Summary: This game needs to be rebuilt in 2014. To this day this is THE BEST WWII combat simulation game. It is still WAY better than Company of Heroes 1+2, or anything called 'Man of War' or anything developed in Russia.
Summary: This game I played for days, months even for a hole year (1997-1998). It is an amazing game. Before it came out in Croatia, I got the demo and I played it over and over again. Waiting for the postman to bring it to me. How I was happy on that day. It is a masterpiece. No doubt about it.
Summary: Most realistic tactical-level war real-time simulation by far, Close Combat is one of those underrated gems that few people know. "CC5 Invasion: Normandy" is probably one the best games in the series, which was remade in 2012 with an extended campaign as "CC: The Longest Day".
Summary: Close Combat 5 (with its mods) remains the BEST single WWII game yet made. In many ways it still needs a lot of work to be brought fully into the 21st century. Also I would like to see the developer go mad and extend the campaign to a HUGE size so that lunatics could play tactical resolutions for an...
Summary: This game is great for WWII fans - I've found myself playing it irregularly for over 12 years! You don't often see this kind of ROI with a game that cost me $40. There was once a very active mod community for this too.
Summary: One of the greatest combat strategy games ever created, CC: A Bridge too Far, is as epic as the war off of which it is based. Centered on the forgotten, ill-for-tuned airborne invasion of the Netherlands known as "Operation Market Garden" you take control of the gallant men of the British 82nd...
Summary: We've read this book before! Panthers in the Fog just misses the mark, but I wasn't expecting much when I purchased it. With this new addition to the series don't be surprised, it's one of its prequels wrapped in nice packaging and a much higher price tag.