Aggression is a military real-time strategy game set within a historic context featuring role-playing elements. Play the role of a political leader of Russia, Great Britain, France or Germany. It is up to you to take firm decisions at the crucial period of the European history – the World Wars ages covering 1914 – 1945.
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Veröffentlichung: 10. Mai 2007
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Aggression is a military real-time strategy game set within a historic context featuring role-playing elements. Play the role of a political leader of Russia, Great Britain, France or Germany. It is up to you to take firm decisions at the crucial period of the European history – the World Wars ages covering 1914 – 1945.
The main feature of the game is a holistic approach to the state administration model. The player is controlling political, economic, technological and military spheres, which contributes to creating an atmosphere of ruling an actual country. Despite the extensive range of possibilities, the process of state administration in Aggression remains rather simple and easy to master. The majority of game aspects allow for flexible settings, thus giving the player a chance to set a desirable control level or choose the auto-control mode. Every choice made change the situation and the final result of how the world would end up after each war period and even what would happen between them.

Features List


Try out the true military strategy game that spans the period of 1910-1950.
Play by over 200 historical characters featuring the great names of history. Among them are political leaders, generals and public figures that lived during the period.
Participate in historical campaigns featuring hundreds of tasks. You can play as a leader of any of the four key countries, guide your nation through the entire World War age and take part in both of the World Wars.
Make your own choices and change global political strategy. You have an opportunity to set an alternative course of events in the European history.
Act on behalf of one of four countries available: Russia, Great Britain, Germany, France.
Control political, economic and military systems, influencing on the European political and military policies in the 20th century.
Be in the center of bloody battles, military operations planning, make new weaponry and technology research (from machine-guns to nuclear bombs), form political alliances and espionage.
Fight in major battles on 92 three-dimensional tactical maps.
Feel and experience the classical game graphics of the best in strategic genre, true-to-life physics, a large variety of special effects that contribute to the cinematic picture of all what's happening on the screen.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Pentium 4/Athlon XP 1.7 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video 128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Pentium 4/Athlon 64 3 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video 256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.9 Std. insgesamt
It's like Knights of Honor; but in WW1-2, so yes this game is worth a campgain or 7.
Verfasst: 3. Oktober
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2.0 Std. insgesamt
Do you want to manage surprisingly-sparse resources with unfriendly and broken menus over a time period that covers 2 world wars? If yes, you might enjoy this game. I've heard a great deal about Aggression's depth, and even with my limited playtime I managed to experience some of it.

However, to say Aggression is an unfriendly game is an understatement. While not the buggiest game I've played, Aggression is prone to crashes. The tutorial is easily broken, but this is actually due to poor design rather than poor code. Multitudes of information windows are lacking important information or hold no information at all. In game objectives suffer from the same bad design as the tutorial, ensuring they are far too easy to fail (if you don't have, say, an exact number of troops exactly close enough to reach an out of the way area of the map by a very short deadline).

I don't usually play large-scale strategy games, so perhaps when I say resources were uncomfortably limited I mean that it would take an expert or a person willing to fail over and over to really learn the ins and outs. I never had enough resources to feel comfortable with the economy, and I set all of my cities to auto-construct to compensate. Unfortunately, if your not invading or managing your cities, you really don't have much to do beside moving your ministers around (your ministers effectively being agents of your will). The most interesting part of the game is therefore management, but as I said many features and windows are either poorly explained or missing information completely, so you really have to research outside the game to figure out what it all means.

Combat is the weakest point of Aggression. The AI is some of the worst I've ever seen, and while the enemy can usually figure out how to kill you, your own units will struggle simply to follow your orders without getting slaughtered or running in front of tanks. This means that the second game mode, "Missions," which consists only of combat, is entirely a waste of time. the campaign mode, the only real mode, features an auto-resolve button that should be used unless you're confident of overwhelming superiority or have put in the time to figure out how to abuse the system.

Not fun and not worth it, even on sale.
Verfasst: 11. Oktober
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
19.9 Std. insgesamt
Ach ja, Agression:Europe Under Fire...
Das Spiel lässt mich mich selbst fragen ob ich nicht schizophren bin. Auf der einen Seite sitze ich stundenlang davor, auf der anderen Seite bin ich mehrmals kurz davor anständig auszurasten.

