Reviews and Problems with Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
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Just a new storyline!
R-K-O , GameStop
22 May 2010
Summary: My review , Advance Wars : Days of Ruin , is it a good tactical game. It's not the best one but I like it. I liked the old one too. It's just like the old one but only new storyline. That's mine downside. The upside is the storyline is great , It's like the dinasaur age again.
Summary: Advance Wars: Days of Ruin is the latest entry in the Advance Wars franchise. However, unlike the previous three titles (Advance Wars [GBA], AW: Black Hole Rising [GBA], and AW: Dual Strike [DS]) this game is set in a totally different universe.
Summary: At first, I hated this game completely. But after a while, I grew to like it. First, I'll explain the bad parts. They got rid of ALL the old COs and powers of the previous game. There is now only one generic CO power (still varies from CO to CO); no Super Power.
Summary: I've been a fan of Advance Wars for a bit now, and thought Dual Strike was a fantastic game. Days of Ruin is better. Having integrated story and training missions is a fantastic addition, and makes the single player mode feel really deep. I also find the story and characters more compelling.
Summary: The game is a bit more complex now, but still pretty simple (for a strategic wargame). The story is gritty, and much more realistic. The stupid "bombers stopped by pipeline" idiocy is gone. The mechanics of the game are more realistic, balanced and dynamic.
Summary: In an earlier review I declared the Advanced Wars the best games ever for the GBA and Dual Strike met or exceeded everything the previous two achieved. So Days of Ruin had a lot to live up to and.... didn't. Let me start with what I didn't like.
you will be embarressed to admit that it is your favorite game
7 May 2008
Summary: This was my first experience with the Advance Wars series. it is a great and solid game with very few flaws. the story mode is fun, lengthy, and full of battles that border on ridiculously one sided. where the games really excells at, is the free mode.