Conclusion: This game was launched with more bugs than an Indiana Jones movie and on release it was virtually unplayable. It's a shame because it's clear from the forums on the Ageod website that the game was rushed out to meet their distributor's deadlines and the company has taken a bashing as a result.
Conclusion: The glamorous presentations and anticipations from ageod have been fully disappointed! The game hit the stores, 2 months ago, in a pre-beta state, severely bugged, unstable and unfinished! The complex game was release without a game-manual support: The paper manual included in the box does not even include basic rules. The electronic rules-book quoted in the paper manual was not included in the installation dvd because not yet edited!
Conclusion: After years of waiting for a decent ww1 game what a disappointment. 9 Hours of play & not 1 battle,6 of those hours spent waiting on a1 to make its move, even the small scenarios your left waiting for the enemy to engage until your so fed up & frustrated you turn your pc off. A one star rating is too much!
Conclusion: WWI published by AGEod is a terrible game. It was sold few months ago at alpha development level: bugged, unfinished, unstable, doc unsupported. In last weeks and then months, many patches followed: any new patch has been announced as the solution to game troubles. The true is quite different: the game is far being bug free. A fatal crash will often waste your enjoyment and the hours spent after the scenario you were playing.
Conclusion: This game will have you working out your warmachine of that time in a long and tough fight to bring the end to what they thougt then was the end to all wars. The game at the begining before i got the latest patch had bugs mostley hangups... Patch v1.0.6a made the game run sweet, it can be found ont the official site for the game so if you enjoy history and would like to change it give it a go q;-)