By Joseph Luster Order of Battle: World War II is a game that’s been around for a while in one form or another, but it only recently cemented itself as a solid hub for a variety of WWII-related campaigns. What started out as a Pacific Theater-oriented outing is now essentially a menu to which you can add as many or as few additional DLC campaigns as you like. Its key strength, then, is customizability. Oh, and the turn-based warfare is pretty darn good, too. With the free version of Order of

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