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Submitted by TGS 624d ago | review

TGS Review- Wargame: Airland Battle

Wargame: Airland Battle is a wonderful example of a real-time strategy mixed with elements of what one would assume to be in a military sim. The player needs to know what is going on, and when you face the outstanding advertisement of 750 units, it can seem just a little too daunting. After my first game of jumping right into it, Wargame made me realize one thing. War is hell. There sheer amount of knowledge needed to successfully play the game is beyond the reach of a casual RTS gamer, and the lack of depth in the tutorial really hinders the ability to learn the game quickly as well as efficiently. (PC, Wargame: AirLand Battle) 4/5

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