Submitted by maoleis 799d ago | review

Company of Heroes 2 Review [Capsule Computers]

Oli Nejad from Capsule Computers wrote:

"Relic and Sega have quite possibly hit the nail on the head in terms of releasing a sequel that both pleases the existing fanbase and makes some minor improvements to draw new players in and reward die hard fans with a polished experience.[...]All things considered, it’s an absolute win." (Company of Heroes 2, PC) 9.5/10

masterabbott  +   799d ago
isnt my cup of tea but certainly looks like a lot of fun if ur into that kinda thing.
Subby  +   799d ago
Got my Red Star Edition in the mail, time to crush those Germans online (who outnumber the Soviets atm)
militissanctus  +   799d ago
...I haven't played a good rts in quite a while. May be time to go back to it.
Pintheshadows  +   799d ago
I really want this but sadly money is tight right now. Next month though, I will be loving it. The first was excellent.
webeblazing  +   799d ago
want. it. now.... too. broke. right.. now.... lol

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