Summary: For the price I paid I'm not disappointed. I really wanted a game like panzer generals from back in the day. This fits the bill but I was expecting a lot more to be honest. There's no cut scenes like panzer general but there is a lot you can do with the game that I haven't explored yet.
Summary: As a lover of strategy games, (have been playing the civilization games for a decade) this was is simply so-so. Needs more complex strategy and. Also not a lot of content within the game, very few maps, overly simplified air force roles, etc. Not terrible though, especially for the price.
Summary: The thing I like the most about this game are the graphics and supply chain, but beyond that there's plenty to disappoint. First, it's expensive for what you're getting. Very, very few maps and for 20 bucks--a very,very short game.
Summary: Unity of Command appears to be a serious effort to kill off what little interest remains in strategic war games. It gets lots of high review scores from 'professional reviewers', who all seem to agree that this game depicts Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the USSR in 1941.
Summary: Good strategic game reminiscent of Panzer Leader / Russian Front style board games. Greatest challenge for most scenarios is the turn limit aspect. In terms of re-creating the actual grand strategy of the Eastern Front, the creators missed the mark, which is odd as they seem to be obsessed with...
Summary: A traditional game in WW2 setting where you move armies on a hex field. I saw the demo and didn't buy the full version because the game somehow lacks touch. It's very cold, too abstract, and has very boring premise (cmon, simulating ww2 again? haven't I seen dozens of games like this already)..