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5.2* out of 10

Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege

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Overall 5
Gameplay 3
Graphics 6
Sound 7
Storyline 4
Replay value 1

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8 August 2006
  • Excerpt: There is no shortage of war based, real-time strategy games for the PC, so Cinemaware already has to face a glutton of competition with their release of Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege. The game highlights the main battles between the Germans and the Soviets in World War II and allows for play on both sides. Just as the timeline suggests, the gamer first plays as the Germans and shifts to the Russian side when the tide of the war turns.
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Overall 5

Expert Review

20 July 2006
  • Summary: Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege is the latest World War II real-time strategy game to roll our way, and it comes with such a generic name that it's understandably easy to confuse with other recent World War II games, such as Rush for Berlin and World War II Combat: Road to Berlin. There's no shortage of World War II real-time strategy games, either, so a game really has to deliver something cool or interesting in order to stand out.
  • Pros: Some of the destructible environments and explosions look pretty
  • Cons: Dull, unoriginal World War II real-time strategy, game can be a micromanagement nightmare, dated graphics that looked old two years ago
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