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Submitted by ChrisPriestman 1172d ago | review

Hearts of Iron III: For the Motherland Review (Hooked Gamers)

Promising a whole host of additions to Hearts of Iron III, For the Motherland has a lot to live up to. One of the most important things, from a technological standpoint, is the new multi-core processor support. In-game, this has had a drastic effect on both the AI, which has improved dramatically over previous versions with situations such as neutrality being dealt with in a much better way, and the game itself, with map-scrolling and zooming being a much smoother and quicker process. (Hearts of Iron III: For the Motherland, PC) 7.9/10

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