Summary: After a little bit of learning, this game is similar to xcom. The cool thing is you get to build your army and then play a scenario (like xcom) where you exchange turn based moves and firing. I was a bit disappointed though that after the first 1/2 to 12 scenarios, I went back to the beginning replaying the same scenarios and starting with only a couple of soldiers. The game is a lot of fun and I would give it a 10 if only it were finished.
Summary: This game is one of the best strategy games I own. It's turn based, which gives you all the time you need to think or anything, and there are tons of singleplayer missions to play through. The graphics are very good, although I've seen better from 2012. The gameplay is fluid and easy to follow. The controls may be tough to get at first, but after a few missions you'll be commanding your troops like Patton himself.
Summary: Was looking for a Christmas gift for my 7 year old son. He wanted a war game that we could play together. This was an abysmal buy. The game interface is terrible. This thing looks and feels like an early 90s computer game. There is no true multiplayer option. Multiplayer in this context really just means taking turns like you're playing a board game. There's no strategy here. There's no action. There's no real play. This is a poorly conceived, designed, and built game.