Summary: As the strategic initiative swings in favor of the Soviets, you are tasked with liberating the motherland in command of victorious Red Army forces. Great for modding, with Unity of Command 1.04 featuring a scenario editor. A little pricey, but a very nice add on (dlc) to the game.
Summary: First off and most importantly, I had fun playing the game and enjoyed it over all. The user interface was easy to use and well thought out. Game play was challenging and the AI was effective.
Summary: It's worth a few bucks on sale, looks boardgame/shiny nice, but in my experience just not a lot of meat or depth to the campaign and individual battles. I also bought the Stalingrad Campaign (DLC however, other older rehabbed games at Matrix are so much better than Unity of Command, like Panzer...
Summary: If you liked Panzer General you will like this game, because it plays almost exactly the same. Its a good remake of the 90's classic panzer general, so casual gamers can get into this as well as a grognard, but grognards need to remember its not a full blown war sim.
Summary: Yes, the game is worth playing if you like war games--but only on sale. Like Steam $15. But full price--no way. I jumped into this thinking I'd have hours and hours of play for the campaign but finished it quickly (like I'm married with kids and don't have time -- quickly) on 3/7 scenarios.
Summary: For something that was 14 euros on Steam, this is a very solid strategy game. I've only played a little bit of it, but so far I'm enjoying it a lot. It's a fairly simple game, but getting into it might take you a little while.
Summary: Pros: 1. Beautifully crafted flawless game engine 2. Game concepts are abstract, without being oversimplified 3. Easy to learn, but hard to master universe 4. The game provides a deep challenge in both logistics and tactics 5. Game art is minimalistic, but elegant 6.