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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 641d ago | preview

PCGamer- Wargame: Airland Battle Preview

PCG:As boss of one of 12 sides fighting under the umbrellas of either NATO or the Warsaw Pact countries between 1975 and ‘85, you’re here to command troops. Luckily for the aesthetically-minded general, doing so in Eugen’s world is a pleasure. A quick spin of the mousewheel yanks the camera up, parting the clouds. Below is a patchwork of fields. It looks more like a satellite photo than a game, and at the furthest zoom it’s like looking down onto a military commander’s table. In the game, the table would be crawling with icons of allies and enemies, and if I pushed in closer I’d see the infantry and tanks moving at frightening speed. (PC, Wargame: AirLand Battle)

ATi_Elite  +   641d ago
This is a RTS Game and not one that has pretty units like Total war or Company of Heroes.

this seems to be a resource overload type of RTS game.

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