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In 1526 Suleiman, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, crushed the Hungarian Army and killed young King Louis II at the Battle of Mohacs, effectively ending the Kingdom of Hungary. Fascinating history, but does it make a game? Al Berke takes a look at Suleiman the Magnificent to find out.

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Spartan

17 Feb 2005 0

The Wargamer's long overdue review of Slitherine's Spartan has finally arrived. John Walsh offers his opinion on this ancient civilization wargame.

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Battles in Normandy

09 Feb 2005 0

"Overall, Battles in Normandy is probably the most enjoyable and challenging D-Day game ever to grace the computer screen."

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Koios Works' inaugural work features interesting game design decisions to recreate the ancient campaign of Alexander the Great. Will Trotter shares his review on this wargame.

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Starshatter

03 Feb 2005 0

Brian Rubin returns from his space odyssey to report on this upstart space simulation from lone developer John DiCamillo.

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The Battle for Middle-earth is a superb game for those that want to relive the trilogy’s spectacular warfare.

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Tyrant

26 Jan 2005 0

Bill Gray examines a wargame system very similar to the Energizer Bunny - it keeps going and going...

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The Political Machine

24 Jan 2005 0

Want to relive the 2004 U.S. election just one more time? Or maybe just try out American politics for yourself? John Walsh reviews Stardock's interesting entry into the political strategy genre.

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Half-Life 2

22 Jan 2005 0

Six years, code theft, rampant speculation, and seemingly more delays than the Second Coming: is it worth it? Kyle Stegerwald puts Valve’s opus under the magnifying glass and shares his impressions.

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Sid Meier's Pirates!

13 Jan 2005 0

Sid Meier's 1987 classic has returned to the 21st century, complete with attractive graphics and varied gameplay to romanticize the life of a pirate. Lloyd Sabin examines the results.

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