NATO vs. Russia - Combat Mission: Black Sea review by Jim Cobb

NATO vs. Russia - Combat Mission: Black Sea review by Jim Cobb

Few strategy games can honestly say they are “ripped from the headlines”. However, with fighting continuing in eastern Ukraine, with US Navy ships going into the Black Sea and US troops taking part in exercises in Poland and the Baltic states, Battlefront’s Combat Mission: Black Sea is an exception. Set in 2017, NATO and Russia finally go head-to-head in the Ukraine. No sane person wishes such a confrontation; no thinking person can dismiss it as impossible. The game explores tactical and operational scenarios given modern weapon systems.

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Battle of the Bulge PC goes beta

Battle of the Bulge PC goes beta

Last year when the Slitherine Group acquired Shenandoah Studio we wondered whether there would be PC versions of their successful trio of games – Battle of the Bulge, Drive on Moscow and Desert Fox. It now looks like we have the answer.

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HexWar Mega Sale! – up to 80% off gaming range

HexWar Mega Sale! – up to 80% off gaming range

Save up to 80% across HexWar’s range of historical iPhone, iPad and iPod war games! Sales ends midnight Sunday, March 29th. For discount details follow the link …

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Victory Point Games release Prussia 20 – two complete games

Victory Point Games release Prussia 20 – two complete games

Prussia 20 features two complete games covering key battles fought in Central Europe during the 1806-1807 War of the Fourth Coalition: Jena 20 2nd Edition, and Eylau 20!

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The Desert Fox vs. the "Rats of Tobruk" - The 241 Day Siege of Tobruk April-November 1941

The Desert Fox vs. the "Rats of Tobruk" - The 241 Day Siege of Tobruk April-November 1941

The Siege of Tobruk lasted some 241 days from 10 April 1941 until 27 November of the same year. During the entire siege Tobruk remained a painful thorn in the side of German Lieutenant General Erwin Rommel who desperately needed that key sea port town to provide vital logistical support for his far flung Afrika Korps in order to continue his military offensive against the British into Egypt. His closest base of logistical support lay in the port of Tripoli, almost a thousand miles away across North Africa. Everything necessary to sustain his army in battle had to travel on a long, arduous overland trip oftentimes in the teeth of Allied air support.

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The View From the Bunker – I Got Things to Do!

The View From the Bunker – I Got Things to Do!

I’m invariably impressed with the level of detail included in Frank Hunter’s Forge of Freedom and AGEOD’s Civil War II until I actually have to contend with it. I will always look back fondly on those winter days when we’d immerse ourselves in Mr. Dunnigan’s War in Euope until 2 a.m. – only to start back up again at 6 a.m. – I’m not that young anymore. And at the ripe old age of 56, I actually have things to do. I could continue, but I’m sure you get my drift.

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Etherium launches today with a Twitch session with developers!

Etherium launches today with a Twitch session with developers!

Etherium, the new sci-fi RTS from Tindalos Interactive, releases today! Tonight will be a perfect opportunity to discover more about the game, as we will be holding a live stream on Twitch, with Etherium's developers who will be with us to answer your questions. We go live at 7.15pm CET / 1:15pm EST / 10:15am PST!

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War in the West Updated to V. 1.00.21 and Operation Torch Beta announced!

War in the West Updated to V. 1.00.21 and Operation Torch Beta announced!

Recent times have been a bit sparse for fans of the really big, hard core strategy format. Lots of strategy and wargames released for sure, but the grognards have been a bit left out. Matrix Games’ Gary Grigsby's War in the West has been one of the few able to scratch the new game itch of the most hard core of the hard core. Now there is news of an update and, even better, of an expansion.

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