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Distant Guns

24 Aug 2006 0

Distant Guns has taken a rarely-visited war and addressed its naval operations on two levels: real-time pausable 3D tactical battles and a strategic campaign. Many have tried this, but very few have succeeded. Will Storm Eagle fare better?

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Bill Trotter dons his general's cap as he commands his troops in battle with this operational-level wargame from Panther Games.

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Lloyd Sabin offers his thoughts on the latest installation to the long-standing Total War series, Rome Total War: Alexander. Is conquering the ancient world with 3D graphics really as much fun as it sounds? Lloyd puts this highly anticipated real time strategy/turn-based blend to the test to find out.

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Crusader Rex

02 Aug 2006 0

Brant Guillory heads East in dangerous times to report on the next "block" game from the creators of Hammer of the Scots.

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Al Berke takes a look at these tactical surface naval simulations from Naval Warfare Simulations that can either be played as board games or table top miniatures.

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Strategic Command 2

26 Jul 2006 0

Hubert Cater's capstone World War II grand strategy game has finally arrived. Jim Cobb relates his new found powers of being the uber general in this review.

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Veteran wargamer Mike Dorn reviews the latest and greatest version of the famous Operational Art of War series. Read on to find out what's new from Norm Koger's operational wargaming sensation.

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En Garde!

16 Jul 2006 0

Can pompous, garishly dressed swordsmen compare in manliness to a heart stopping World War II shooter? No, not really. But they can make for some jolly good barroom fun. Sean Drummy accepts Slugfest Games’ challenge to a duel and battles it out the civilized way!

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Will Trotter tackles the innovative title from SD EnterNET, Navy Field, which he describes as a MMORG/ 2-D naval tactical/ real-time/ “role-playing” monster. Steel meets steel on the high seas and Mr. Trotter is there to judge if Navy Field is fit to serve.

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The First World War

15 Jun 2006 0

The First World War was fought on a grand and epic scale, where entire armies of men were hurled against each other in an effort to gain a mere hundred yards. How well does Ted Raicer's game capture that epic scale? Let's find out.

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