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Silent Hunter III

01 May 2005 0

"The game is an extremely comprehensive simulation of naval warfare, allowing players to experience the full gamut of realism options, or to limit them as experience and comfort may dictate..."

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Paths of Glory

16 Mar 2005 0

Is it truly an all-time classic? See if The Wargamer’s Pete Gade picks a few nits from GMT Games’ Paths of Glory.

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If Horse and Musket was so good, what can Horse and Musket 2 bring us? Boku’s Dragoon answers that.

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Tiller's Modern Campaign series marches on with this fictional Cold War conflict in Germany. Michael Eckenfels analyzes this latest game; does it offer anything new?

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The D-Day Companion

21 Jul 2004 0

"...contains thirteen essays concerning the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944 written by twelve well known British and American historians."

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Memoir '44

07 Jul 2004 0

There was no shortage of early buzz swirling around Days of Wonder’s Memoir ’44, but does it live up to the expectations gamers have impressed upon it? The Wargamer’s Pete Gade puts this coveted title to the test.

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Crusader Kings

02 Jul 2004 0

Does Paradox Entertainment escape its "release now, patch later" habits with Crusader Kings, or is it the same old song and dance? Jim Cobb investigates.

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¿Pasáran?

14 Apr 2004 0

"What drew Hemingway and the idealists of the International Brigade to join the conflict between the Falangist forces of Francisco Franco and the military forces of the elected Spanish government with its Communist and Anarchist allies? ¿Pasáran? examines this bloody rehearsal for World War II."

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Will Trotter vists the contents and historical background of two World War II books, Churchill's Folly and Pacific Alamo, which discuss important sea battles in the Aegean Sea and at Wake Island.

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"John Tiller has done a wonderful job of adapting Panzer Campaign to this operation, with the end result being a tremendously challenging and rewarding wargame."

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