EDITORIAL posted on 12 SEP 2007 by Scott Parrino
Strogg got you down? Enemy Territory: Quake Wars gives you a rifle and lets you fight the good fight for the survival of earth itself. Sean Drummy offers his thoughts on what happens when Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory gets expanded, revamped, and thrust into the Quake universe.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 11 SEP 2007 by Scott Parrino
The highly anticipated next generation of Combat Mission has arrived. Will bugs kill it, or will the patches help it rise above its initial release? The Wargamer’s Jim Cobb shares his insight.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 24 AUG 2007 by Craig Handler
Ride into battle with the men of A Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st SBCT, as they assault heavily defended Syrian positions at As Shammas. The Wargamer's Craig Handler is there, bringing you breaking news in this latest front of the War on Terror!
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 18 AUG 2007 by Scott Parrino
In the gaming world, the Great War is typically pushed aside for World War II, for reasons of accessibility and general interest. But Guns of August attempts to capture a bit of all the cinematics, drama, and intricacy of World War I. Read about Frank Hunter’s latest title — eagerly anticipated for the last five years.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 23 JUL 2007 by Scott Parrino
These two books provide helpful information and references for creating historically accurate orders of battle and realistic scenarios. They offer two perspectives of essentially the same subject—an overview of the infantry divisions with their supporting tank battalions during the final two years of the war in Europe.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 5 JUL 2007 by Scott Parrino
In his final AAR in a series of three, see if Jim Zabek can make it three-for-three. Read as he tries to stave off the Soviet army in the Second Battle for Kharkov.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 30 JUN 2007 by Scott Parrino
The second in a series of Close Combat – Cross of Iron AARs, The Wargamer’s Jim Zabek takes readers back to the Eastern Front to try and halt the Soviet advance.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 27 JUN 2007 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer’s Jim Zabek shares some of his experience in holding every inch of ground as the Soviets begin their long trek toward Berlin. Find out how it goes in this AAR.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 JUN 2007 by Scott Parrino
Will Trotter loads up that Springfield and heads for the fields as he takes a look at AGEOD's American Civil War: The Blue and the Gray.
PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 26 MAY 2007 by Scott Parrino
With a sizeable and well respected line of predecessors, Battlefront's highly anticipated addition to the Combat Mission series certainly has a lot to live up to. The Wargamer's Craig Handler gets an early look at Combat Mission: Shock Force to see how it holds up to its elders.
SCREENSHOTS FEATURE posted on 20 MAY 2007 by Scott Parrino
Almost a decade after Starcraft changed the faced of strategy gaming, Blizzard Entertainment announces the next generation of this beloved real time strategy title. The Wargamer snags some screenshots and a few details to mark this long-awaited occasion.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 18 MAY 2007 by Scott Parrino
Chris Massey tries his hand at what is being called the "spiritual successor" to Total Annihilation. Does Gas Powered Games' latest real time strategy title measure up to its predecessor? Read on to find out.
PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 26 APR 2007 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer's Jim Zabek gets his hands on a preview build of Tri Synergy's highly anticipated sci-fi strategy title, UFO: Extraterrestrials. Read on to see what's in store for strategy addicts and X-COM fans alike.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 25 APR 2007 by Scott Parrino
"Chateau Thierry & Belleau Wood 1918 is an excellent addition to the Osprey campaign series. It is recommended for readers who have interest in World War I as it covers the battles in question with superb descriptions and informative maps, pictures and color plates..."
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 28 MAR 2007 by Scott Parrino
Bill Trotter tries his hand at the latest edition to the famous Close Combat series, Cross of Iron. Does this real time strategy sequel hold the line with its predecessors? Trotter offers his insight and a vignette or two.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 1 MAR 2007 by Scott Parrino
Massive Assault Network's pay-to-play model has been removed from the release of Massive Assault Network 2 and replaced by a more forgiving lifetime subscription model. While this is certainly an improvement, is there enough under the hood to bring back old players or bring new players to the game? Chris Massey investigates.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 9 FEB 2007 by Scott Parrino
Like a bolt from the blue, HPS has released a wargame about a conflict that is centuries away from its traditional 18th and 19th century focus. Dealing with Roman conflicts before the Marius reforms, this is one interesting period to pick for a game. Find out more here.
PRESS RELEASE posted on 2 FEB 2007 by Scott Parrino
HPS Simulations and Paul Bruffell are proud to announce the release of Ancient Warfare: Punic Wars. To celebrate the news, HPS has sent out a pack of screenshots and a hefty helping of details.
BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 28 JAN 2007 by Brant Guillory
"Cactus Throne is a straight-ahead, no-frills, no-gimmicks board wargame. In this day and age of flashy components, photo-realistic maps, card-game mechanics, and dice with sides that can go up to 100, it's almost downright nostalgic to punch out counters and chase each other around an unfolded map..."
SCREENSHOTS FEATURE posted on 17 JAN 2007 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer sneaks behind enemy lines and snags a few intel snapshots of CDV's expansion to the popular WWII RTS, Blitzkrieg 2. Read on to get a view of Blitzkrieg 2: Fall of the Reich only available at The Wargamer.