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World War II tactical RTS games multiply like flies. Can Codename: Panzers – Phase One stand out from the rest?

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Novalogic slips into Battlefield 1942 territory with Joint Operations — but is Joint Ops a contender?

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Panzer Operations

03 Oct 2004 0

"Over the last 20 years I have read many accounts of the fighting on the Eastern Front both as memoirs and as third party histories. Of those accounts I would rate Panzer Operations as one of the best."

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El Alamein '42

30 Sep 2004 0

"El Alamein is no exception and the designers have done an excellent job of portraying war in the North African desert during six crucial months in 1942. This is a solid, workmanlike system that doesn’t pretend to be flashy, but can deliver a fun gaming experience."

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Saitek Cyborg evo

25 Sep 2004 0

Another model in Saitek's line of adjustable joysticks is available on the market, and Ciril Rozic was eager to evaluate its features. Is there more to the evo than the adjustability, and is it enough for a quality game controller?

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History of War

20 Sep 2004 0

History of War attempts to move World War II card games from the tactical level to the strategic. Ambitious? Yes! Successful? You bet!

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Campaign Gettysburg

17 Sep 2004 0

After six years of fighting the Civil War in the West, John Tiller goes East with the most famous battle fought in America. Is this game just another Pickett's Charge, or a remarkable success?

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For the gamer that revels in bellowing, "Fire forward lasers!" Ad Astra Games delivers. The Wargamer’s Pete Gade slags starships and gunboats alike with his review of Attack Vector: Tactical.

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Three years after its release, The Wargamer once again returns to the lone massively multiplayer wargame. Read Aaron McKenna's impressions in this latest review.

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Chris Massey takes a look at the sequel to the original award-winning Ground Control. Is it a derivative sequel or another breath of fresh air in a crowded genre?

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