Summary: This game is pretty sweet IF you are a fan of isometric turn-based strategy games. I don't think this is the kind of game that would win people over to this genre of game like Bioshock did for FPSs or maybe XCOM did for this kind of game, but if you are already a fan of grid-based turn-based strategy there is quite a lot to like here.
Summary: A really neat tactical strategy RPG. If you liked Vandal Hearts, Shining Force, or Final Fantasy Tactics then this game is for you. The story is about a special forces squad during WWII. To make it a little interesting there's werewolves, vampires and zombies in the game. Each battle can range from up to 30 minutes to a couple hours. The camera functions were a little strange at first but you get used to it.
Summary: Anyone who likes ATLUS (Ogre battle fanboys like myself) will enjoy this game very much. The cam is a HUGE problem. All the controls for it are weird and inverted, and you can't change that. THAT is unacceptable and the only reason it isn't getting 5 stars. The gameplay itself is deep and unique.
Summary: I find this game very fun. It is challenging to find the most effective way to progress through a mission. It requires you to think about where you leave your troopers, and how they should react to enemy troops. The graphics are ok, the sounds are ok, but the challenge of the game more than makes up for it.
Summary: Crap! This game was no fun! I bought this at GS for $10. I threw it in the trash a week later! There are so many things wrong with this game that I don't have the time to list them. The idea/story was cool but it just wasn't fun to play!
Summary: I had a lot of fun with this game. There isn't much I can say which trashcanman didn't cover in his front page review, which actually led to me buying this game in the first place. My first run through took me about 60 or so hours, and I did all the extra missions and got 900/1000 achievement points. There is a 100 point achievement tied to beating the game in a certain amount of time, I believe 35 hours, which is easily doable from what I've read.