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H-Hour: World’s Elite

by Joseph Luster

Keeping with the theme of team-based tactical shooters is H-Hour: World’s Elite, which is currently in the works at SOF Studios, which has former SOCOM talent—the project is spearheaded by David Sears, creative director of the original SOCOM—among its ranks. Read more

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Game Features: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

By Joseph Luster

The twisted World War II-themed Wolfenstein 3D came screaming back to life last year when developer MachineGames teamed up with Bethesda Softworks to release Wolfenstein: The New Order. Read more

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By Joseph Luster

This War of Mine is unlike any war game I’ve ever played. Part strategy game, part The Sims, 11 bit studios’ bleak wartime experience is something that’s tough to play but important. Read more

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Game Reviews: Sniper Elite’s Zombie Army Trilogy

by Joseph Luster

Oxford-based developer Rebellion Games—whose credits range from 1994’s Alien vs. Predator to 2012’s NeverDead and beyond—is giving shooter fans another chance to take in the Sniper Elite stand-alone Nazi Zombie Army games in the handy Zombie Army Trilogy collection. Read more

Game designer Johan Nagel explains that with Vietnam 65, winning the hearts and minds of the locals is essential for success.

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Game Features: Vietnam 65

by James Hart

No static occupations, no traditional front lines, and growing opposition from both the local population and citizens back home—for America, Vietnam was a very different kind of war. Read more

Despite the plot and fantastical mission designs, Gameloft's Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a very impressive mobile FPS.

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Game Reviews: Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour

by James Hart

Creating good games has never seemed to be the Gameloft business model. Instead, the media giant tries to create engaging mobile versions of blockbusters already published on other platforms. Read more

Though there are some marked improvements in Men At War: Assault Squad 2, it's easy to see why fans of the original may be a little disappointed.

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Game Features: Men at War: Assault Squad 2

by James Hart

There’s no shortage of real-time strategy (RTS) games using World War II as their backdrop, and Digitalmindsoft’s Men of War: Assault Squad 2 is everything you’d expect: skirmish-oriented combat that offers a satisfying multiplayer experience. Read more

If you're looking for a well-priced downloadable WWII flight game, give City Interactive's Dogfight 1942 a try.

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Game Features: Dogfight 1942

by Joseph Luster

World War II aerial combat games are surprisingly not that few and far between, at least relative to what one would expect from such a niche genre. Read more