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Critics said Codename Panzers was a great game, yet US gamers ignored the game when it was released. Chris Abele investigates how CDV plans to turn around this bittersweet success story.

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The Raw Recruit #74

21 Jun 2005 0

In The Wargamer's weekly new release guide, The Raw Recruit, Chris Abele details the new games for the week of June 19th.

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It's not everyday that a classic series is brought back from the brink of death. Brian Rubin explains how Ubisoft is doing exactly that with New World Computing's old-school RPG series.

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It could be called ironic that once the United States was committed to World War II, with a primary focus of fighting the Germans, the first major American triumphs would take place in the Pacific. Wild Bill takes a look at one of these lesser known triumphs in his latest edition of When Gaming Meets History: A Deadly Diversion

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The U.S. Army's first-person shooter isn't just a video game any more. Find out how the government is discovering new ways to stretch this innovative game in this report from E3.

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E3 2005: Outfront 2

13 Jun 2005 0

Russian developer and publisher 1C continues its innovative ways with this sequel to last year's Soldiers: Heroes of World War II. The Wargamer's Chris Abele relays his findings.

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"The P-51D Mustang, for WWII enthusiasts in America, is the epitome of what a fighter should be. Fast, maneuverable, and powerful, the Mustang combined great all around performance with the range to escort the vulnerable heavy bombers to the deepest targets of Hitler’s Third Reich and back."

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Relic is building a masterpiece of a World War II game. Sean Butler saw the game at E3, and shares his riveting first impressions.

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Rome wasn't built in a day, but now it can be in this new city-building and political strategy game from Deep Silver. Check out our E3 first impressions in this article.

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EA's next romp'em stomp'em online FPS is nearly here. We got to see the game at this year's E3 and share our impressions of the successor to Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield Vietnam.

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