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We go hands-on with the new Close Combat title. We're impressed, but its transition to 3D seems less than comfortable.

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Unless your current residence consists of living under a rock somewhere, you likely know that this year, 2015, is the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. And as expected there have been more than a plethora of books, films and games gracing the public to honor the event. It is within this environment that NORBSOFTDEV (NSD) has thrown its hat into the ring by expanding its very well received Scourge of War (SOW) series to include Wellington and Napoleon doing battle on 18 June 1815 once more near the sleepy hamlets of la Belle Alliance and Waterloo. In doing so they have taken a plunge into the unknown as the Napoleonic Wars were vastly different in almost every conceivable way than the American Civil War. Thus there were undoubtedly many opportunities to stumble

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First, please allow me to offer my sincere apologies for being so late with this one, but as the great John Lennon once said, “Life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans.” Not only that, but Scourge of War: Waterloo is not the kind of endeavor you can wrap your mind around in one or two afternoons.

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Matrix Games have just given us a mid-week surprise by announcing a new hex, turn-based wargame - The Campaign Series: Middle East 1948-1985. What is nice to see is that the new game is covering a different set of historical events from the usual fare – it isn’t yet another WW2 game shock!!!

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Well that confused me. I’m sure Scourge of War: Waterloo wasn’t due out until Thursday, but in a surprise move akin to Napoleon leaving Elba (OK, maybe that’s getting a bit carried away) Matrix Games have released the title today.

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On Monday we brought you our first impressions of Matrix Games soon to be released Napoleonic game, Scourge of War: Waterloo, and now we bring you more information on the game courtesy of the development team at NorbSoft.

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For The Emperor

01 Dec 2014 0

We review Warhammer 40,000 Armageddon

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Matthew Flanigan reviews the latest installment of the Wargame series

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Los Dos Amigos talk to us about their post D-Day game Close Combat: Gateway to Caen

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New writer Russell Sakne reports about his experience on the ground in Sicily in the latest iteration to the Combat Mission series. Does it produce results? Or is it a stalemate reminiscent of the fighting that took place on the Italian Peninsula during World War 2?

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