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James joins in with Operation Dynamo in this new scenario coming to World of Warships. Just don't call him a hero...

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World of Warships is still technically in beta, but it also seems to act like a full release as well. Even though this is a 'review', things could still change if/when Wargaming decide to push out that 1.0 update...

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Sean is moving over to Wargamer on a permanent basis, and brings us our first review of 2017. Read his thoughts on the latest addition to the Ironclads series...

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With the editor being away in a field killing orcs again a couple of news items slip[ped through the net last week. So to make sure our readers haven’t missed them, we bring them to you now.

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It’s almost been a year since Victory At Sea launched on PC and we are proud to announce it is coming to the iPad. On the 23rd of July 2015, the TIGA award winning Victory At Sea PC game will see its tablet debut. In the iPad versions players can take part in epic Real Time Strategy WW2 warfare across the Pacific theatre of war.

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Last week we reported in the snippets we’d extracted from the Slitherine Group’s annual get together that they had signed a contract with BAE Systems for collaboration and development – although what of was, unsurprisingly, not mentioned.

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Makin Island is a triangular shaped atoll in the Gilbert Islands about four degrees north of the equator, It is eight miles in length and less than a half mile wide and covered with coconut palms. It had been under Japanese occupation and control since 10 December 1941. D-Day for Carlson's Raiders was set for 0300 hours on 17 August 1942. If all went well, the raiders would come ashore unobserved while it was still dark. However, "Murphy's Law" soon made an appearance and would remain in evidence throughout the entire raid.

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Sails of Glory is Ares Games’ stunning follow up to the their extremely successful Wings of Glory World War I and II miniature game series except Sails of Glory takes us from the skies of the 20th Century to the seas of the 18th and 19th Century – the height of the Age of Sail.

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Scapa Flow naval base held great significance to both Great Britain's Royal Navy and Germany's new Second World War Kriegsmarine. It was here that Kaiser Wilhelm's German High Seas Fleet of 74 battleships, cruisers and destroyers were interned immediately following the end of the First World War. As part of the Armistice and the later Versailles Treaty ending the war, Germany had to turn over its entire navy to the victorious Allies and promise to build no new warships as part of the hated document's "War Guilt Clause." The shame and unfairness of this clause remained a painful bone in the throat of the German Navy long after the signing of the treaty.

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Hearts of Iron IV is the latest iteration of Paradox Interactive’s successful World War 2 grand strategy title. However, I have to confess that the last version was, for me, a failure as I just couldn’t get into it at all. Therefore, it was with some trepidation that I accepted an invitation from Paradox to a two day multi-player event being held just outside of London – that’s a lot of time to commit to something you really may not like from the off. This was not helped by having very little time to get to know the game with the beta that was kindly provided and having to get going with game from the start of the event. So how did it work out; read on …

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