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"Hemmed in on three sides by Russian armies and with no bridge to cross, the Grande Armee was in danger of being destroyed. The stage is set for Napoleon at the Berezina, a solitaire game included in the fourth issue of Against the Odds magazine."

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Cross of Iron 3

09 Nov 2003 0

In this third installment, Brent Richards examines the differences among the characters portrayed in the 1976 movie and 1956 book, Cross of Iron.

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"A solid, broad overview of more than twenty-five hundred years of history in one of the more overlooked but important parts of the world."

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"Shadowlands is, simply put, one of the best expansion packs I’ve ever played, for any game, of any genre."

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War on Saddam

07 Nov 2003 0

Neil Stalker offers this review on a recent compilation on the war against Saddam from the British newspaper, The Daily Telegraph.

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UFO: Aftermath

05 Nov 2003 0

"This seeming conundrum is Cenega's and Altar's rationale for saying their UFO: Aftermath is not a re-make of Microprose's classic X-Com: UFO Unknown. Nonetheless, the similarities between the two games are striking enough that gamers will compare the two."

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Forsaken Army

30 Oct 2003 0

"History has, of course, provided us with a plethora of documentation...on the topic of Stalingrad. This book, however, is unique in that it is not told in the cold, analytical manner of a battle analysis; instead, it is told from the perspective of the soldiers."

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"Glittering pinholes in the cosmic curtain of space serve as the backdrop for Fantasy Flight Games' MagBlast: Second Edition, a card game of fast-paced, interstellar conflict."

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No Man's Land

28 Oct 2003 0

Set in the American Frontier, No Man's Land is the latest historical strategy from CDV. Jeff Vitous reviews this new offering in the crowded RTS market.

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"For you, and others like you, there is a chance to relive the glory of Rome and redress the wrongs committed against you, in GMT’s magnificent and multifaceted game, The Rise of the Roman Republic."

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