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Mice for Wargamers

28 Apr 2005 0

Aaron McKenna explains just what makes a (computer) mouse tick, and what different consumers should look out for when purchasing theirs. Includes a review of one of Logitech's finest gaming-grade mice, the MX518.

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Bootleggers

21 Apr 2005 0

Eagle Games has created a unique new boardgame about hooch, prohibition, and gangstas. Does the sexy setting translate into good gaming? Read Michael Eckenfels' review to find out.

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Mike Dorn reviews W.E.B. Griffin's latest thriller, a modern tale of counterterrorism.

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Sacred Plus

04 Apr 2005 0

With an additional expansion on the horizon, Sacred is here to stay. But how does this Diabloesque RPG fair? Our review of Sacred Plus awaits!

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Colonel Bill reviews a two volume set on the last war where pageantry as well as weapons ruled the battlefields of Europe.

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Lloyd Sabin has discovered a unique new modification for Creative Assembly's terrific Medieval: Total War, which makes the game a more challenging and deep gaming experience.

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World at War

28 Mar 2005 0

Gary Grisby's World War II grand strategy game has arrived. Is it a classic in the making or a dud? Andrew Glenn reviews the new wargame.

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Grand Illusion

23 Mar 2005 0

Some things are immutable - the leaves fall, taxes come due, the cat ruins the furniture. And oh, yes, another game on the first days of World War I on the western front is published. Can Grand Illusion set itself apart from the legion of simulations depicting the "Guns of August?" Al Berke investigates.

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Gates of Troy

18 Mar 2005 0

"This is a game for people who want to develop armies and tactics over a long period of time and who enjoy the management of military units that turn into more than just acquaintances. Players who enjoyed Spartan will find that Gates of Troy is a splendid enlargement of the original concept..."

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The Armored Task Force wargame engine has returned in this fictional portrayal of a second Korean War. The Wargamer's Aaron McKenna offers his review of Raging Tiger.

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