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Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends attempts to break the sequel mold by doing something completely different. Is Rise of Legends truly something different? Chris Massey takes on the highly-anticipated RTS.

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Surprise, surprise: a turn-based strategy game on a Playstation Portable? Bill Trotter explains how this modern rendition of Panzer General works as a video game.

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Chris Massey takes on the returning Dread Lords for 4x strategy players everywhere. Is Galactic Civilizations II the first true spiritual heir to the original Master of Orion?

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Cuban Missile Crisis

20 May 2006 0

The war that never was in a game that should be something else.

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John Walsh examines what gamers get from DiF Squadron Pack 1: Fighters, a booster card pack for the World War II aerial card game Down in Flames.

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MadMinute Games returns to the battlefield with a sequel to our 2005 Game of the Year. Can it succeed in holding the line?

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Prithee, tis an era full of great fyte, but this storie is not hard to wryte for Ben Hull in his third musket and pike counter game for GMT. Colonel Bill puts on his Pike & Shot Society regalia for an in-depth look at one of the best period offerings counter pushers or miniaturists could buy.

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Puresim Baseball 2005

15 Apr 2006 0

Mike Dorn steps up to the plate and reviews Matrix Games' foray into the sports genre with Puresim Baseball 2005. Will Puresim Baseball strike out or knock one into the grandstands? Either way, expect gratuitous baseball cliches.

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The Wargamer's Oleg Maštruko reviews the latest incarnation of the long-running Unreal mod project, Red Orchestra. Does this mod with humble beginnings measure up to the rough and tough WWII shooter market? Read on to find out.

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Stalingrad '42

30 Mar 2006 0

After several years and a dozen Panzer Campaigns games, John Tiller and company have finally found there way to the shores of the Volga river and the most famous Eastern Front battle. Jim Cobb radios in his review.

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