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World in Conflict: Complete Edition Reviews (Windows)

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90
GameStar (Germany) (Mar, 2009)
Mir hat die Russen-Kampagne eigentlich nicht gefehlt, trotzdem fühlt sich World in Conflict jetzt wesentlich runder an. Von Soviet Assault hätte ich zwar (umfangtechnisch) mehr erwartet, das Komplettpaket merzt aber endlich die kleinen Mängel der Ursprungsfassung aus. Und so bekommt das Taktikspiel jetzt das, was es meiner Meinung nach schon immer verdient hat: die 90.
90
IGN (Mar 16, 2009)
If you've already purchased World in Conflict, then it's Soviet Assault you should be looking at, not the Complete Edition. The six new missions included in this version are well-constructed, add an interesting dimension to the story by building sympathy with the Soviets, as well as offer more characters fleshed out with strong voice acting and in-engine cutscenes. They're distributed throughout the original campaign instead of presented in a continuous string so you won't be playing through them all at once. If you're new to the game, then the Complete Edition is without question worth checking out, offering a distinct brand of real-time tactical gameplay that forgoes base building and complex resource collection in favor of immediate action and an accessible, streamlined system of reinforcement and explosive special attacks. For newbies, the extra missions in this version make an already great campaign even better.
80
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Mar 17, 2009)
Ultimately this lack of tactical substance in the single-player campaign means the game feels a little unbalanced in favour of the online gaming experience, but it's hard to punish World in Conflict for that when the rest of the game is so fine. Don't call it a comeback, but I'm glad to see this game sitting on the shelves again. And now that I think about it, this is one nugget of military gold that never left my hard drive in the first place.