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Faces of War Review
Once you've mastered the controls, and got into the swing of things, it really becomes quite enjoyable. Sure, it's not really realistic, but sending a crack team of men against overwhelming odds is a sadistic yet thoroughly enjoyable perk of being a WW2 commander it seems. Your unit is invariably part of a grander scheme, and the majority of missions see you on huge maps, fighting and following the main computer controlled army.
Read the full article, Faces of War Review. By James Barlow on 19-Nov-06
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19 November 2006 13:02
The small squad of men makes it sound a little like a modern twist on Cannon Fodder

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20 November 2006 17:53
nice review

still not my kind of game though

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20 November 2006 23:34
In some ways you're right about it being like Cannon Fodder - just with slightly more involving play and troops with independent AI.

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