Ryan Rigney reports for Cinemablend on the exciting revelation that the game that Advance Wars ripped off will be providing strategy fans with dozens of hours of gameplay when Military Madness is released on a download service near you.
Never heard of it...
I actually first found it through the Virtual Console on the Wii. It's a totally legitimate strategy game. I couldn't believe how well it held up. There needs to be more hype for this upcoming version. Hell, I'd pay a full $60 for it: it has a full-length campaign and they're adding all kinds of multiplayer.
CinemaBlend is my eight and a halfed favorite website.
What's your 9th favorite?
What about eighth and three quarters?
same here. 0_o
If you like Advance Wars you WILL like this. Guaranteed.
I think it fared decently when the US Official Playstation Magazine reviewed it. It would be nice to play this after all these years!
Wrongo. This is for the TurboGrafx-16 system. That console that had all those fun hentai games in Japan and Dracula X. But this was one of the few gems that did come to the US.
wrongo to you, pelvic thrust. It DID in fact, come out for the PSX as well as the TG-16. It was a re-release
Hmm,never knew there was a rerelease of the game. That's interesting to know.
That's nice an all but from a little bit of research(from Wikipedia so it might not be completely right) but Nintendo Wars debuted in 1988 whilst Military Madness debuted in 1989.
Military Madness came out in japan in '87
Okay, just wondering, because it says 1989 in your article as well. I was a bit confused, because I thought/knew Nintendo wars was ancient.
This game is obviously older than the ritalin jacked tards that constitute N4G.
AN RTS for Wii? Hell where is EA with C&C on the Wii? Sprite style would be awesome and the wii mote would work!
I enjoyed the system, but I realized I was a kid and I really just wanted my mario, zelda, metroid, etc. That said, I'm looking forward to this game if it really did inspire Advance Wars. I love those kinds of games. :)
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