PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 JAN 2011 by James Cobb
James Cobb heads over to the Eastern Front to tackle Gary Grigsby's War in the East, the latest turn-based monster by 2by3 Games that gives players a chance to command either the Germans or Russians to victory in World War II.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 DEC 2010 by Scott Parrino
Scott Parrino tackles world domination and then some in Noble Master Game's latest RISK-style PC game.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 22 DEC 2010 by COL Bill Gray
Colonel Bill dons mail and helm to check out the latest Field of Glory expansion module and finds the PC game has a very distinctive miniatures pedigree, to the ultimate benefit of all.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 17 DEC 2010 by Scott Parrino
A turn-based “we go” strategy game that not only relies on solid tactics but also genius card usage is bound to entertain and entice those on the outside looking in.
INTERVIEW posted on 1 DEC 2010 by Scott Parrino
Scott Parrino gets to ask two of the men behind the Close Combat remakes, project lead/main artist Jim Martin and programmer Steve McClaire, questions about the Close Combat series itself as well as future plans.
EDITORIAL posted on 22 NOV 2010 by Scott Parrino
What do you get when you take the strategy classic Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far and bring it up to modern spec with a load of new features? You get a timeless classic that not only retains its nostalgic taste but has been turned into a completely new monster. That monster’s name is Close Combat: Last Stand Arnhem.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 19 NOV 2010 by Paul Robinson
This book by the co-authors William Lubbeck and David B Hurt, covers the wartime record of Lubbeck, who went from Private to Company Commander during his wartime service, mostly on the Russian Front.
PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 16 NOV 2010 by James Cobb
Amazingly, one of the defining moments in the twentieth century has gone virtually unnoticed by the gaming industry. The Russian Revolution and Civil War has only been touched on in scenarios for games like The Operational Art of War. This glaring omission is about to be corrected by AGEOD and SEP REDS with their Revolution under Siege...
BOOK REVIEW posted on 13 NOV 2010 by Paul Robinson
"Mr Cooper has done an excellent job in covering the subject matter in such a necessarily short volume, despite the short chronological span this was a period of great change in the armies of the Scotland."
DEVELOPER FEATURE posted on 10 NOV 2010 by Wargamer Staff
Petroglyph gives The Wargamer some exclusive info and images for their newly released title The Guardians of Graxia.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 8 NOV 2010 by Paul Robinson
"The strap line for this series of books produced by Osprey Publishing is The design, development, operation and history of the machinery of warfare through the ages. And as the owner of several of this series I was looking forward to reading this particular volume..."
XBOX 360 GAME REVIEW posted on 2 NOV 2010 by Sean Drummy
Strap on the headband and get ready for some Devil worshipping! Sean Drummy reviews metal-inspired action game Brutal Legend in this edition of Console Command.
INTERVIEW posted on 12 AUG 2010 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer's Jim Zabek has the chance to interview Slitherine's Iain McNeil regarding this hot new game.
PC GAME PREVIEW posted on 19 JUL 2010 by Scott Parrino
Offering a great mix of fun and realism, Battlefield Academy is looking good.
DEVELOPER FEATURE posted on 28 JUN 2010 by Scott Parrino
Strategy 3 Tactics' Jim Martin discusses all the new features in the upcoming release of Close Combat: Last Stand Arnhem.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 1 JUN 2010 by Scott Parrino
Panther Games' Richard Simonitch shares an AAR with us regarding his new game, Command Ops: Battles from the Bulge.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 24 MAY 2010 by Scott Parrino
Slitherine has announced a new game in the Commander series set during the First World War.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 19 MAY 2010 by Scott Parrino
Today's Part 2 article examines the balance between playablility and historical accuracy.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 18 MAY 2010 by Scott Parrino
Eight years after the first Strategic Command game was released, the latest version encompasses the entire globe. The Wargamer's Doug McLean takes a look at the overall game's presentation, e-license, graphics, and documentation.