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Ian is the last to offer his thoughts on wargaming in 2017, focusing on some of the more memorable experiences he's had since joining us early in the year...

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TOAV IV Korea 50 51 NKPA Advance
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The classic operational wargame makes its triumphant return to PC screens everywhere with the fourth main entry in the series...

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Battle of Inchon
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Ian was originally tasked with looking into wargames that covered the "Forgotten War", and then realised there weren't any. He decided to try and explore why...

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Last week we reported in the snippets we’d extracted from the Slitherine Group’s annual get together that they had signed a contract with BAE Systems for collaboration and development – although what of was, unsurprisingly, not mentioned.

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Jim Cobb reviews this successor to Harpoon using the recently updated v1.01 patch.

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Empires of Steel

20 Jun 2008 0

Battlefront recently announced it will publish Empires of Steel next year. As anticipation builds, Jim Cobb recently sat down with Brit Clousing, the one-man-show behind Atomicboy Software, to gain more insight into the game.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Halberstam delivers a captivating read posthumously in The Coldest Winter...

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In this edition of When Gaming Meets History, Wild Bill recounts the "tragedy turned triumph" in General Matthew Ridgeway's first battle with communist forces during the Korean War.

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The Armored Task Force wargame engine has returned in this fictional portrayal of a second Korean War. The Wargamer's Aaron McKenna offers his review of Raging Tiger.

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Wild Bill Wilder recounts the Korean War battle in which the Chinese Army broke the stalemate with a massive attack on the US Army 7th Division at Chosin in the winter of 1950.

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