There has never been a lot of big games to come out of Denmark, but Heroes & Generals has to be one of the biggest in recent years along with INSIDE. The game is a nice mix between a real time strategy game and a first person shooter, I actually got quite addicted to the game in the beginning stages when I first started playing. The game does get grindy – which I think is fair enough since afterall it is a free to play game, you can pay for stuff, but you can also unlock that stuff by simply … Continue reading Heroes & Generals review
Fog of War focuses on the Eastern Front during the “Great Patriotic War” which is a term used to describe many of the conflicts fought during World War II between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. Fog of War is a … Continue reading Fog of War review
When I first booted up Days of War I started out by playing a map called Omaha – I actually had to look up if the game was by the same developers as the Day of Infamy mod for Insurgency as the map looked so similiar – it is obviously inspired by a map from Day of Defeat, but still there’s room for creativity. Continue reading Days of War review
With all these new World War II games being released recently I decided to take a look back at “Forgotten Hope 2” – a WWII modification for Battlefield 2 which could almost be considered a game in its own right. Continue reading Forgotten Hope 2: Ahead of its time?
Every once in a while I check steam for World War II game releases, I finally decided to buy Days of Infamy and it certainly hasn’t gone under my radar. In fact, I bought the game Insurgency just because of the mod by the same name. Continue reading Day of Infamy review
June 30th, 2014. That was the date my favorite game of all time was supposed to die. EA and DICE neglected us, the loyal fans who were stupid enough to buy every Battlefield ever released because of Battlefield 1942. Continue reading Battlefield 1942: 15 years past