War kurz davor. Irgendwann mal. Egal, ich hatte eh vor mir eine neue Maus zu kaufen. Und einen neuen Bildschirm.

Das Spiel hat viel was ich mir von großen Spielen ,wie der Total War-Reihe beispielsweise, wünschen würde, zu nennen wäre hier die schöne Aufteilung der Länder in viele kleine Provinzen (zum Vergleich: In Empire: Total War besteht Frankreich aus ganzen zwei Provinzen, nämlich Elsaß-Lothringen und, naja, Frankreich!!)
Auch kann man viele verschiedene historsche Personen als Helden/Minister rekrutieren, die Bandbreite reicht von Enstein über Guderian bis hin zu Mussolini. Jeder dieser "Helden" hat eine andere politische Gesinnung, Einstein ist ein Demkorat,
Hindenburg ein Monarchist und Mussolini, naja, der ist halt Mussolini.
Andererseits hat das Spiel nicht umsonst meine Maus und meinen Bildschirm auf dem Gewissen:
Um ein Beispiel zu nennen: Ihr wollt Einheit 1 von Punkt A nach Punkt B schicken. Easy oder? Kann jeder Zombie mit zehn Fingern? Ha-Ha. Wenn es mal so wäre. Ihr markiert Einheit 1 rechtslickt auf die Stelle wo sie hin soll und tadaa:
Das Fähnchen wo die Einheit hingeht ist einfach mal fünf ingame Meter von dem Platz entfernt auf den ihr geklickt habt.
"Fünf Meter? Ist das alles?" , mag man sich jetzt fragen. Nein, keine Sorge, es ist nicht gesagt das die Einheit sich auch dahin bewegt wo nun dieses niedliche kleine Fähnchen weht! Teilweise stellen sich die Einheiten noch etwas davon entfernt auf (manchmal sogar auf den Platz auf den ihr ursprünglich geklickt habt !) , und nicht zu selten bleiben sie einfach stehen.
Das ist dann besonders erfreulich wenn ihr einen Sturmangriff führt oder die Karre sprichwörtlich aus dem Dreck, in Form des feindlichen Feuers, ziehen wollt. Und nein, es gibt keinen "Motorschaden" in diesem Spiel. Aber was soll schon ein Haufen Infanteristen gegen einen A7V Panzer ausrichten, der immerhin 6 MG und eine Kanone hat? Geballte Ladungen werfen? Na gut, aber wieviele haben sie davon schon? Ach, soviele sie wollen? Aber gut, dafür hat euer Panzer ja seine Bewaffnung die er abfeuern kann.

Könnte.

Wenn er Lust dazu hat.

Hätte.

Ernsthaft: Viel zu oft hab ich mich gefragt was die 20-köpfige Besatzung in diesem Stahlgiganten treibt! Karten spielen??? Ahhhh....Das sind die am zweitfrustrierensten Momente.
"Nur die zweitfrustrierendsten?? Geht es noch schlimmer??"

Oh ja.

Das Spiel folgt den echten historischen Abläufen (ausser Kriegserklärungen und Politikwechsel, das bleibt dem Spieler überlassen), so kommt beispielsweise irgendwann die Wirtschaftskrise oder um 1918 rum meuternde Soldaten in Berlin, egal ob man Krieg führt oder nicht. Na gut, wir haben ja alle im Geschichtsunterricht in der Schule aufgepasst und können uns somit auf alles vorbereiten.

Könnten.

Wären da nicht zwei schöne Tasten, welche die Zeit schneller und noch schneller ablaufen lassen könnten.
Mir passierte also folgendes: Ich spielte als Deutschland, als Monarchie, alle waren glücklich, ich brauchte Ressourcen, von denen es im Spiel nur zwei gibt, nämlich Industrie und Wissenschaft, und was mach ich? betätige jene "sehr schnell"-Taste.

Ich Trottel.

