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Dungeons & Dragons v4.0 has changed significantly from its previous version. Read about the changes as to why v4.0 ain't your daddy's D&D.

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What happened to the attack on Cemetery and Culp’s Hill on the evening of July 1st, 1863? On the 145th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, Al Berke takes a look at some of the brigade and regimental level games that cover this battle from the American Civil War and how they incorporate command and control mechanisms.

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Readers' Choice 2007

16 Jul 2008 0

The Wargamer's Readers have spoken about the best games of last year. Read up on what they selected here.

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Jumpgate Q&A

15 Jul 2008 0

NetDevil recently released a Q&A of their work on Jumpgate.

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Origins 2008 Day 2

15 Jul 2008 0

Origins' Second day coverage.

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Empires of Steel

20 Jun 2008 0

Battlefront recently announced it will publish Empires of Steel next year. As anticipation builds, Jim Cobb recently sat down with Brit Clousing, the one-man-show behind Atomicboy Software, to gain more insight into the game.

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Empires of Steel

20 Jun 2008 0

Battlefront recently announced it will publish Empires of Steel next year. As anticipation builds, Jim Cobb recently sat down with Brit Clousing, the one-man-show behind Atomicboy Software, to gain more insight into the game.

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In 2006, Brian James submitted a 120 page .pdf to WotC message boards which compiled a single, continuous timeline of the stories of every Forgotten Realms publication. This document quickly became the first non-solicited fan-created document to ever be published by WotC. Jim Zabek reports.

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Football Manager 2008

07 Jun 2008 0

Boasting superb re-playability and many new features such as player mentoring, staff "loyalty" and in-depth scouting reports, Football Manager 2008 provides a satisfying and challenging experience for those gamers who wish to be the manager of a professional soccer club.

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Revisit the greats as Matrix Games and Talonsoft reacquaint the public to some old classics through a compilation of some of John Tiller’s famous Civil War titles.

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