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Submitted by iamironman 1239d ago | review

Confrontation [Review] - Diminishing returns (IncGamers)

IncGamers: There seems to be confusion in some quarters about how Confrontation actually works, so let’s employ some well-worn genre phrases to summarise the game. It’s a squad-based tactical combat title in which the pause button can be employed to issue orders, but actions play out in real time. Despite being based on a tabletop miniature skirmish game, this is not a turn-based affair like Cyanide’s version of Blood Bowl (ok, that did have a real-time mode as well, but it was fairly pointless). (Confrontation, PC) 5/10

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