Nun kamen ohne Unterlass Ingame-Nachrichten wie "möchten sie ein Bündnis mit x, dann haben sie aber Krieg mit v,w,y,z?"
(Nein natürlich nicht!!) "in Stadt A wurden Truppen ausgeblidet" (schön, jetzt hab ich auch erstmal genug Ressourcen, drücken wir wieder auf "normale Zeit"). dummerweise wurden nicht nur in Stadt A Truppen ausgebildet sondern in gefühlten 70 anderen, und währenddessen die Nachrichten kommen, hält die Zeit zwar an, man kann allerdings nicht ihre Geschwindigkeit ändern, so das zwischen jeder neuen Nachricht die man wegklickt ein Tag vergeht.
Nur was war das Problem? Ich hatte das Jahr 1923. Und Plötzlich meinte "jemand" in München putschen zu müssen.
Das Ende vom Lied: ich schaffte es nicht die Putschisten innerhalb der gesetzten Frist zu besigen, mein politisches System änderte sich zu "Faschismus" meine Kaiser Wilhelm Figur war plötzlich weg, dafür bekam ich aber eine neue mit dem schönen Namen "Der Tyrann". Nicht das worauf ich unbedingt scharf war.

Des weiteren ist das Spiel natürlich schon etwas älter. Wer Wert auf "Zeitgemäße Grafik" (Grafiksnobs) legt, (was meiner Meinung nach zweitrangig ist, aber ok) wird hier nicht fündig.
Die Landkarte umfasst nur Europa , ein Stück des nahen Ostens und Nordafrika.
Es gibt KEINE Seeschlachten (wie kann man sowas vergessen...?) und das Diplomatiesystem beschränkt sich auf "Frieden, Krieg, Allianz, Handelsabkommen".Uga!

Aber warum empfehle ich das Spiel dennoch?
Zum einen mag ich die historischen Ereignisse die auftauchen (naja, fast alle...), zum anderen den Aufbau der Forschung.
Der Hauptaspekt aber ist, das ich ein Spiel welches zu dieser Zeit spielt ewig lange gesucht und nun etwas bekommen habe, das zwar nicht perfekt ist, aber doch, (trotz seines Alters) für Kurzweil sorgen kann. Wenn es im Angebot ist kann man ruhig mal zuschlagen, ich hab´s für 2,49 bekommen und hatte damit bisher mehr Spass als mit 2 1/2 Curryburgern von Mäces (bei denen ich mir immer genappt vorgkomme und denke ich hätte zuviel gezahlt, aber das ist ein anderes Thema, vielleicht sollte ich dazu mal ein Review schreiben...)
9,99 Euro würd ich persönlich dafür aber nicht bezahlen.
So, ich bin dann mal los mir eine neue Maus und einen farblich dazu passenden Bildschirm zu kaufen ;-)
Verfasst: 17. Juli
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.5 Std. insgesamt
i actually like this game, because the gameplay reminds me of war leaders: clash of nations but with older era and only cover europe instead of whole world, but i still like it! the thing i like the most maybe the name of the cabinet men, all realistic name and unknown to me is there, tho they must be connected to WW1 events.
Verfasst: 25. Juli
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3 von 6 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
32.1 Std. insgesamt
Frequent crashes in the middle of long battles. No thanks.
Verfasst: 27. August
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1 von 7 Personen (14%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Lousy. The RTS Tactical battles feel like it was programmed in the 1980s. Poor Camera Control, Poor animations, LAUGHABLE quality. The main map portion of the game is not intuitive and you stare at it wondering what to even do. The random missions dont give you enough time to even complete them. for example "research X within 3 weeks them build y number of Z within the same time period" turns out to have a research requirement of 19 weeks.

this was a total waste of $5.99 fo rme and a total waste of the programmer's time to make this POS.
Verfasst: 21. Juni
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1 von 13 Personen (8%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.4 Std. insgesamt
sadly this is crap
Verfasst: 26. Mai
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25.3 Std. insgesamt
Good game at a fair price. A mixture of simply Total War and Hearts of Iron or other Paradox games. Same as Aggression Reign over Europe. Good compatible with Windows 7, or 8! The game likes or dislikes. The game like it better if you understand it (that needs a few hours for testing and reading descriptions). Before that, one is skeptical. The battles are graphically ok and the strategy map is well done. Details are well implemented. Who puts on best graphics is wrong here but I think it is good enough for a strategic game.

