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Armies of Exigo

08 Jul 2004 0

Fresh from a hands-on look at this upcoming strategy title, Jim Zabek introduces Armies of Exigo.

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Memoir '44

07 Jul 2004 0

There was no shortage of early buzz swirling around Days of Wonder’s Memoir ’44, but does it live up to the expectations gamers have impressed upon it? The Wargamer’s Pete Gade puts this coveted title to the test.

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Crusader Kings

02 Jul 2004 0

Does Paradox Entertainment escape its "release now, patch later" habits with Crusader Kings, or is it the same old song and dance? Jim Cobb investigates.

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Codename: Panzers

01 Jul 2004 0

The developers at Stormregion recently answered questions from The Wargamer's Jim Zabek and Michael Eckenfels regarding Codename Panzers. Read on to learn more about this World War II strategy title.

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Sliding into the sweet spot between simple turn-based strategy games like Axis & Allies and wildly complex games like Hearts of Iron, Gary Grigsby’s World at War looks to fill a niche in the strategy genre.

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In this continuing series, BattleGoat's Christian Latour explains the modern strategy game's various weaponry and military systems. Read how strategic missiles will create potential cold war scenarios.

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War over Vietnam

03 Jun 2004 0

Former Wargamer contributor Gary Morgan passed along this exclusive collection of new screenshots from his new HPS/Tiller wargame, War over Vietnam.

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Lords of EverQuest

27 May 2004 0

Look, there’s some EverQuest in my Warcraft III! Or is it the other way around? Read more to find out how well EverQuest makes the transition to real-time strategy.

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Summarizing E3's showcase of strategy games this year is Jeff Vitous, who introduces mainstream titles such as Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth and Empire Earth II to smaller, lesser known titles like XIII Century, Paraworld, and Knights of Honor.

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Gringo!

19 Apr 2004 0

Wargames about the Mexican-American War of 1846-48 simply do not command the shelf space given to Napoleonic and American Civil War titles. Into this void rushes GMT Games and designer Richard Berg. Does their release of Gringo! demand a new look at the war? The Wargamer’s Pete Gade says, "Si!"

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