Zamieszczono: 14 kwietnia
I'm really enjoying this game currently. It's perfect for me because each map takes a little less than an hour, so I can still get some excellent strategy in a limited amount of time, or chain together several battles when there's more time. The game is like a tabletop wargame but with all the benefits that a computer can bring. The game isn't quite as random as another reviewer mentioned as long as you become very familiar with your units and their various strengths and weaknesses. Beyond pure armor versus infantry, you can add modifications to your units like recon, artillery, and motorized. With the right combination of units, good planning, and just a tiny bit of luck, it's definitely possible to score brilliant victories (which are very satisfying, as the time limits are very tight and totally unforgiving).
The historical accuracy of the game is excellent, and is strictly adhered too--it's a game that's more about the strategy of a specific battle than a 'map painting' game like EU4. The game is also not about logistics, which is enjoyable in this context. Someday, a WWII game may come along that makes logistics enjoyable and also can do battlefield strategy, but until then, I'll play CIV when I want to build a giant army and then be bored for two hours while the computer fails to execute the most basic defense, and I'll play this game when I want a tactical challenge.