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Oct 13, 2010
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - email@example.com (Jim Rossignol)
It’s time to own Men Of War. I’ve banged on and on about this for years. I am certain> that there are thousands of you who would get a massive kick out of this game who haven’t touched it yet. Hell, Kieron and Quinns haven’t played it yet, largely on the basis that it’s a World War II game. That shouldn’t stop anyone. Men Of War is a brilliant, dynamic, inventive, compelling, challenging, intelligent RTS with a thousand features hidden under its hat (which can be shot off, and then picked up and put back on your head). The voice acting is terrible>, the tank battles are scintillating. It’s now £3.24 on Steam. The slightly less entertaining sequel is bundled with it for £7.49.
Really, just get it, play it. This is worth it for the second level of the original game alone.