Summary: Company Of Heroes: Tales of Valor (COH:TOV) is a stand-alone expansion to Company of Heroes (COH). I have both the original COH and Company Of Heroes: Opposing Fronts (COH:OF). I love COH and enjoy playing the single player campaigns and playing online.
Summary: I have enjoyed playing all the Company of Heroes editions. I especially like the "play through the storyline" part for each one, that is, the various campaigns. This latest version has only a very abbreviated version of that.
Summary: The game is fun but the campaign is too short, the Tiger Ace mission was the best but it was too easy even on the hardest difficulty. If you have bought the first and second episode of Coh, make sure you skip this.
Summary: The previous Company of Heroes expansion, Opposing Fronts, was great because it added entirely new factions, tons of new units and gameplay options. As far as this expansion goes, there are a couple neat new units you can replace old units with, but not much else as far as that goes.
Summary: This game didnt add much to the franchise, but I still enjoy playing online. The game only adds bout 2 new units for each faction but u have to replace another unit of same kind. The direct fire option is not like the one in Men of War game, you still aim but dont hit specific parts of tanks like u...
Summary: Tales of Valor is the second expansion for Company of Heroes. The 1st, Opposing Fronts, offered new factions and and two fairly meaty campaigns. Tales of Valor instead chooses to focus on small game-refinement changes and 3 new multiplayer modes.
Summary: With only a total of nine missions, some of which can be completed fairly quickly, your mission to money value is greatly diminished. Your replay value will come with playing online. If you are looking for a single player RTS game, this is not the one you are looking for.