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Never before has there been a simulation that so perfectly balances battlefield strategy and tactics. If you weren't a strategy fan before, you will be.
Working Designs delivers the goods again. This time with an awesome WWII simulator (is some one eventually going to sim something other than WWII and the Civil War but I digress). Anyway what you have here is a heavily option ladden sim that allows you to play single battles or an all out all encompassing campaign. No matter what you choose to do you can play any side in the conflict and have a ton of options at your fingure tips, to make the game as easy or as hard as you want. As an added plus the battles are resolved in awesome animation sequnces that you won't soon tire of.
All Game Guide
Iron Storm is a long and very engrossing game. Many options allow the game to be made easier, but overall it is a difficult game. Expect to spend a lot of time just completing one mission. The overall war will take many, many hours to complete.
In the end, if you're looking for a lengthy and challenging game and are a fan of classic War simulators (or Working Designs) then Iron Storm is definitely worth a look.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Military simulations have been overdone so much recently that I was expecting to be disappointed with Iron Storm even before I got into the action. Once the game was powered up, I found myself in control of the German forces invading France in the beginning of WWII and loving it.
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