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Massive Assault Network 2 (Windows)

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If you’re a strategy buff, you need to get this game. I wouldn’t consider myself a wannabe Napoleon, but even so, if I ever master this game, I think I could probably give him a run for his money. Wargaming.net has a real winner in Massive Assault Network 2.
games xtreme
It’s clear to see that the game has done exactly what it set out to do. Assigning a score to this review is very difficult. If you are looking for a turn based strategy game, then this is the only choice to make, anything else looks like a poor effort in comparison. If you are a casual gamer or dislike investing many hours into a game until you are no longer having your ass handed to you then you will hate the game. This game is unlikely to turn people on to strategy games but if you’re looking for an honest strategy challenge, that has all the polish of a blockbuster title, Massive Assault Network 2 is the ideal choice.
Game Chronicles
Massive Assault Network 2 is a well-made turn-based strategy game with some interesting twists to give a different gameplay style to a sometimes overworked genre. For those looking for a good looking and different strategy game to play against others or just against the computer MAN 2 is a sure bet.
Gameplay (Benelux)
Wagaming.net lijkt vastgeroest te zitten aan de Massive Assault-formule. Nog steeds heel leuk, maar het déjà vu-gevoel is groot!
Massive Assault Network 2 is a solid title that is sure to find its audience of dedicated gamers. The unique online approach is a great way to get into a strategy game if you’ve never played one before. The strip down presentation and easy to use interface allows anyone to get into the game without any barriers. Hardcore gamers might scoff at the basic graphics and lack of significant updates compared to the first game. Gamers that have never played the first game should check out MAN2 for a unique strategy experience that will get you hooked.
Out Of Eight
The game is obviously not revolutionary, but it is a well-designed game that features relatively simple gameplay mechanics that should appeal to new players. Massive Assault Network 2 is a solid and entertaining strategy game that should provide enjoyment for people who like the genre. The removal of monthly subscription fees sweetens the pot, and the ease of joining and playing online games makes Massive Assault Network 2 the most polished of the games in the series. This title feels more like one of the yearly updated EA Sports games, where a couple of tweaks have been made from the previous version. Thus, owners of previous version of the game might be wary to dive into this new title since it is extremely similar. But, this is a fine culmination of the series and Massive Assault Network 2 is a enjoyable strategy game if you fancied the earlier versions.
Diehard GameFan
Massive Assault Network 2 blazes no new territories other than having a reliable server to test wits with against other people. For what it is – an online focused strategy game – it’s decent, and will endear itself to the hardcore strategy crowd; for those people, I recommend this game, as long as the $40 price tag isn’t too much. If the price were $30, I could recommend it higher. For people that don’t play strategy games, I don’t recommend this; the learning curve is too steep, the AI opponents are too hard, and the other assorted issues could turn you off to the genre altogether.