Reviews

From the Wargamer archives
Review

Fans of World War II grand tactical and operational warfare can once again rejoice with this eighth edition of the venerable Panzer Campaign series. Find out how John Tiller and HPS' latest title stood up to reviewer Al Berke's scrutiny.

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

"...borrows from the Sierra city-building games, trading games such as Merchant of Venice and Patrician II, and Microsoft's Age of… series to create a continuous time game that starts out feeling comfortable as an old slipper but tends to become threadbare after a while."

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

"The addition of Forgotten Battles to the IL-2 franchise has made an already good flight sim even better. Its improved graphics, flight models, and dynamic campaign have raised the bar yet again in the flight simulation genre."

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

Enigma: Rising Tide

27 May 2003 0

Jim Cobb reviews this interesting take on sub and surface ship warfare set in an alternate history of World War II.

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

Blitzkrieg

19 May 2003 0

"CDV has reawakened a stagnating RTS genre with this title. World War II gamers, unite!"

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

Arx Fatalis

07 May 2003 0

"...Arx Fatalis is probably the closest the gaming world will find itself to an Ultima Underworld III for many years, if not forever. Does Arx Fatalis live up to such legendary titles, though? Or does it just offer a glimpse of what a true successor might be?"

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

Campaign Ozark

06 May 2003 0

"I would recommend Campaign Ozark to people interested in the American Civil War, especially those who have played the big battles like Gettysburg over and over again and want to try something a bit off the beaten path."

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

"Flaws aside, I expect to be playing it for a long time to come. With compelling gameplay in both the single and multiplayer games, Raven Shield is a big win."

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

"Given The French and Indian War's authenticity, flexibility, breadth and simplicity of scenarios, any gamer interested in the musket and saber will keep this game on his hard drive not just for the editing options but because its just plain enjoyable. Playing is a delight."

Read More
From the Wargamer archives
Review

Interstellar Flames

24 Apr 2003 0

Jeff Vitous takes on The Wargamer's first ever Pocket PC game review, examining this remarkable 3D space shooter from Xen Games.

Read More

1 ... 96 97 98 99 100