By Joseph Luster So much of the World War II gaming world is dotted with iterative sequels that some measure of surprise at a new IP is to be expected. Not to knock all of the big-dog franchises; the genre wouldn’t be the same without the greats that build on their own successes year after year, from strategy to shooting and beyond. Still, the announcement of a new game project from City Interactive (Project Freedom, WWII: Pacific Heroes, Wings of Honour) was nevertheless a breath of fresh ai

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