available during this period. Jim Cobb explores the multiple dimensions of creativity in this game's demo.

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EA Games has released a small pack of gorgeous new screenshots for their highly anticipated sequel first person shooter, Medal of Honor: Airborne. Grab that parachute and head to the jump zone to check out this interesting new addition to the longstanding Medal of Honor series.

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Gregor Whiley, lead developer of SSG's Battlefront, sits down and offers some insight as to the amazing military confrontation that was Market Garden and how Battlefront measures up to digitally recreating this interesting episode of WWII.

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