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Submitted by MasonicGamer 512d ago | review

History Legends of War: Patton (MasonicGamer.com)

MasonicGamer.com: General George S. Patton is probably the most iconic figure in American military history, so if you’re going to play as commander of an army he’s a pretty good choice. In this, the latest of History branded titles from the folks at Maximum Games; players take on the role of the legendary General as he leads the US Third Army on missions to take back Paris and marches across the Western European Theatre in an epic campaign to end World War II.

The game is turn-based strategy with some RPG elements. Throughout each of the 21 missions you will be required to utilize a number of different units varying in individual skill, weaponry and armaments. American soldiers, snipers, tanks, planes, medics and a select few Allied units are all at your disposal to complete mission objectives. Objectives include stealthy infiltration, VIP-protection, sabotage and full out zone-clearing, butt-kicking war. (HISTORY Legends of War: Patton, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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