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It took a truly horrific defeat for me to knuckle down and attempt to break through Wargame: AirLand Battle's tough, uncaring exterior. I'd tossed aside the campaign, had one skirmish match under my belt, and I dived head-fir... read feature

Growing up during the dawn of PC strategy games, playing everything from Dune II and Command & Conquer to Panzer General, took its toll on my teenage years. History classes only became worth paying attention to when it co... read feature

Five ways to suck at Wargame: European Escalation


Feb 24
Wargame: European Escalation was released for PC yesterday. After failing at a certain mission and losing momentum, leading to a 1.5-hour mission, I realized there are a couple of ways to play this game if you've played many ... read

Get your final Wargame screens before the Cold War starts


Feb 18
Eugen System's latest RTS, Wargame European Escalation, is but a week away. In an effort to tantalize your eyeballs, they've released a final batch of screenshots. Despite the silly name I'm quite interested, I never gave ... read

Wargame: European Escalation trailer shows off NATO power


Jan 13
MLRS alert! A new trailer for Wargame: European Escalation, comprised of in-game footage, gives you a look at some of the more iconic NATO units from the 1975-1985 Cold War era. I came away impressed when I saw it in action ... read

Europe escalates in these new Wargame screenshots


Oct 28
Eugen System's upcoming title European Escalation will see you travel around mediterranean Europe to protect the monetary union, hunting down tax evaders, bringing to justice corrupt government officials who provide false num... read

A look at Wargame: European Escalation's multiplayer


Oct 07
In August, Maurice Tan gave us pretty extensive preview on Wargame: European Escalation. Much in the same vein as Eugen System's R.U.S.E. that came before it, Wargame is a deep real-time strategy game with a focus on epic war... read
R.U.S.E. was a pretty fun game to play on the PC, but it felt a bit like Eugen Systems had to hold back on depth to also make it work on the console version. For Wargame: European Escalation, the developers have seemed to go all out on creating an incredibly realistic, deep, but still fun real-time strategy game that uses an updated version of their IRISZOOM engine used in R.U.S.E. read feature







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