張貼於：03 月 29 日
Well I'll do this in multiple point-of-views.
Started off with the 8 soldiers(This is after the intro mission). I thought "Well this is one of those campaign 'Skirmish' games with barely any diversity....", half an hour later I have hundreds of troops holding the frontline, supported by about 5 mortars and countless tanks. I then completely forget to call in supply trucks, and as my troops slowly run out of ammo the enemy makes an all out asasult nearly obliterating my entire army and leaving me with a few battered 5 person squads. With those squads I retake my lost posts and push the enemy back, another half hour later I win the mission.
Moral is: This is heavly dependent on tactics and micro-managment.
I got so far into this game I started roleplaying, and I'm dead serious. I know some of you know what I'm talking about.
-Not too difficult it turns you away
-Because of balancing, authenticity can't be to well defended. I.E. Every Nation has some form of Light Tank that is evenly matched with one another.
-It is difficult enough that it requires you to take the time to win a mission.
-Tactics and micromanagement can keep you focused on one area, letting the enemy focus on an area you're not watching.
All in all I would reccomend this game. The graphics are beautiful and I just love the tactics. Even more micromanagment, hope this helps.