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  • Summary: From famed Designer Captain Patrick Proctor ("BCT Commander")comes his much anticipated second offering ATF: Armored Task Force. This new offering models practically everything - right down to individual vehicles (including chasis and turret facing), civilians, weather, smoke and much, much,From famed Designer Captain Patrick Proctor ("BCT Commander")comes his much anticipated second offering ATF: Armored Task Force. This new offering models practically everything - right down to individual vehicles (including chasis and turret facing), civilians, weather, smoke and much, much, more. Did we forget to mention the AI is even more potent than in BCT Commander, both friendly and enemy. Oh, and the maps are not hexes, but continuous terrain features including trees, buildings, and roads in 3D representaions. This is a must have for those interested in real army tactics and strategies. [Shrapnel Games] Expand
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  1. As accessible and deep as a serious military simulation can get. If you want to taste command in modern war, this is your game. [Mar 2003, p.95]
  2. A military planning simulation, not a game. The fact that it's being marketed as one says a lot about what our society is doing with its leisure time. [Mar 2003, p.89]
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  1. DonD.
    Apr 21, 2003
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    No bells or whistles but a throwback to the computer wargames of the mid eighties. The interface is somewhat cumbersome but a good No bells or whistles but a throwback to the computer wargames of the mid eighties. The interface is somewhat cumbersome but a good "simulation" for die hards. I'm enjoing it ! Collapse