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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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Flames of War

10 Mar 2005 0

Rick Fehrenbacher explores the miniature gaming offering, Flames of War, a company-level World War II game.

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EverQuest II

04 Mar 2005 0

EverQuest has immersed gamers, and destroyed marriages for nearly six years. Will its successor do the same? Chris Massey risks it all, even his own marriage, to try out the new online RPG from Sony Online Entertainment.

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Steve Pfarrer looks at a recent, popular upgrade to the iconic Advanced Squad Leader board wargame.

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It’s not just a job; it’s a venture into addiction.

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It’s divisional naval warfare that throws in everything but the galley sink. But does a broad scope water down the action of this tabletop offering? The Wargamer’s Pete Gade gives NWS-WWI and NWS-WWII a shakedown cruise.

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In 1526 Suleiman, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, crushed the Hungarian Army and killed young King Louis II at the Battle of Mohacs, effectively ending the Kingdom of Hungary. Fascinating history, but does it make a game? Al Berke takes a look at Suleiman the Magnificent to find out.

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Spartan

17 Feb 2005 0

The Wargamer's long overdue review of Slitherine's Spartan has finally arrived. John Walsh offers his opinion on this ancient civilization wargame.

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Battles in Normandy

09 Feb 2005 0

"Overall, Battles in Normandy is probably the most enjoyable and challenging D-Day game ever to grace the computer screen."

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Koios Works' inaugural work features interesting game design decisions to recreate the ancient campaign of Alexander the Great. Will Trotter shares his review on this wargame.

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