Posted on May 3, 2010 in Electronic Games
John Tiller’s Naval Campaigns: Midway introduces air combat to the series, and this review finds the game challenging and engrossing but with some problems over ship formation and aircraft control and mission planning.
Posted on Feb 8, 2008 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
If you’re a fan of the Settlers series, then you could do worse than by checking out this latest incarnation.
Posted on Oct 3, 2007 in Books and Movies, Front Page Features
With the very simplest of sketches of India and the background, Spilsbury focuses almost immediately on the experiences of those involved as recounted from their letters, diaries and books.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
Carriers at War is an update of a 90s classic. Read the ACG review to see if this game does the original justice.
Posted on Aug 5, 2007 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
Mike takes a look at HPS Campaign Chickamauga. Can the confederates force the Union into retreat? Only you can decide.
Posted on Jun 14, 2007 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
It’s Prussia and France in a battle royale. Mike takes HPS Jena Auerstaedt for a spin.
Posted on May 22, 2007 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
Join the Civil War as the Union or Johnny Reb and experience the thrill of the Vicksburg campaign. Head in to read our review of HPS Campaign Vicksburg
Posted on Mar 14, 2007 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. And when in an ancient battlefield, kill or be killed. We take a look at Ancient Warfare: Punic Wars. Find out if it passes the ACG test.
Posted on Dec 4, 2006 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
Take to the skies as the British Bomber Command or the Luftwaffe to bury Germany under rubble or defend the Fatherland. Muster up to read our review of Defending the Reich!
Posted on Mar 3, 2006 in Electronic Games, Front Page Features
Although named “Campaign Peninsula” this is somewhat of a misnomer, as this game really only covers the Seven Days, rather than the full Peninsula Campaign which commenced at the beginning of April with the siege of Yorktown, but it is no less enjoyable for that.