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Military Games

Military Games

Rome: Total War

By Eric T. Baker

Fans of ancient combat are in luck due to the release of Rome: Total War for the PC from Activision. Read more

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Codename: Panzers

By Eric T. Baker

Codename: Panzers from CDV for the PC uses the troops, equipment, and tanks of World War II as the fodder for a real-time strategy game. Read more

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Vietnam is the setting for two action games.

By Eric T. Baker

The Battlefield franchise is famous for its on-line, multiplayer depictions of World War II combat. Battlefield Vietnam for the PC brings the action into the 20th century and provides the players with modernized weaponry and vehicles, while adding a more immersive infantry experience. Read more

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Commandos and Ghosts

By Eric T. Baker

World War II continues to be very hot on the video game front. Commandos 3: Destination Berlin puts the player in command of an elite unit of Special Forces behind enemy lines in Europe. Read more

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The Battle Above the Clouds

By Eric T. Baker

Avalanche Press has two new games out. The first is Dave Powell’s War of the States: Chickamauga & Chattanooga, the second in the War of the States series. Read more

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Granada: A Turning Point in History

By Eric T. Baker

Hard as it may be to remember today, most of Spain was once in Arab hands. For over 700 years, Spanish Christians tried to end the Arab kingdoms of southern Spain, while the Moors (as the Spanish referred to them) saw the Spaniards as backward and barbaric. Read more

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Uncommon Valor

By Eric T. Baker

Uncommon Valor: Campaign for the South Pacific is new from Matrix Games. Together with legendary game designer Gary Grigsby, Joel Billings and Keith Brors of 2by3Games have created an operational campaign game of the South Pacific during World War II. Read more

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Military Board Games

By Peter Suciu

The debate over the outcome of famous battles, or how aspects of them might have happened differently, often begins almost before the wounded have healed or the long-lasting results have been understood. Read more