Review: Quatre Batailles en Espagne

I almost called this article The French Connection because in many respects, that’s what it’s all about. If the UK is the center of...

Unity of Command 2 Review

2019 may be remembered in the next few years as the Year of the Wargame. We’ve seen several very quality wargames come out this...

Arma 3: Contact Review

I was as skeptical as anyone when the news showed up that the next Arma 3 expansion was going to be about aliens. "Oh...

Bataille Empire Review

It was the very first thing I did at the 2019 HMGS Fall In Convention a few weeks ago. I stood in front of...

Order of Battle WW2: Red Star Review

By now, most are familiar with Order of Battle: World War Two and the kind of experience it offers. One of the more successful...

Review: Battle of Empires 1914 – 1918

So I’m doing an inventory and purge of my Steam account the other day, when I notice a game I’ve not played in a...

Review: Tigers on the Hunt: Normandy

Tigers on the Hunt: Normandy is the newest DLC addition to the Tigers on the Hunt base game. The original game is required to...

Review: Battle Fleet: Ground Assault

What do you get when you take a very popular, computer based naval warfare game, then change all the oceans to the forests and...

Fantasy General II Review

There’s a certain danger to playing a long-awaited sequel. For some beloved properties the weight of years will make anything new developers produce inadequate....

Review: Wars of Succession

Whoa! What a difference a year makes. I reviewed the Beta that many months ago, and to be honest, I had some serious reservations...

Review: Scourge of War: Quatre Bras

Quatre Bras was one of Napoleon’s two incomplete victories two days before Waterloo. The other, Ligny, saw the French holding the field but allowing...

Review: Gettysburg: The Tide Turns

The surprise defeat of Robert E. Lee by George G. Meade’s Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg marked both a high water mark for...

Review: Shadow War: Armageddon

There are few things that hold a Warhammer 40K player in such a vice-like grip of nostalgia like Necromunda does. Set in the lowest...

Review: Red Star/White Eagle (The Second)

I have a history with this game. Many moons ago when I was still in the Army, Uncle Sam shipped my household goods to...

Review: Twilight of Divine Right

One of the spiffy things about being an officer (Honorable Webmaster; yes I get around and no, I don’t have a life) of the...

Legacy Review: Campaigns on the Danube

Been having a blast this past weekend, playing a computer game that always gets my “Best Game You’ve Never Played” Award. Hopefully this article...

Review: 1812: The Invasion of Canada

The reasons why the War of 1812 is America’s most forgotten war are simple: it was a shameless land grab and a military disaster....

Strategic Mind: The Pacific Review

Oh Boy. I’ve been on a bit of a rollercoaster of emotions over the past couple nights. I started out being impressed at the...

Review: Heliborne

One of my major disappointments in games is the consistent lack of flight titles. The industry seems to have an aversion to three dimensions,...

Steel Division 2 Review

Up near the Korean DMZ there's a place called Rodriguez Range. If you make the trek up the hill to the control tower, you...

Review: Barbarroja

OK, this was unique. As a mini guy I’ve always been a sucker for great, colorful graphics in computer games. This was what drew...

Review: Peninsular War Battles

Despite its crucial role in the downfall of Napoleon, the Peninsular War in Spain and Portugal from 1808 to 1814 has not received much...

Review: Total War: ROME II – Empire Divided DLC

The Fall of the Roman Empire was one of the saddest moments in history; almost as sad as that scene where the dog dies...

Review: Field Commander: Rommel

For normal people, death and taxes are the things that are always with us. For wargamers, it’s death, taxes and Rommel. Movies, books, articles...

Review: WARTILE

I recently discovered the corner of YouTube given over to obsessive model-builders, that obsessively caring bunch of people who take pride in their painstaking...

Seven Days to the River Rhine Review

One of the neat things about historical miniatures wargaming is its cottage industry status. In other words, although there are some full-time major players...

Review: Clad in Iron: Gulf of Mexico 1864

The nineteenth century was the incubator for modern naval warfare. Steam, rifled cannon, iron armor, advanced communication – all these essential components of modern...

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