Reviews and Problems with Dai Senryaku VII: Modern Military Tactics
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Modern Military Tactics not for the weak
P. Baker, Amazon
11 November 2006
Summary: This is an in-depth war gaming experience with a very steep learning curve. I actually had to do research onlne to ensure the right weapon PACs during game play. This is one of the best high level attempts at a "Squad Leader" level of game play I've enjoyed since "Advanced Wars 2". (AW2 is 1/8 the effort compared to Dia Senryaku). If you no longer have your group of "Squad Leader" buddies, this can and will fulfill your need for detailed war gaming.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
30 September 2006
Summary: Dai Senryaku 7 is an old school strategy game, complete with a hexagonal grid map and units to move around the board. Despite the fully 3D intro sequence, once you get into the gameplay it's all flat. You have a seutp screen with very simple graphics, to choose sides and options. Once you're in actual gameplay, you can "zoom" above the map, but you're just getting a sideways view on the gameboard. This is similar to Advance Wars.
Summary: Here is a quick review of this game to let you know what to expect. It's a Turn Based Strategy game (TBS) meaning that each participant in the battle will take turns moving their army around the battle field. Think Chess with MANY more units and MUCH larger maps. Unlike Advance Wars (for the GBA) Dai Senryaku VII is played on a grid of hexagons. This obviously allows you to move your units with more freedom than Advance Wars.