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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 487d ago | review

AR: Rivals at War Review

AR: Rivals at War is a military-based simulation that measures management and leadership skills.

Opening up the game, I was presented with the option of restoring a saved game or selecting a new team. Upon heading towards selection, I was helped out by the gruff Sgt Sinclair, my assigned advisor. Then, I got to pick from 16 countries of origin (there was Canada, China, Brazil, Germany, USA and others). Picking a country got me a staring pack of soldiers, tactics a team uniform and a patch. The soldiers had different roles, and the tactics were enhancements like “air strikes” and “triage.” (Android, Rivals at War) 7.5/10

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