Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Collectors Edition Vol. 1
This collection contains three Advanced Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games.
This strategy game has players commanding armies of fantasy creatures such as ogres, wizards, and vampires.
Dark Sun: Shattered Lands
Dark Sun: Shattered Lands is an Advanced Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game for the PC.
No games on this platform have been released yet!
Imperialism II: The Age of Exploration
Imperialism II is a more refined and interesting use of the Imperialism system, with an excellent interplay of elements.
Overall, Buccaneer feels like an unfinished work, and the fact that it offers a few really good features makes the overall package that much more disappointing.
Close Combat: Battle of the Bulge
Battle of the Bulge will appeal both to Close Combat veterans and to those simply looking for a good real-time strategy game with historical overtones.
This limited method of play is similar to first-generation real-time strategy games.
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: DeathKeep
Gamers new to fantasy adventuring will be disappointed by the graphics and playability, and hard-core role-players will be quickly frustrated by this game's inherent limitations.
Fantasy General is little more than Panzer General in a new box with some Dungeons and Drag... err… fantasy units in place of the tanks.
The game's best features are all but lost behind a poorly designed interface, insidious crash bugs, and a handful of design flaws.
Final Liberation: Warhammer Epic 40,000
Final Liberation looks and feels like a traditional turn-based wargame, but meticulous gameplay balance and dozens of imaginative units set it apart.
Just observing the aircraft in flight, especially at high altitude with contrails streaming, is enough to evoke admiration for what the developers have achieved.
Imperialism succeeds in creating an engrossing simulation of naked power-mongering.
Luftwaffe had the makings of an interesting, offbeat sim. Indeed, with some serious patching and a complete reissue, it could still become one.
Pacific General is a grand strategic game with a charming simplicity.
Someday, there will be a World War II armored warfare simulation with the essential features that fans of this genre want. Until then, we'll have to settle for Panzer Commander.
Panzer General 3D Assault
Though the 3D graphics can occasionally lead to command and control problems, the game is based on a good underlying system.
Panzer General II
There is obviously a great bubbling need for a quick-playing, accessible, slick, historical wargame - and Panzer General II more than fits the bill.
People's General represents the natural evolution of Panzer General II and the Living Battlefield series.
Randomly generated campaign missions, realistic settings that have you swearing at your crew, and sounds that place you IN a submarine are the great strengths that set Silent Hunter apart ...
Soldiers at War
If you're not looking for a time-intensive, stat-heavy WWII experience, then Soldiers at War is definitely worth a spin.
Sometimes, when you get a game design just right, it's okay to coast for awhile.
Steel Panthers is your chance to recreate some of World War II's classic armor battles from the comfort of your own home.
Steel Panthers III: Brigade Command 1939-1999
The changes to the system are for the better, but they simply make it feel morelike a glorified patch than a new game.