Reviews and Problems with Advance Wars: Dark Conflict
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Value for money 10
Sound quality 8
An excellent new take on the Advance Wars series
24 August 2011
Excerpt: The Advance Wars series has always been a solid and fun tactical gameplay experience for handheld consoles. For those not familiar with the series it is a turn-based game where you as the Commanding Officer (or CO) build up your army of units to beat the enemy force or capture their HQ on a set map,...
Pros: Many additions improve gameplay, complex story, a lot of replay value
Cons: Change in tone quite jarring, steep difficulty curve
Summary: An OK game - graphics a bit dull but serviceable, gameplay solid. Story is at Stilton levels of cheese, with awkward and annoying emotional asides. If you can borrow it, the fights are OK, but I would not recommend buying it.
A solid but unspectacular sequel to a brilliant strategy series
17 June 2010
Excerpt: THe Advance Wars series has traditionally been a 'Nintendo' style turn-based war strategy game. While you were dealing in tanks, soldiers and, ultimately, death, it was previously done with bright colours and friendly anime-style characters.
Pros: Gameplay is as good as ever, Simple to pick up but hard to master, Online multiplay
Cons: 2 - Dimensional characters, Less single - player content than Advance Wars : Dual Strike
Summary: I'm going to tell it as it is, this is Advance Wars, plain and simple! Those who love the others will love this, those who don't quite simply wont. All the talk of a boring story line and wishy washy characters is true, but why grumble when its all gone with the press of a button and you can get...
Excerpt: assez déroutant au départ, c'est l'aspect tactique des combats qui donne au jeu tout son attrait. il faut un certain temps pour bien gérer les combats. on oublie un peu le scénario, un peu accessoire. bon pour passer le temps.