By Mike Flacy
Conclusion: "The single player campaign seems short compared to its predecessor, but that may be due to familiarity of the game's design. It really doesn't make any difference though as the multiplayer options are absolutely phenomenal. If you are playing locally or through the wi-fi network, it's tough to see an end to the level of enjoyment from Days of Ruin. If you are a fan of turn based strategy titles or just solid multiplayer modes, pick up the new version of Advance Wars to tide you over through the limited amount of releases in the early part of 2008."
Ratings (out of 5):