Summary: ...it's beautiful but so doggoned difficult that it ceases being fun. Even the experts doing the walk-thrus on YouTube confess it took 'em dozens of tries to succeed--and there are some maps that simply cannot produce more than a marginal victory.
Summary: Unity of Command is a strategy game, but not a military strategy game. It is much more like a chess or checkers game. The board, or terrain, the game is played on is nearly irrelevant because it has little impact on the field of play, even though the manual claims it does.
Summary: I was thinking a remake of the classic Atari game, Eastern Front 1941, and it was nothing like it. I wanted to control the German invasion, alter history for fun with my own strategy and tactics, but this is a set step-by-step storyline, going from one part of the campaign to the next, playing out...
Summary: If you like hex war games this isnt the one,.All phases are under par in my estimation(I played panzer general number one forever and it blows this gm away),.The overall ability to play full scenarios,.Forget it,.I could go into detail why this game is half azz ,.The units are all the same!
Summary: I initially really liked this game. Had some great combat and supply mechanics and had I reviewed it straight away I would of given it a 9 for sure. But the campaign progression is just broken. I enjoyed going through from scenario to scenario up until it just stopped.