Yes that game is on our radar. Might wait for it to flesh out a bit first before we feature it, we'll see. WoR is at least playable.
IMO strategic games require micro-managing economic and political factors, like the AGEOD series. That's the main reason they are my least favorite wargames.That is Grand Tactician: Civil War, done by the same churl that did The Seven Years War.
Now a question for both our esteemed editor (and my Boss) as well as the assembled, massive brainpower of the masses on the forum. When and why did computer wargaming decline to accept the time honored, traditional military definitions of strategic, operational and tactical? The article title indicates STRATEGY games yet two offerings are clearly tactical and are defined as such in the article.
Also, if these are strategy games, are they more appropriate for Strategy Gamer vice Wargamer? In the video game world, Strategy Game means exactly what?
This is probably the nit pickiest thing every, but I am seriously curious and it has bugged me for a long time, not the least of which is I couldn't figure this out on my own.
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