AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 24 JAN 2012 by John Thompson
John Thompson takes on the role of Julius Caesar as he faces one of his former subordinates in an attempted ambush in North Africa. Does Labienus succeed in destroying his former commander?
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 23 JAN 2012 by The Wargamer
Operation Market Garden is about to commence and it is up to the 82nd Airborne and British XXX Corps to capture and move up a series of bridges into Germany. Will they prevail?
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 16 JAN 2012 by John Thompson
John Thompson takes on Julius Caesar's troops near the fortified city of Munda. Here John takes the defensive side against Roman troops, does he change history or fall to the mighty Roman Army?
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 10 JAN 2012 by John Thompson
The die is cast: HPS brings more ancient warfare with this latest entrant in its series as John Thompson serves Julius Caesar or rewrites history.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 25 DEC 2011 by Curtis Szmania
Curtis Szmania checks out Battlefront.com's wargame entry of the Normandy Campaign through their Combat Mission series.
DEVELOPER FEATURE posted on 22 DEC 2011 by Scott Parrino
The developers over at Coreplay GmbH bring us part 8 in their developer diary for the upcoming tactical strategy RPG which brings players back to Arulco.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 NOV 2011 by James Allen
James Allen from outofeight.info reviews this latest strategy game from Unicorn Games Studio that relies on a dynamic campaign game world. Does it equal up to a worthy strategy title?
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 1 NOV 2011 by James Allen and Scott Parrino
James Allen and Scott Parrino team up to check out the latest entry in the Battlefield series to see how it stacks up online and off.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 30 OCT 2011 by Scott Parrino
This new scenario from the upcoming Panzer Corps DLC is shown off in AAR form, from the new Grand Campaign of 1940.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 27 OCT 2011 by James Allen
James Allen from outofeight.info mans the walls in this strategic defense game that challenges both militaristic and economic minds. Does it stand strong or crumble?
DEVELOPER FEATURE posted on 27 OCT 2011 by Scott Parrino
Kerensky swings by the Wargamer to give us a bit of information on the upcoming DLC for Panzer Corps, released earlier this year in July.
PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 18 OCT 2011 by Scott Parrino
Scott Parrino gets a glimpse into the upcoming World War II strategy game that is easy to pick up but a challenge to master the art of maneuver warfare.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 3 OCT 2011 by Michael Eckenfels
Michael Eckenfels checks out Squad Battles: Falklands, the latest from John Tiller Software that covers the short war between Great Britain and Argentina in the early 80's.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 19 SEP 2011 by James Allen
James Allen from outofeight.info heads to the Eastern Front to check out Tripwire Interactive's sequel to their popular World War II historical shooter. Does it live up to the glory of its predecessor?
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 15 SEP 2011 by James Allen
James Allen from outofeight.info heads to Feudal Japan to become shogun in Paradox Interactive's Sengoku. Does it succeed and bring honor or shame to its family?
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 6 SEP 2011 by Wargamer Staff
Coinciding with the release of Battle Academy: Operation Market Garden, Wargamer is pleased to bring you an after action report from one of the missions of the add-on!
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 1 SEP 2011 by Curtis Szmania
Curtis Szmania heads to feudal Japan to check out the latest in the Total War series with Shogun 2. Is it worth the honor of bearing the Total War name?
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 AUG 2011 by Chris Mohon
Tag along with Chris Steelgrave Mohon as he takes a look at Commander: Europe at War Grand Strategy 2.0 and dusts off some memories.
PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 19 AUG 2011 by James Allen
James Allen from outofeight.info gets into the mind of a German soldier as he checks out the beta of Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, slated for release September 13, 2011.