March of the Eagles review | Thunderbolt

Nick Horth, Thunderbolt writes:
We’re constantly lead to believe by video games that war is a non-stop thrill-o-rama, with explosions, manly fistfights and slow-motion bits where you shoot a man through the nostrils whilst rappelling through a window. Few games explore the other side of warfare, the admin, the long hours of boredom and the tedious business of making sure your soldiers have all the important bits they need, like food and bullets.

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