Wargame: European Escalation [Download]

06/08/2013 - Comment

2 sides, 8 nations, and one battlefield: Europe!Wargame: European Escalation¬†is an intense and spectacular Real Time Strategy game, where realism and strategy are brought to the front lines. With a phenomenal range of vehicles and units (over 350 different models), build your army and enter a huge military campaign across Europe of the 80’s, as

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2 sides, 8 nations, and one battlefield: Europe!Wargame: European Escalation is an intense and spectacular Real Time Strategy game, where realism and strategy are brought to the front lines.

With a phenomenal range of vehicles and units (over 350 different models), build your army and enter a huge military campaign across Europe of the 80’s, as the Cold War is about to become World War 3.

With the powerful IRISZOOM ,¬†Wargame¬†offers breathtaking graphics and battles as spectacular as they are strategic. Prepare to bring hundreds of units of all kinds–tanks, helicopters, squad Infantry, etc.–under your command in intense battles on gigantic maps stretching up to 150 km¬≤!

Online service EugenNet (c) provides a full multiplayer experience with creation of clans, organizing games, and world rankings where up to 8 players can compete simultaneously in massive battles involving hundreds of units!

Comments

Dagger One Bravo says:

T’is a Sweet Game EDIT: Before you read further, read this: After reading on some forums a bit more it appears that this game may contain at least some part of the formerly dreaded non-Steam DRM known as Starforce. Lot’s of people hate this DRM because it used to be notorious for destroying hard-drives, however, that version of Starforce is not used at all anymore that I know of. Supposedly, it is only used to monitor activations (assuming it is actually present at all) or something but I don’t know nor do I…

T. Pratt says:

Good, but… Unlike many games of this genre, WG-EE is very, very realistic. there’s some oddball stuff that has to be there to transform reality into a game, but it is one of the best attempts I’ve seen to replicate what a cold-war-gone-hot series of battles would look like.Some of the goofy stuff is irritating and needs fixing though – you can’t set travel waypoints for your units, so if you’re not careful they’ll take silly routes to areas exposing themselves to danger. Tanks are much more…

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