Chalgyr's Game Room writes:
The strategy genre has long been a favored genre as it allows me to flex my tactical prowess ( or fail miserably ) while faithfully acting the part of armchair commander. The love for the genre is not limited to video games either, as I have been a fan of the Warhammer tabletop game which in its own way is a tactical tabletop strategy game. Whether it is through a video game or if it is through a physical game like Warhammer, I have always enjoyed the genre. As strategy games continue to evolve, more features, deeper combat, and more simulation-like aspects are being added which helps drive new users and veterans alike to the genre. Slitherine's Commander: The Great War certainly tries something new, something that I have not personally experienced before.