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Aug 13, 2012
Wargame: European Escalation, released on PC earlier this year, was great. Developed by the team behind RUSE, and very much in the spirit of the just-as-excellent World in Conflict, W:EE took us back to the Cold War with a gorgeous, intimate look at fictional tussle between NATO and the Soviet Bloc.
Next year, it'll be getting a sequel, called...Wargame: AirLand Battle. I know, I know. They're European, let's give 'em a break. Adding new factions and new units - with an emphasis on aircraft, with 150 new planes in the sky - it shifts the focus of the war away from Germany and towards Scandinavia.
It'll be out on PC sometime in 2013.