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7.1 out of 10

Order of War

Massive military might. Relive the epic battles of World War II Read more

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This game is awesome. Would be one of the best if it ...

Leslie "Les", Amazon
18 September 2014
  • Summary: This game is awesome. Would be one of the best if it was moddable as it definitely needs more skirmishes. No crashes or bugs. Would love to see a second installment.... so much fun!
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Five Stars

Woodrow Bagg, Amazon
26 August 2014
Overall 10
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Better then company of heros!

MKlatt59, Amazon
31 March 2014
  • Summary: One of the best games I have ever played! It blows company of heros out of the water!! It's a little hard to figure out at first, but owned you get the hang of it, it is amazing!!
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Order of war

Leanah M. Mills, Amazon
10 March 2013
  • Summary: My grandson really likes this game also and spends many hours on the computer playing it and figuring out what he wants to do next with it.
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Very good game if you ask me.

Michael Wertz, Amazon
21 May 2011
  • Summary: I think it's a great game. I enjoy playing so much I go back to it repeatedly; sure would like to see a similar model and engine based upon battles in the American Civil War.
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Fun and easy to learn, but also detailed and authentic

C. Keeling "Severian", Amazon
5 October 2009
  • Summary: Order of War ([...]) is an excellent entry into the World War II real-time strategy genre. Although this type of game isn't new, Order of War provides new ideas and a fresh perspective on the typical (and not-so-typical) battles of the Second World War. For one thing, you can command hundreds of men and vehicles in even a relatively small engagement. Some of the larger battles are so immense that it's hard to keep your units on the screen!
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Overall 10
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Cool visuals, dynamic gameplay and loads of fun!

Eugene Killam, Amazon
29 September 2009
  • Summary: Bought Order of War about a week ago and spent something like 25-30 hours playing it. Being a fan of WWII RTS games for years (CoH, WiC, MoW) I got interested by the opportunity to play WiC-like battles but on larger scale and with nicer graphics - and actually haven't been disappointed yet. OoW plays like a decent and well-balanced strategy game with cool visuals and quick-paced gameplay. There is no resource-gathering and base-building.
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Very Fun; Easy to Install

M. Ignacio, Amazon
29 September 2009
  • Summary: I'm not sure what the two people below are talking about, but I just bought my copy from Amazon.com (arrived yesterday) and was able to install without any problem. It does use Steam, but it accepted my reg code without any problems. Steam won't activate games that are trying to be installed before the release date, so maybe that was the issue? Anyway, the game also came with an extra unit (the Heavy Bomber) that other retailers don't include.
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Overall 10
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COH on a massive scale

AVengerROcks, Play.com
18 April 2010
  • Conclusion: I had no problems installing this. You only need to activate the keycode on steam and install the game from disc. Takes minutes. very nice graphics and sounds and is, in my opinion a very creditable rts. Holding keypoints can make the game a very tactical affair. No base building required, holding flag points earns you points for buying reinforcements and/or air/artillary strikes. Plays similar to COH/World in Conflict.
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Mixture of coolest genres

MRWizzard, Play.com
18 April 2010
  • Conclusion: Just finished the game and spent some really exciting hours with it so I would love to share with you my views on "Order of War" title. First off I should I say that I never considered myself an RTS fan (shooters is my passion actually). That's probably why I was advised to try namely this game. And yes, the absence of head racking micromanagement, production and recharging was what I greatly appreciated in this game. OOW is all about dynamism.
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