Summary: this game is a real gem for tactical combat gamers it needs concurrent management of attacks and has long life playability it contains two mod we go and real time I'm playing we go mod so I'm evaluating only it
Summary: Another solid 2nd gen Combat Mission title. If you enjoy the series and have any interest in the theater then it's pretty much a must buy. Same as with CMBN I still believe the series could use a serious graphics engine upgrade but that aside it's still a great game and there is nothing else really like it out there.
Summary: This is really quite a good game and the ai is much better than they say especially on defense and if you use and all infantry attack. This series was made with 12-13 year old wargamers in mind and i think it will certainly give them a challenge even on offense but for wise old wargamers who have played for years it's just another wargame with great graphics.
Summary: With the Gustav Line expansion, it is obviously Battlefront getting themselves geared up for an Eastern Front title. A mess of great formations over a large period of time (with weather and changing foliage that has a real impact on the combat). The AI still leaves a lot to be desired, especially in quick battles. Overall, an improvement over the previous title in its own setting (with Fal lschmirjaeger and Bersaglieri and their goofy helmets).
Summary: If you liked Blitzkreig, but have played it to death and are looking for a new challenge, you might enjoy Mission Barbarossa. But beware: it's much harder than the original. Even on easy, it seems like the AI is better, the missions are designed to be harder, and it seems harder to eliminate enemies, especially if they are in a building.
Summary: Absolutely amazing expansion to an already great game- while some may not anticipate the enhanced degree of realism and difficulty, this is a go-to expansion to the game that really brings it to the next level, with expanded weapon ranges, accuracy, and FoW and sight modelling
Summary: The Mediterranean as a Theater of WW2 has not held near the interest for me as any other. Not entirely sure of why that is, but probably has some to do with the reading that I have done that has peaked my interest in WW2. So much more is devoted to the Western and Eastern fronts or even the Pacific. So when CMFI came along, I was interested but not as much as I was for CMBN when it came out.