+ Many historically correct generals, leaders and agents can be recruited.
+ Many various units, enough buildings and research.
+ Time period WWI and WW2 with open end.
+ Real time on the strategy map and battle with the option to stop for commands.
+ Tactical battle unit language are national specific. German units speek german (good for me :-D), french speek french, british speek english...
+ Alliances or trade agreements are respected and you get inquire from other countries and allies.
+ Historical events, random events and tasks affect the relationships, own/enemy country and the resources (for example assassinate, helping hand with army, resources or agents).
+ One can specialize the characters or mix skills for an all-round talent.
+ Units and charakters gain experience and increase in level traits with role-playing elements.
+ Leaders, generals, ministers, spy, humanitarian, scientiest are available and look different.
+ Leaders, generals can build fortifications on strategy map and per trait on battle.
+ Strategic fortifications bring reinforcements and artillery support in battle.
+ Maximum squad size per general are 50 and +50 reinforcements by fortifications on strategy map.
+ Each agent can cause permanent or temporary abilities against the enemy or own country/agents.
+ TW + HOI elements are well combined (strategy map, movements, battle, research, resources).
+ Victory points can be captured in battle especially one for rewards. The rewards are military (for the ongoing battle) or economically (resources strategy map).
+ The battle destruction affects the later economy of the country (strategy map).
+ Bloody dead bodys and destroyed vehicles remain on the battle ground for some time.
+ Some think the battle pathfinding is bad, but this is only half true (the units move realistically when you consider the environment especially hills and buildings) and the environment affects the units.
+ Some think a few units do not fire, but this is also half true (the units fire realistically when you consider the side+front or turn weapons especially tanks).
+/- Some think the KI only recruit infantry and run into players fire, but this is only half true (later in game when available the KI recruit arty, fighters and mechanic units and infantry do also hidden in buildings from beginning). Of course it looks like stupid in some battles but the other side is that the KI also become rewards for captured the special victory point and win the battle when captured all.
+/- A rare dont`t fire bug can be solved if you just press Ctrg for specify the target.
+/- A sound bug with armored car (machine gun sound depends) can be solved if you just change the position on the minimap and then go back.
+ Buildings, environment and units are destroyed physically correct.
+/- Bad tutorial but manual is well explained via downloadable pdf file.
+/- Little diplomacy but the most important is present. You can do much diplomatically and other things with spies and agents.
+ Automatic battles and automatic construction (some think the automatic battles are not balanced but you must use the best units via situation for example field battle, city, fortication.
+ Additional: you can change the GameParams.xml (hard drive / Program Files (x86) / Steam apps / common / aggression / data / XMLFiles / GameParams.xml). But before that please make backup file. You can change everything. For example PlayersCampaignDefault, Units, Agents, DifficultyCoef, RelationsCampaignDefault, CampaignStartingConditionsCities.
- In the tactical battle it crashes sometimes (problem adico.exe), but thats also known by other strategic games and not new. Use autosave before battle.
- In the tactical battle it crashes often when units walking over bridges (problem adico.exe). Try other bridges or better use no bridges and go over land terrain or passable water zones. Many tactical maps have this possibilities. Few tactical maps have only bridges and if you have adico.exe crash then you can only conquered with autobattle.

I say buy it....
Verfasst: 8. Juli
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0.4 Std. insgesamt
Habe deutlich mehr erwartet. Es spielt sich leider wie ein Rollenspiel mit Strategiecharakter. Wer Spiele wie Civ, Rise of Nations, Strategic Command oder Hearts of Iron liebt, kann hiervon nur enttäuscht sein.
Verfasst: 7. September
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33 von 39 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.4 Std. insgesamt
while i don't have much time on the game yet, it has been one of the best RTSs i have ever played, it has a unique mix of Paradox's Real Time overworld map and the RTS elements of the battles, of course there are a few bugs of course, but no more than any large scale game like this. The lack of Navel combat is kind of annoying, but they make up for it with a large roster of ground units, everything from pre-World War I infantry to post- World War II fighters. i highly reccomend this game with a 9.5/10. I wonder how this game slipped under my radar
Verfasst: 10. April
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27 von 34 Personen (79%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14.1 Std. insgesamt
Agression Europe under fire makse for a very fun and interesting game overall. IT has a complex yet fairly easy to use Nation management system and this is what makes up the bulk of the gameplay. There is also a decently basic RTS styled fighting system where you can watch buildings blow up in graphical detail and lead your tanks and infantry to vicotry! This is an interesting feature beacuse it easily breaches the gap for gamers who cant play Risk styled map games without a little bit of breakup with action, Like myself/

This game takes place in a period of history very rarely displayed in video games and i think this is will the core audience will come from. it goes from 1910 to 1950 yes thats right you can be france in ww1 and ww2!!! omg ft 17 renaults and Schneider tanks and sweet sweet interwar period vehicles.


