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Empire's latest is one of the most polished war-games you'll come across this year. Everything from the packaging to the software is well presented. The only snag is that it won't appeal to everyone. War game fans will have been waiting for this, while the on-spec buyer could well end up being disappointed if they aren't into this sort of thing. [pages 22ff]
Jetzt ist es auch auf dem ST Zeit für einige deftige Panzerschlachten, denn Empire hat die gelungene Mischung aus Strategie und Simulation für die treuen Atari-Fans umgesetzt. Optisch und spielerisch hat sich im Vergleich zum Amiga nichts geändert, der Sound in den Actionsequenzen ist allerdings nicht mehr so gut und auf den animierten Vorspann wurde ganz verzichtet, (Was
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You've really got to wonder. They were lucky to sell so many first time round, so charging people for what should have been in the original just isn't on. This is one reviewer who hasn't been blasted by the hype.
Billed as a strategic/tactical simulation of the World War II Western Front, it is adequate on the former level and almost an arcade rendition of the latter. Some interface inadequacies contribute to the “vanillaness” of this product.
This has to be one of the most disappointing games ever to have reached the ST. It's extremely temperamental when you try to load different maps and it crashes so often you feel like just chucking your ST out of the window. Buying Campaign is a waste of £35.