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Submitted by timcolwill 582d ago | review

Company of Heroes 2 reviewed: Two steps forward, one step back (games.on.net)

Company of Heroes 2 adds true line-of-sight, environmental hazards and more to the formula of the original classic. But is it enough, or is it just adding unnecessary complexity? And why can you pay money for additional commanders who offer incremental advantages in battle? Alex Walker investigates. (Company of Heroes 2, PC) -

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