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Korea '85

23 Dec 2003 0

Korea '85 is a hypothetical Cold War conflict wargame from John Tiller. Neil Stalker reviews this latest edition of the Modern Battles series.

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Blood in the Sea

21 Dec 2003 0

Neil Stalker reviews this book about the sinking of the HMS Dunedin by German U-boats and the harrowing stories of 72 men who survived the ordeal.

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"...a sci-fi turn-based strategy game, that is as deep as an Assault Titan is tall, and just as engaging...While the learning curve may be hard to grasp at first for the rest of us, the fun factor more than makes up for it once learned."

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"Victoria: Empire under the Sun fills the gap in a way that underlines the strengths and weaknesses of Paradox's engine."

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Medieval

12 Dec 2003 0

Jeff Vitous offers his impressions of this latest card game from critically acclaimed designed Richard Berg.

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Attack!

10 Dec 2003 0

"An excellent beer-and-pretzels wargame that plays like a combination of Risk and Axis and Allies, only with more depth and variety than Risk and more replay value and fun than Axis and Allies."

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"The game is targeted directly at the RTS-loving community who have lined up for games like Ages of Empire, Empire Earth and the Cossacks series."

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Massive Assault

04 Dec 2003 0

"Looking for a sci-fi game of chess wrapped in a pretty package? Look inside, then, because Massive Assault just might be right up your alley."

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"Echelon: Wind Warriors is a stand-alone follow on to and greatly expanded version of the widely acclaimed Echelon, a futuristic flight-combat simulation first published back in 2001."

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Call of Duty

30 Nov 2003 0

"Can a game not have a plot and still tell a tale of morality? Call of Duty can, with an understated eloquence that few games have ever been able to achieve."

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