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The name is longer, but is the game any better? There are a lot of additional features in the new edition of World at War, to include an upgraded combat system, intelligence operations, more diplomacy and scenarios ranging from a 1939 start to the Soviet invasion of Europe in 1946. Al Berke takes a look to see what a difference 17 months makes.

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Supreme Commander

18 May 2007 0

Chris Massey tries his hand at what is being called the "spiritual successor" to Total Annihilation. Does Gas Powered Games' latest real time strategy title measure up to its predecessor? Read on to find out.

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Theatre of War

16 May 2007 0

After years in development Theatre of War has finally been released. Jim Cobb takes a look at it and tells us whether it is a wargame or an RTS.

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"Chateau Thierry & Belleau Wood 1918 is an excellent addition to the Osprey campaign series. It is recommended for readers who have interest in World War I as it covers the battles in question with superb descriptions and informative maps, pictures and color plates..."

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Got a pirate itch that needs to be scratched? Climb aboard Tortuga – Two Treasures, matey, and prepare to set sail for a fun adventure.

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Scourge of the Seas

14 Apr 2007 0

"No work of pirates could be considered complete if it didn’t explain some of the reasons why piracy was truly a scourge of the seas. But Angus Konstam’s makes a contribution in placing the actions of these men in an historical context..."

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Bill Trotter tries his hand at the latest edition to the famous Close Combat series, Cross of Iron. Does this real time strategy sequel hold the line with its predecessors? Trotter offers his insight and a vignette or two.

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Skip the trench foot and mustard gas and take to the skies. Andrew Glenn jumps in the cockpit of First Eagles: The Great Air War 1918 and takes a look at Third Wire's World War I flight sim.

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Will Trotter takes a look at new graphical novel from Osprey Publishing which details the American Civil War battle at Shiloh.

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Minsk ‘44

04 Feb 2007 0

Operation Bagration saw the destruction of four German armies in three weeks. See how John Tiller and HPS tackle this classic Eastern Front confrontation and make it playable by both sides.

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