In conclusion you will feel like the master of your nation during one of its most interesting periods of history. History buffs will love it tread heads will aprechaite it and strategy gamers will add it to there collction. Lead your nation to glory through ww1 and ww2 for $9.99
Verfasst: 9. April
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15 von 18 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14.8 Std. insgesamt
The game in strategic view is good and research too but in tactical battle pathfinding is like catastrophic some guys in a squad cannot reach destination and the autoresolve kill a lot of your unit so i recommand to go through tactical battle even if it's bad.
Verfasst: 11. April
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11 von 13 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.1 Std. insgesamt
Pros:
Wide variety of units to use.
Explosions feel and look good. (In other words, it doesn't look like a fire cracker went off when a artillery shell hits a surface.)
Pretty good destruction Physics.
Covers both World War One and Two Warfare, so it caters to both interests. (Refreshing concept I have to say.)
Detailed animations on units.

Cons:
Limited soundtrack. (It's good but needs more variety.)
Some bugs, typos, etc. (But nothing really new from what I see in other big games like this.)
Occasional wonky AI. (Although that isn't really a new problem in the Strategy genre.)
Tutorial covers only one portion of the game. (The battling portion of the game isn't too hard to understand. But it would be nice to have an explanation on what to do.)

Overall, despite the flaws Aggression has, it is still a fun RTS to play. Theres a huge amount of content in this game, so for ten bucks you can't really go wrong.






Verfasst: 17. April
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10 von 18 Personen (56%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.5 Std. insgesamt
what is the game about?
you play as one of 4 countries (russia, france, germany, britain) in europe between 1910-1945. You play on a strategic map, where you can build units and buildings, manage your cities and population and explore technologies, which range from the first to the end of the second world war.
Except for the strategic map, there is also a tactical battlefield, in which you battle your enemy in real time, whenever you encounter an enemy army or city. it is like a (simple) total war game. there is also a littlebit of roleplaying too, for there are some important characters, with different abilities and professions, which you can send over the map and improve their skills/choose new ones.

+: old, but nice and very detailed grafic,
nice atmosphere (f.e. animals that roam through the map;)
good effects, like bombing explosions and crushing buldings;
good strategic map/part
wide verarity of units
the first world war is a refreshing experience, also to see a game which combines the first and the second world war.

-: very annoying tactical part/rts battles:
very bad pathfinding, no formations, if you select more than one unit (even if they all are of the same type) you cant use any of the special order buttons; the game sometimes doesnt seem to recognize your orders/mouseclicks from time to time; it might happend that you suffer an unexpected fps drop; there is a bug in which your units sometimes cant leave buildings anymore; it happend to me that my infantry suddenly couldnt jump over fences anymore (4 of my squads where trapped in a garden, thanks of this -_-), the battle AI is quiet stupid, it will seperate its army and sending troops to every single flag/conquere area and than doing nothing but standing arround;
also: boring and old soundtrack
bad tutorial (it only explains the strategic map part, nothing about the tactical battles, where you have to learn on your own some very important key functions, like different units, special orders, ammunition, etc.)
no multiplayer
only limited singleplayer = only main campaign and 5 scenarios; no editor, no skirmish battles; you cant modify the scenarios or campaign in any way. (f.e. you cant choose a different start date, etc)
very limited diplomacy = war/neutral/allied, and a tradeagreement
you can only play russia, france, england and germany, althought there are spain, austria, italy and the ottman empire as mayor powers, you are not allowed to play them.


fazit:
while the strategic part of the game is really enjoyable, the tactical part is quiet annoying, with all its bugs and the stupid AI. althought i like the idea, and the love for detail, i cant recommend this game.
also, since this is allready a pretty old game and i didnt find any patch, it is unlikely that there will be one in the future.
Verfasst: 12. April
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15 von 28 Personen (54%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.3 Std. insgesamt
Ok, really wanted to like this game, love the concept. On the strategic map its not to bad, but once you go tactical the game is really hampered by the horrible pathfinding and the constant crashes. So unless you want to autosolve all the battles, this one may not be for you
Verfasst: 10. April
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