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Gettysburg: Armored Warfare
The Gamers Temple
16 July 2013
Excerpt: In the 1992, Harry Turtledove wrote a book titled, The Guns of the South. A work of speculative historical fiction, it explored the premise that white supremists from the future equip Lee's Army of Virginia with modern technology including AK-47 assault rifles. The technological over-match allows the Confederacy to defeat the Union and sets the stage for a series of novels exploring the outcome and future conflicts arising.
Excerpt: First off let us draw your attention to the fact that one man, Danny Green/Radioactive Software, worked hard to bring this ambitious third-person/RTS hybrid to the PC gaming world. This was done in about 1 year. Quite a feat and one that made us wary of what to expect, possibly that it will be rough around the edges.
Pros: Large Maps, Great Concept
Cons: Large Maps, Limited Control Options, No Players Online
Excerpt: The American Civil war, but with tanks Paradox Interactive has announced the forthcoming release of Gettysburg: Armored Warfare. It’s a free-to-play online game that promises to be a hybrid of Real-time strategy and first-person shooter. It’s set in the American Civil War, only there is a difference. In this version of the war there are tanks. Yea-ha.
Summary: "Radioactive Software a Paradox Interactive vytvoøili online RTS Gettysburg: Armored Warfare, ve které se podíváme do jakési obèanské války v Americe. Kromì jiného nabídne rovnìž bitvy dvou rùzných týmù s maximálním poètem hráèù, kterých mùže být 32 a vyspìlé zbranì z roku 2060...