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The Raw Recruit #61

04 Jan 2005 0

In The Wargamer's weekly new release guide, The Raw Recruit, Chris Abele details the new games for the week of January 2nd.

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This year, dozens upon dozens of war and strategy games were released. The Wargamer's annual holiday season buying guide helps our readers to make a perfect wishlist of terrific war, historical and strategy gaming products.

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The Wargamer's highest award is the Award for Excellence. It is given to only the best games reviewed and meet with the approval of our eclectic staff of writers. Browse through our list of the 10 games to receive this prestigious award in 2004.

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Red Orchestra

29 Dec 2004 0

The history consultant behind this Eastern Front FPS, Alan Wilson, chats with The Wargamer's Chris Abele about how he got involved in the project and why this game is a far more serious treatment of the Second World War than its peers.

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Sid Meier's Pirates!

27 Dec 2004 0

A pirate life is the life for me! Famed game developer Sid Meier is interviewed about his newly released Pirates!, the remake of his original 1987 classic.

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Board game developer Richard Borg and Days of Wonder have teamed up to release a free new scenario to its Memoir '44 customers.

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Aaron McKenna was recently granted another look at the now-completed Paradox sequel. In this first impressions piece, he reports on the new changes for the game as well as some interesting hints on what might be next for the Swedish developer.

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MadMinute Games' wargame of the 1st Battle of Bull Run began life as a off-hours, garage project. More than two years later, it's been picked up by a major publisher. The Wargamer's Chris Abele speaks to the developers about their success story.

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Wild Bill Wilder recounts the Korean War battle in which the Chinese Army broke the stalemate with a massive attack on the US Army 7th Division at Chosin in the winter of 1950.

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Dundjinni

15 Dec 2004 0

There are many mapping tools available for gamers seeking to draw their own maps. The Wargamer’s Jim Zabek lets Dundjinni out of the bottle and tells readers how it fared.

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