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WAR
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Jeffrey reviews the new release of this classic wargame about the Great War.

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Verdun was doing WW1 before it was cool, and now the developers are back with a new game set on the eastern front of the Great War. It went a lot better for the Germans in this one...

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Owen has a chat with Fredrik Wallin, the designer of suprise indie wargaming hit Rule the Waves, a naval grand strategy game set during the years when the dreadnought was king.

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First published in 1998, this legendary series of operational wargames has seen six releases, including the latest Operational Art of War III, released to the wargaming audience in 2006. Now, as we conclude The Operational Art of War III, we are also taking a new step to continue the series into the future. Publisher Matrix Games and the TOAW Development Team have been working behind the scenes for nearly two years to take this landmark brand to new heights.

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Sales, like buses, seem to all come at the same time. At the same time that Steam announce their Monster Summer Sale, Matrix Games announce their own summer sale.

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Matrix Games/Slitherine are once again keeping us busy this week with a couple of new announcements about their games – not new games this time but expansions of existing games. Follow the link for more details.

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Last Saturday, 25 April, was ANZAC Day when Australia and New Zealand take time to remember those who died for their countries in various conflicts. However, it is the fighting at Gallipoli in World War 1that is most usually associated with ANZAC Day and is seen as a defining moment in the history of the two nations and a major factor in their progress to independent statehood. Whilst the tragedy and heroism of the fighting at Gallipoli is remembered the naval actions that were a prelude have a lower profile. Today we take a look at the failed naval operations of March 1915.

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It’s been in early access for some time now, however, World War 1 FPS Verdun now has a release date. You can still go and join the early access if you want and early access backer can get the final release version a bit earlier than those who wait.

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Ageod is what you get when two French guys called Philippe decide to make grand strategy games together. Here the creators of To End Al Wars, Civil War II, Alea Jacta Est and many other games talk to Jean Marciniak about the company and some of their catalogue.

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As we start another week (well yesterday, I know, but …) it seems a good time to round up the latest bits and pieces of news from Matrix Games, Slitherine, et al. There is, of course, the usual Deal of the Week and a game update or two since we last published any news from Matrix; so read on to see what’s new.

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