Summary: Found the game to be a little tedious and very large in scope. As a working stiff did not have time to really learn it like I should. I have known many who have this game as well as the HOI series and almost all enjoy the HOI series more. If I were retired I would probably have liked it better. It is very awkward to learn the ropes and will take a bit of time to become competitive.
Summary: It plays well & is easy to learn how to play. I thought I'd be able to choose from more than 7 countries though. However, the game crashes from time to time and takes a long time to load saved campaigns. Both of those traits can get very annoying...
Summary: I think writing down a review should be optional. Just like how it used to be. I just want to give a couple of stars, clear my order history and get on with the rest of my day. But now we can't send a rating until we give a review on the product we ordered. I used to only write a review if there was something wrong. I f not, then I give five stars. I don't time to write a review for everything I order so I'll just copy and paste this on every order.
Summary: This game is very good and works on my Win 7 laptop. There were no problems with the game. In this game you get to be a major player in the WW2 campaign and you could win WWII for any major country.
Summary: I'm a big wargaming fan, have been since the long gone days of table top miniatures and avalon hill and SPG board games. This game I didn't expect alot out of, but it has failed even that. I don't know if the game can be playable or not, but there is one issue that this game has, that Enigma Software is refusing to address or to even support, and that is, everytime you go into a land battle, the game will crash to desktop.
Summary: This game is a very poor knockoff of much better games like Hearts of Iron. The artwork is cheesy and the introduction pages have so many misspellings and other grammatical problems that it presents a very unpolished image. I played it for like an hour before I got fed up. Buy Hearts of Iron III instead!
Summary: got it pretty cheap, so i'm not too upset. what it boils down to is it's supposed to be a mix of RTS and RISK, which is an awesome concept (hence why i bought it). the RISK part, turn based war game, was pretty fun and thats mostly all i play this game as now. the 3d globe map is pretty darn cool, i really like the diplomacy and internal affairs aspect, really neat! the RTS portion was...eh ok i guess.